MMA Pound for Pound Rankings

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#   FighterLast 3 FightsNext Fight
01Conor McGregor
21-3 (9-1 UFC)
W-Eddie Alvarez (TKO)
W-Nate Diaz (DEC)
L-Nate Diaz (SUB)
02Demetrious Johnson
26-2-1 (13-1-1 UFC)
W-Wilson Reis (SUB)
W-Tim Elliott (DEC)
W-Henry Cejudo (TKO)
Ray Borg
09/09/2017
03Daniel Cormier
19-1 (8-1 UFC)
W-Anthony Johnson (SUB)
W-Anderson Silva (DEC)
W-Alexander Gustafsson (DEC)
Jon Jones
07/29/2017
04Stipe Miocic
17-2 (11-2 UFC)
W-Junior dos Santos (TKO)
W-Alistair Overeem (KO)
W-Fabricio Werdum (KO)
05Max Holloway
18-3 (14-3 UFC)
W-Jose Aldo (TKO)
W-Anthony Pettis (TKO)
W-Ricardo Lamas (DEC)
06Joanna Jedrzejczyk
14-0 (8-0 UFC)
W-Jessica Andrade (DEC)
W-Karolina Kowalkiewicz (DEC)
W-Claudia Gadelha (DEC)
07Tyron Woodley
17-3-1 (7-2-1 UFC)
W-Stephen Thompson (DEC)
D-Stephen Thompson (DEC)
W-Robbie Lawler (KO)
Demian Maia
07/29/2017
08Cody Garbrandt
11-0 (6-0 UFC)
W-Dominick Cruz (DEC)
W-Takeya Mizugaki (TKO)
W-Thomas Almeida (KO)
09Amanda Nunes
14-4 (7-1 UFC)
W-Ronda Rousey (TKO)
W-Miesha Tate (SUB)
W-Valentina Shevchenko (DEC)
Valentina Shevchenko
09/09/2017
10Cristiane Justino
17-1 (2-0 UFC)
W-Lina Lansberg (TKO)
W-Leslie Smith (TKO)
W-Daria Ibragimova (KO)
Tonya Evinger
07/29/2017
11Khabib Nurmagomedov
24-0 (8-0 UFC)
W-Michael Johnson (SUB)
W-Darrell Horcher (TKO)
W-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
12Dominick Cruz
22-2 (5-1 UFC)
L-Cody Garbrandt (DEC)
W-Urijah Faber (DEC)
W-T.J. Dillashaw (DEC)
13Jose Aldo
26-3 (8-2 UFC)
L-Max Holloway (TKO)
W-Frankie Edgar (DEC)
L-Conor McGregor (KO)
14Michael Bisping
30-7 (20-7 UFC)
W-Dan Henderson (DEC)
W-Luke Rockhold (KO)
W-Anderson Silva (DEC)
15Robert Whittaker
19-4 (10-2 UFC)
W-Yoel Romero (DEC)
W-Ronaldo Souza (TKO)
W-Derek Brunson (TKO)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months

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Jon Jones
22-1 (16-1 UFC)
W-Ovince St.Preux (DEC)
W-Daniel Cormier (DEC)
W-Glover Teixeira (DEC)
Daniel Cormier
07/29/2017
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  • Jonnie

    Jose Aldo should be 3rd, not Weidman.
    Aldo have defended his title many times and Weidman just conquered it recently.

    • D.C. Ross

      I definitely agree. The only reason I have Weidman ranked higher is because I don’t want to rank Anderson Silva any lower.

  • monty

    I think vitor is the p4p best non-champ but thats just my opninion, and why isnt ronda rousey top10? shes the champ yet non-champs are placed above her.

    • D.C. Ross

      Vitor is definitely working his way back up the P4P rankings. Rousey isn’t Top 10 because the ufc.com/rankings doesn’t rank here there. I am sure once she defends her title a couple more times, she will be Top 10.

  • Dave Barnes

    How can you have DC over Overeem?!? I have just lost all faith in your ranking system,

    • admin

      Overeem has a lot to prove still. Werdum was a solid test for Overeem, and though he did win, he struggled to let his hands go. DC just took out Josh Barnett and Antonio Silva. It’s close, but factoring in Overeem’s recent inactivity, DC gets the nod.