The UFC welterweight division has featured many dominant title runs, each lasting several years. What began with Pat Miletich was eventually handed to Matt Hughes. Then came the Georges St-Pierre era, the longest run of all. More recently, Tyron Woodley flirted with the status of welterweight GOAT. Transitional champs were sprinkled through the lineage, but those champions managed to keep their belts for years on end.
Now, as Kamaru Usman enters his third title defense already owning wins over most of the top 10 in the division, he could be on the verge of cementing his status on the welterweight equivalent of Mt. Rushmore.