UFC Heavyweight Rankings

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

Women’s Divisions
Women’s Featherweight (145)Women’s Bantamweight (135)Women’s Flyweight (125) –  Women’s Strawweight (115)

   FighterOVRUFCLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Stipe Miocic19-313-3W-Daniel Cormier (TKO)
L-Daniel Cormier (KO)
W-Francis Ngannou (DEC)
2Daniel Cormier22-211-2L-Stipe Miocic (TKO)
W-Derrick Lewis (SUB)
W-Stipe Miocic (KO)
3Francis Ngannou14-39-2W-Junior dos Santos (TKO)
W-Cain Velasquez (KO)
W-Curtis Blaydes (TKO)
Jairzinho Rozenstruik
4Curtis Blaydes13-28-2W-Junior dos Santos (TKO)
W-Shamil Abdurakhimov (TKO)
W-Justin Willis (DEC)
Alexander Volkov
5Jairzinho Rozenstruik10-04-0W-Alistair Overeem (KO)
W-Andrei Arlovski (KO)
W-Allen Crowder (KO)
Francis Ngannou
6Alistair Overeem45-1810-7L-Jairzinho Rozenstruik (KO)
W-Alexey Oliynyk (TKO)
W-Sergey Pavlovich (TKO)
Walt Harris
7Junior dos Santos21-715-6L-Curtis Blaydes (TKO)
L-Francis Ngannou (TKO)
W-Derrick Lewis (TKO)
8Derrick Lewis23-714-5W-Ilir Latifi(DEC)
W-Blagoi Ivanov (DEC)
L-Junior dos Santos (TKO)
9Alexander Volkov31-75-1W-Greg Hardy (DEC)
L-Derrick Lewis (KO)
W-Fabricio Werdum (KO)
Curtis Blaydes
10Blagoi Ivanov18-32-2L-Derrick Lewis (DEC)
W-Tai Tuivasa (DEC)
W-Ben Rothwell (DEC)
Augusto Sakai
11Shamil Abdurakhimov20-55-3L-Curtis Blaydes (TKO)
W-Marcin Tybura (TKO)
W-Andrei Arlovski (DEC)
12Walt Harris14-77-6W-Alexey Oliynyk (KO)
W-Sergey Spivak (TKO)
W-Andrei Arlovski (DEC)
Alistair Overeem
13Alexey Oliynyk58-13-17-4W-Maurice Greene (SUB)
L-Walt Harris (KO)
L-Alistair Overeem (TKO)
Fabricio Werdum
14Augusto Sakai13-1-13-0W-Marcin Tybura (KO)
W-Andrei Arlovski (DEC)
W-Chase Sherman (TKO)
Blagoi Ivanov
15Marcin Tybura18-65-5W-Sergey Spivak (DEC)
L-Augusto Sakai (KO)
L-Shamil Abdurakhimov (TKO)
16Sergey Spivak10-21-2L-Marcin Tybura (DEC)
W-Tai Tuivasa (SUB)
L-Walt Harris (TKO)
Carlos Felipe
17Tai Tuivasa8-33-3L-Sergey Spivak (SUB)
L-Blagoi Ivanov (DEC)
L-Junior dos Santos (TKO)
Jarjis Danho
18Andrei Arlovski28-2017-14L-Jairzinho Rozenstruik (KO)
W-Ben Rothwell (DEC)
L-Augusto Sakai (DEC)
Philipe Lins
19Ben Rothwell37-127-6W-Stefan Struve (TKO)
L-Andrei Arlovski (DEC)
L-Blagoi Ivanov (DEC)
Gian Villante
20Ciryl Gane6-03-0W-Tanner Boser (DEC)
WDon'Tale Mayes (SUB)
W-Raphael Pessoa (SUB)
21Ilir Latifi14-87-6L-Derrick Lewis (DEC)
L-Volkan Oezdemir (KO)
L-Corey Anderson (DEC)
22Sergey Pavlovich14-12-1W-Maurice Greene (TKO)
W-Marcelo Golm (KO)
L-Alistair Overeem TKO)
23Stefan Struve29-1213-10L-Ben Rothwell (TKO)
W-Marcos Lima (SUB)
L-Marcin Tybura (DEC)
24Marcos Lima17-6-16-4W-Ben Sosoli (TKO)
L-Stefan Struve (SUB)
W-Adam Wieczorek (DEC)
25Todd Duffee9-33-2NC-Jeff Hughes (NC)
