Kenneth Alan Florian is a retired Peruvian-American mixed martial artist who formerly competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Florian currently serves as a UFC on Fox Analyst and Color commentator for UFC Fight Night. Florian has a background in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai, he is known for his cerebral approach to the sport based on his meticulous game plans and well-articulated fight analysis. Florian is recognized for his tendency to finish his opponents, having earned stoppages in twelve of his fourteen career victories. He also is the only fighter in history to compete in four different weight divisions in the UFC. Florian defeated Chris Leben on the inaugural season of The Ultimate Fighter reality show, but succumbed in the finale against Diego Sanchez. He has competed for the UFC Lightweight Championship and the UFC Featherweight Championship, but came up short against Sean Sherk, B.J. Penn, and Jose Aldo respectively. Acknowledged as one of the elite competitors during his tenures in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Florian is considered as one of the greatest all-time mixed martial artists to never win a UFC Championship.