With UFC on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, MMA Junkie takes a look at the 10 winningest fighters in the history of the organization. Of note, all fighters included in this column fight at light heavyweight or below and have promotional debuts ranging from September 1999 to February 2011.

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10. Stuck on 17

Six fighters are tied at the 17-win mark inside the octagon: Former heavyweight champ Andrei Arlovski, former lightweight champ Frankie Edgar, former featherweight champ Max Holloway, former interim lightweight champ Dustin Poirier, former middleweight champ Anderson Silva and lightweight contender Charles Oliveira.

Age: 35

Debut: UFC 91 on Nov. 15, 2008

Number of fights: 29

Number of wins: 18

Dos Anjos was in the UFC nearly seven years before he finally captured the lightweight title. Since losing the belt, he’s spent his years in the welterweight division, adding more to his win total. He’s had some tough results of late but is still exclusively fighting top-tier competition.

Age: 46

Debut: UFC 22 on Sept. 24, 1999

Number of fights: 25

Number of wins: 18

Once considered the greatest welterweight in MMA history, Hughes debuted in the UFC nearly six years before anyone else on the list. The former welterweight champ still holds a top-10 spot, though, due to his dominant run in the 170-pound division though the mid-2000s.