L-Frank Mir (KO)
W-Anthony Hamilton (KO)
26Maurice Greene8-43-2L-Alexey Oliynyk (SUB)
L-Sergey Pavlovich (TKO)
W-Junior Albini (TKO)
27Greg Hardy5-22-2L-Alexander Volkov (DEC)
NC-Ben Sosoli (NC)
W-Juan Adams (TKO)
Yorgan De Castro
28Raphael Pessoa10-11-1W-Jeff Hughes (DEC)
L-Ciryl Gane (SUB)
W-Brian Heden (TKO)
Alexander Romanov
29Tanner Boser17-6-11-1L-Ciryl Gane (DEC)
W-Daniel Spitz (DEC)
W-Jared Kilkenny (TKO)
Jeff Hughes
30Jeff Hughes10-30-2L-Raphael Pessoa (DEC)
NC-Todd Duffee (NC)
L-Maurice Greene (DEC)
Tanner Boser
31Don'Tale Mayes6-30-1L-Ciryl Gane (SUB)
W-Ricardo Prasel (TKO)
W-Mitchell Sipe (TKO)
Rodrigo Nascimento
32Yorgan De Castro6-01-0W-Justin Tafa (KO)
W-Sanford Meeks (TKO)
W-Carlton Little (DEC)
Greg Hardy
33Justin Tafa4-11-1W-Juan Adams (TKO)
L-Yorgan De Castro (KO)
W-David Taumoepeau (TKO)
34Ben Sosoli7-30-1L-Marcos Lima (SUB)
NC-Greg Hardy (NC)
NC-Dustin Joynson (NC)
35Chris de la Rocha5-31-3L-Juan Adams (TKO)
W-Rashad Coulter (TKO)
L-Adam Milstead (TKO)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months
* Moving Divisions
* Yet to debut
Fabricio Werdum23-8-111-5L-Alexander Volkov (KO)
W-Marcin Tybura (DEC)
W-Walt Harris (SUB)
Alexey Oliynyk
Mark Hunt13-14-18-8-1L-Justin Willis (DEC)
L-Alexey Oliynyk (SUB)
L-Curtis Blaydes (DEC)
Travis Browne18-7-19-7-1L-Alexey Oliynyk (SUB)
L-Derrick Lewis (KO)
L-Fabricio Werdum (DEC)
Philipe Lins14-30-0W-Josh Copeland (TKO)
W-Jared Rosholt (TKO)
W-Caio Alencar (SUB)
Andrei Arlovski
Dmitriy Sosnovskiy11-01-0W-Mark Godbeer (SUB)
W-Oleg Gapchenko (TKO)
W-Ivo Cuk (TKO)
Juan Espino9-11-0W-Justin Frazier (SUB)
W-Maurice Greene (SUB)
W-Ben Sosoli (DEC)
Adam Wieczorek10-22-1L-Marcos Lima (DEC)
W-Arjan Bhullar (SUB)
W-Anthony Hamilton (DEC)
Jarjis Danho6-1-10-1-1D-Christian Colombo (DEC)
L-Daniel Omielanczuk (DEC)
W-Stefan Traunmueller (TKO)
Tai Tuivasa
Carlos Felipe8-00-0W-Francisco Bezerra (TKO)
W-Paulo Almeida (TKO)
W-Wagner Maia (DEC)
Sergey Spivak
Alexander Romanov11-00-0W-Sergio Freitas (SUB)
W-Sultan Murtazaliev (TKO)
W-Virgil Zwicker (SUB)
Raphael Pessoa
Chi Lewis-Parry7-0-10-0W-Ibrahim Elsawi (TKO)
D-Lukasz Parobiec (DEC)
NC-Stav Economou (NC)
Rodrigo Nascimento7-00-0W-Michal Martinek (SUB)
W-Everton dos Anjos (SUB)
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Don'Tale Mayes
Tom Aspinall7-20-0W-Michael Hamouda (TKO)
W-Sofiane Boukichou (TKO)
W-Kamil Bazelak (KO)
Jake Collier
Giacomo Lemos5-00-0W-Sang Soo Lee (TKO)
W-Eli Pinto (TKO)
W-Bruno Chaves (TKO)
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42 Comments on this post.
  • Tim
    1 March 2020 at 4:18 AM
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    Mark Hunt retiree 15 months ago

