B.J. Penn (16-13-2 MMA, 12-12-2 UFC) will compete at UFC 237 pre-event and will be trying to break his six-fight losing streak. B. J. Penn did not emerge victorious in a fight since November of 2010.
Penn’s six-fight UFC losing streak is tied with three other fighters for the longest in company history. Penn’s seven-fight UFC winless streak is the longest in UFC history.
In his past 10 UFC appearances, Penn is 1-8-1 dating back to April 2010.
Penn won championships in two classes.The only other five fighters in UFC history to accomplish this feat are Amanda Nunes, Daniel Cormier, Georges St-Pierre, Conor McGregor, and Randy Couture.
Below are some stats courtesy of MMAJunkie :
Penn’s nine stoppage victories in UFC lightweight competition are tied for fourth most in divisional history behind Joe Lauzon (12), Jim Miller (11) and Donald Cerrone (10). Penn’s six knockout victories in UFC lightweight competition are tied for third most in divisional history behind Edson Barboza (seven) and Melvin Guillard (seven). Penn has been outlanded 753 to 315 in significant strikes during his past 10 fights. Penn lands 66.7 percent of his takedown attempts in UFC lightweight competition, the second best rate in divisional history behind Islam Makhachev (70.8 percent).