Non-UFC Light Heavyweight Rankings

Divisions
Heavyweight (265) – Light Heavyweight (205) – Middleweight (185)Welterweight (170)Lightweight (155)Featherweight (145)Bantamweight (135)Flyweight (125)

#   FighterLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Ryan Bader
26-5 (Bellator)
W-Matt Mitrione (DEC)
W-Muhammed Lawal (TKO)
W-Linton Vassell (TKO)
Fedor Emelianenko
Bellator
01/26/2019
2Vadim Nedkov
10-2 (Bellator)
W-Phil Davis (DEC)
W-Liam McGeary (TKO)
W-Philipe Lins (KO)
3Phil Davis
19-5 (Bellator)
L-Vadim Nemkov (DEC)
W-Linton Vassell (KO)
W-Leonardo Leite (DEC)
4Linton Vassell
18-7 (Bellator)
L-Phil Davis (KO)
L-Ryan Bader (DEC)
W-Liam McGeary (SUB)
5Liam McGeary
13-3 (Bellator)
W-Muhammed Lawal (TKO)
L-Vadim Nemkov (TKO)
L-Linton Vassell (SUB)
6Tomasz Narkun
16-2 (KSW)
W-Mamed Khalidov (DEC)
W-Mamed Khalidov (SUB)
W-Marcin Wojcik (SUB)
7Muhammed Lawal
21-8 (Bellator)
L-Liam McGeary (TKO)
L-Ryan Bader (TKO)
W-Quinton Jackson (DEC)
8Jiri Prochazka
22-3-1 (Rizin)
W-Jake Heun (TKO)
W-Bruno Cappelozza (KO)
W-Karl Albrektsson (TKO)
9Karol Celinski
16-6-1 (KSW)
W-Luke Barnatt (DEC)
W-Maxim Futin (DEC)
W-Vinny Magalhaes (DEC)
10Vinny Magalhaes
18-9 (PFL)
W-Bozigit Ataev (SUB)
W-Rakim Cleveland (SUB)
W-Brandon Halsey (TKO)
Sean O'Connell
PFL
12/31/2018
Non-UFC Rankings FAQ    
Non-UFC Rankings are comprised of all fighters competing outside the UFC. Fighters featured are from any regional promotion such as Bellator, One FC, KSW, Cage Warriors, Jungle Fights, Legacy Fighting Alliance, Ring of Combat, Shooto, Road FC, Pancrase, PFL, Titan FC, etc. These rankings are sometimes referred to as "Global Rankings" or "Free Agent Rankings."

So, how do we compile our rankings? What separates us from other web sites that formulate rankings?

Here is our rankings criteria:
- Most recent performance
- Performance against top competition
- Estimated ability against future competition
- Strength of competition
- Activity in the last 3 years
- Last 5 fights

There are many fighters sporting undefeated records from developing fight scenes, especially abroad. Something we take into consideration is the strength of competition they have faced. If a fighter has compiled a bunch of wins against competition that is lackluster they will likely have a difficult time moving up in the rankings until they face stiffer competition in order for us to accurately predict how they would perform against exceedingly tougher competition.

If a fighter has fought elite competition and fallen short, we factor in how they performed. If a fighter fairs well against a higher-ranked adversary, they could still move up in the rankings.

Actual fight footage is reviewed, regardless of promotion in order to formulate these rankings.

= Fighter moves up in the rankings after recent fight
= Fighter moves down in the rankings after recent fight

Reasons a fighter is ineligible for Non-UFC Rankings (* = Not Ranked)
= Inactivity over 15 months
= Changing weight classes. A fighter must debut in their new weight class in order to officially be ranked there. Upon their debut, they will be removed from their former weight class. If the fighter temporarily competed outside of their division, they will be ranked in their primary division of choice.
= Suspension. Should a fighter be suspended for performance enhancing substances or fighter conduct, they will be removed from the rankings.
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