    • D.C. Ross
      3 March 2020 at 9:49 PM
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      Hi Tim, although his UFC contract expired, Hunt has never announced his retirement from MMA. I searched the last few months for any recent interviews from Hunt, and could not find anything claiming he is officially retired. Until his inactivity hits 15 months or a retirement announcement occurs, he will remain ranked. Thank you for your comment!

  • Bertrand Munki
    21 May 2019 at 9:26 PM
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    Francis Ngannou is NOT FRENCH. He is CAMEROONINAN.

  • Me
    23 February 2017 at 8:24 PM
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    Francis and Lewis should be switched, Andrei beat up Browne, and both lost against top tier opponents

  • Jake Nussbaum
    14 December 2016 at 9:48 AM
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    why are hughes gsp not in the all time wins list? is it only active fighters?

    • D.C. Ross
      15 December 2016 at 9:45 PM
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      You are correct, the list is only made up of active fighters. I am soon adding fighters not on the UFC’s active roster, so I will be able to create a historical and active list for a variety of statistics.

  • Ayy
    12 August 2016 at 4:27 AM
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    What up from the future
    Brock still top 10 lol

  • Kyle Hasib
    31 March 2016 at 2:45 AM
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    Man what the fuck happened to this division.

  • stu
    1 March 2016 at 3:15 PM
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    where’s shane carwin!?

    • Michael Stone
      1 March 2016 at 3:33 PM
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      That’s not a serious question, is it?
      He hasn’t fought since 2011 and isn’t currently on the UFC roster. The only hint that he isn’t done fighting was in a Facebook exchange with a fan who praised Carwin’s MMA career, and in reply Carwin asked “Are you saying it is over?”.
      Hardly confirmation of a comeback, and certainly not enough to be ranked here.

  • Migue
    4 November 2014 at 3:37 PM
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    The UFC signed Walt Harris to replace Daniel Omielaczuk and will fight Soa Palelei at UFC Fight Night 55 11-7-14

  • monty
    10 December 2013 at 5:15 AM
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    R.I.P. Shane del Rosario

    • D.C. Ross
      10 December 2013 at 6:47 PM
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      Sad day for the mixed martial arts world. Shane was one of the sport’s best ambassadors.

  • Sean
    28 July 2013 at 3:30 AM
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    even though big country clearly lost to miocic, it was through decision. nelsons style is to knock somebody in the jaw out cold, and stipe was aware of this and didnt come close and worked him with his speed and range strategically very clever and all but stipe still lost to struve while nelson destroyed the skyscraper. even though they say they are as good as their last fight I still think roy nelson is the more dangerous fighter, no dissrespect to stipe miocic because he bullied nelson just like dos santos did but it wasnt as convincing to me. just my opinion, basicly miocic should be placed above nelson he defeated him fair and square.

    • D.C. Ross
      28 July 2013 at 10:17 AM
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      Nelson is above Miocic because the ufc.com/rankings says he is. If it were my choice, Miocic would easily be ahead of Nelson based off their last fight.

      Just to reiterate, I use the UFC.com/rankings for my Top 10 and then we rank all the rest.

  • Joe
    13 June 2013 at 5:59 AM
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    I think the UFC kinda messed up with putting Roy Nelson above Frank Mir … Mir outclassed him when they fought and Roy has yet to beat anyone worthy of sending him above Mir … Mir may have a 2 fight losing streak but they’re to JDS and DC, and Roy’s 3 fight win streak is vs. two guys ranked under 15 (in a 22 ranked guys division) and a cut fighter. How does he rank above Mir?

    • D.C. Ross
      13 June 2013 at 9:04 AM
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      I agree with you. Nelson has never beaten a Top 10 guy, but thanks to a thin HW division and some recent losses to the guys ahead of him, it seems as if he may be overrated. A lot of people claim that Nelson was sick coming into the Mir fight, but that shouldn’t be an excuse for why Nelson should be ranked above Mir. Nelson is certainly a top talent, but I think is his ceiling is only so high when watching him face guys like JDS, Werdum, and Mir.

    17 January 2013 at 2:54 PM
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    Unfortunately Junior dos Santos gave his victory for Cain Velasquez for $ 400,000. He did contacts with Dana White before the fight. All the brazilians knows about that, except UFC and Dana White.
    But in the future he will get back his belt because obviously JDS is much better than VELASQUEZ.

    • RomAn Cantu
      5 April 2016 at 10:41 PM
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      Wtf r u talking about jds got a lucky punch on the first fight, and cain finished him in the next two confrontations, not decisions he literally whipped his ass, you obviously don’t know anything about mma.

      • Sam Smith
        10 April 2016 at 7:40 AM
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        Cain won via decision in the 2nd fight, then TKO’d JDS in the 5th round of the 3rd fight..

  • jayo
    12 January 2013 at 1:33 AM
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    love your site man REALLY DO!! and look no one is ever going to agree 100% with each other…the only thing i would say is that you have…. schaub at 13, and over stipe!! which i cant wrap my head around really cant! , and pat barry but maybe thats just cuz im a massive pat HD barry fan and think he should be up near top ten and def over b,schaub…. but stipe would honestly destroy schaub in my eyes….but rem what i said i love your site LOVE IT!! and you cant please everyone and i know that my friend 🙂

    • rankingmma
      12 January 2013 at 6:38 PM
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      Thanks for the props. I appreciate you coming to my site and commenting! I am always hoping for feedback of any kind.

      Schaub over Miocic and Barry is your biggest fault with the UFC HW rankings, and you know what I agree with you in a lot of ways. I think Schaub would probably lose to both guys. The reason Schaub is ranked above them are his wins over Cro Cop and Gonzaga. Miocic has never beaten anyone ranked higher than those guys. Barry’s KO win over Del Rosario was huge, but he’s just 2-3 in his last 5 fights. Schaub’s losses are to Nogueira (Top 10) and Rothwell, while Barry’s losses are to guys ranked lower (Lavar Johnson, Kongo). Maybe Joe Silva will book Barry against someone like Rothwell, Hunt, Schaub to boost him up the ranks.

      • jayo
        14 January 2013 at 12:43 AM
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        🙂 haha you know what man,YOU REALLY REALLY know your shit,i thought i was a massive mma fan,pardon the french,but fuck me..you really really do your home work and after reading your reply to me,the sec i read it i was like you know what your rite..and what an idea(i should write a letter to joe silva to have you working with him) cuz barry vs hunt or schaub is a deadly idea…love the site man,and iv looked over all the ranking sites this one is by FAR the best by far..but my only other peeve is with big nog at 5 i dont think he is that good any more,a win over herman is noting great and put him in with hunt or t browine i cant see him winning…but thanks for the feed back and hats off to you and all your hard work you dont get thank enough FACT!

        • rankingmma
          14 January 2013 at 10:28 AM
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          Thanks man, I make my fair share of mistakes too though. Just like this last weekend, I didn’t think Saffiedine had much of a chance against Marquardt, and what do you know it was complete domination for Saffiedine. It’s what makes this sport fun to watch.

  • dWd
    10 October 2012 at 12:29 AM
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    I don’t like Bigfoot at No.4,put him one spot above Browne,Browne was obviously hampered by that leg injury. after big losses to Cormier and Velasquez ,guys like Struve,Congo,Rothwell would all light him up and Hunt would make a right mess of him too.

    • admin
      10 October 2012 at 12:40 PM
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      I don’t like him at #4 either, but his wins over Fedor, Browne, Kyle, and Arlovski are hard to ignore. Silva’s losses to Cain and Cormier were extremely one-sided, yet those two fighters are arguably the top 3 fighters in the entire division. I don’t think Struve, Kongo, Rothwell, or Hunt would do much better against them. Kongo gave Cain a decent fight, but that was years.

      Kongo, Rothwell, and Hunt are in need of some quality wins. Hunt is closest right now, but I think most fans are aware of his limitations on the ground. If Rothwell is in shape as he was for the Schaub fight, he is dangerous. Kongo has looked flat ever since losing to Mir. Yes, he did knock out Barry, but that was quite the hail mary victory.

      The toughest thing was to put Silva above Mir. It’s Silva’s win over Fedor that is making the difference. There are not many fighters that can claim that right.

      What’s your HW Top 10 look like?

      • dWd
        10 October 2012 at 11:01 PM
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        I love fedor,one of the best ever,but he fought on too long,much like B.J.Penn he got by on natural ability without being super fit and age catches up with them quicker than say Dan Henderson or Randy Couture who extended their careers by being extremely fit. My rankings can be seen at http:****

      • dWd
        16 October 2012 at 12:58 AM
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        I think you have Hunt,Rothwell and Kongo in the right order but Schaub, Bigfoot,Browne and Struve should be below them,Browne only drew with Kongo and Schaub’ KO of Crocop put him in the top ten at the time so he could even slot in between Rothwell and Kongo.

        • admin
          16 October 2012 at 2:07 PM
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          Mark Hunt can throw down with any striker in the heavyweight division, but his ground game is still severely lacking. Look at what Sean McCorkle did to him. He has made some slight gains in his overall takedown defense and submission ability, but I still feel there is absolutely no way he wins against Bigfoot or Struve if the fight went to the floor.
          Kongo is falling off fast. You are correct that it was not too long ago that Kongo earned a draw of Browne, but recent back injuries have robbed him of his overall mobility and he just looks gunshy as of late.

          I still think you’re discounting Bigfoot’s ability as a high-level heavyweight. His top control is some of the best in the business.

          Over the last 3 years:
          Bigfoot’s wins = Fedor, Browne, Arlovski, Kyle
          Hunt’s wins = Kongo, Rothwell

          I realize Bigfoot’s one-sided losses likely merit most of his downgrading in your eyes, but that is exactly the point of why I am yet to be sold on Hunt.

          Hopefully, Hunt vs. Bigfoot is booked in the near future…

      • dWd
        17 October 2012 at 12:22 AM
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        I’m not saying Bigfoot will never be top 5,i just think from a pure ranking perspective he should go in 1 place ahead of the guy he beat,he can move up the rankings in time as he gets his wins like everybody else right.Same reason Werdum should be only one place ahead of Nelson.

        • admin
          17 October 2012 at 8:03 AM
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          I hear you. I also think Bigfoot is overrated at #4, but it’s mainly because Overeem, Cormier, and Barnett are not currently fighting in the UFC. Bring those guys in and Silva drops down to 7th. Imagine if Fedor was still active though, Silva would clearly still be ranked ahead of him. That is a factoring reason for why Bigfoot is ranked ahead of guys like Mir, Nelson, Struve, Hunt, etc.

  • dWd
    28 September 2012 at 2:21 AM
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    If Stipe Miocic’ run up the heavyweight rankings ends this weekend,could he make LHW?

    • admin
      28 September 2012 at 10:11 AM
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      I don’t think he could make 205, but he sure would make a welcome addition to the light heavyweight division that is hungry for new title challengers.

      Who knows though, Miocic used to wrestle at 197 lbs. in college. He seems to have packed on some muscle over the years, but if Daniel cormier is willing to make the cut to 205, I’m not sure why Stipe wouldn’t consider it should he run into some trouble at heavyweight.

  • dWd
    11 September 2012 at 9:46 PM
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    werdum above big country but still below big nog,imo. and do you really have to remove fighters who are suspended we all know overeem is No.3 and he embarassed werdum not long ago,not even close.

  • admin
    20 August 2012 at 9:39 PM
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    He was released following his loss to Mike Russow.

  • admin
    20 August 2012 at 9:38 PM
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    Carwin dominated Frank Mir in their head-to-head matchup. Mir has put together a solid win streak since the loss, but he will still need to prove himself against a Top 5 fighter to move ahead of Carwin.

    17 August 2012 at 9:14 PM
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    Friends, Junior dos Santos will be in first place for long, long, long, long, long, TIME !

  • Omadus
    20 April 2012 at 8:59 AM
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    Perfect ranking just where it is today Daniel cormier should be top ten though

    • admin
      20 August 2012 at 9:37 PM
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      These are UFC-only rankings. Cormier is currently #1 in the MMA World Rankings.

    • MonsterMash
      11 March 2017 at 10:19 PM
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      Cormier is light heavyweight noob

      • Kane Brookes
        25 March 2017 at 6:16 AM
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        he was a heavyweight when he posted that comment haha you’re a noob

  • Pedrohenri_mengo
    23 January 2012 at 2:06 PM
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    Alistaiir the reem  Overeem the best !        the best figthering the world

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    Henry Cejudo (#1 BW) vs. Jose Aldo (#3 BW)
    Amanda Nunes (#1 W-FW/#1 W-BW) vs. Felicia Spencer (#3 W-FW)
    Ketlen Vieira (#8 W-BW) vs. Marion Reneau (#10 W-BW)
    Blagoi Ivanov (#13 HW) vs. Augusto Sakai (#17 HW)
    Bethe Correia (#15 W-BW) vs. Pannie Kianzad (#20 W-BW)
    Fabricio Werdum (*NR)a vs. Alexey Oleynik (#16 HW)
    Mauricio Rua (#22 LHW) vs. Antonio Nogueira (#23 LHW)
    Sergey Spivak (#25 HW) vs. Carlos Felipe

    Fight Night 175 (May 16)
    Dustin Poirier (#4 LW) vs. Dan Hooker (#8 LW)
    Ariane Lipski (#23 W-FLY) vs. Luana Carolina
    Puna Soriano (#38 MW) vs. Anthony Hernandez
    Cortney Casey (#15 W-STW) vs. Lara Procopio
    Kai Kara-France (#10 FLY) vs. Alex Perez (#15 FLY)

    UFC 251 (June 6)
    Alexander Volkanovski (#1 FW) vs. Max Holloway (#2 FW)
    Valentina Shevchenko (#1 W-FLY) vs. Joanne Calderwood (#8 W-FLY)
    Tai Tuivasa (#26 HW) vs. Jarjis Danho

    Fight Night 176 (June 13)
    Marlon Moraes (#2 BW) vs. Petr Yan (#5 BW)
    Zhalgas Zhumagulov (#20 FLY) vs. Jordan Espinosa (#42 FLY)

    Fight Night 177 (June 20)
    Curtis Blaydes (#4 HW) vs. Alexander Volkov (#9 HW)
    Gillian Robertson (#14 W-FLY) vs. Taila Santos

    UFC 252 – (Jul 11)
    Kamaru Usman (#1 WW) vs. Jorge Masvidal (#3 WW)

    Outside of UFC – Ranked Fighters Schedule

    Bellator – Mar 13
    Patricio Freire (#3 FW/#16 LW) vs. Pedro Carvalho (#49 FW)
    Paul Daley (#22 WW) vs. Sabah Homasi
    Daniel Weichel (#27 FW) vs. Emmanuel Sanchez (#31 FW)

    ACA – Apr 7
    Magomed Ismailov (#43 MW) vs. Aleksander Emelianenko

    ONE – Apr 11
    Demetrious Johnson (#1 FLY) vs. Adriano Moraes (#23 FLY)

    Bellator – May 9
    Ryan Bader (#10 HW/#6 LHW) vs. Vadim Nemkov (#8 LHW)

    (*NR) = Would be ranked in Top 50/25, but ineligible due to Suspension/Inactivity