UFC Welterweight Rankings

Men’s Divisions
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)

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Fighter  Last 3 FightsNext Fight
2018 UFC Signings:
Ottman Azaitar
Laureano Staropoli
Ben Askren
Jalin Turner
David Zawada
Chance Rencountre
Craig White
Carlo Pedersoli
Hector Aldana
Curtis Millender
2018 UFC Cuts:
Sage Northcutt
Yoshihiro Akiyama
Hyun Gyu Lim
Nicholas Musoke
Jesse Taylor
Ryan LaFlare (retired)
Daichi Abe
George Sullivan
Jake Ellenberger (retired)
Oliver Enkamp
Tom Gallicchio
Jim Wallhead
Erick Silva
Bojan Velickovic
Galore Bofando
Bobby Nash
Mike Pyle (retired)
Jonathan Meunier
Kamaru Usman
15-1 (10-0 UFC)
W-Tyron Woodley (DEC)
W-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
W-Demian Maia (DEC)
1Tyron Woodley
19-4-1 (9-3-1 UFC)
L-Kamaru Usman (DEC)
W-Darren Till (SUB)
W-Demian Maia (DEC)
2Colby Covington
14-1 (9-1 UFC)
W-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
W-Demian Maia (DEC)
W-Dong Hyun Kim (DEC)
3Rafael dos Anjos
29-11 (18-9 UFC)
W-Kevin Lee (SUB)
L-Kamaru Usman (DEC)
L-Colby Covington (DEC)
4Ben Askren
19-0 (1-0 UFC)
W-Robbie Lawler (SUB)
W-Shinya Aoki (TKO)
W-Zebastian Kadestam (TKO)
Jorge Masvidal
UFC 239
07/06/2019
5Robbie Lawler
28-13 (12-7 UFC)
L-Ben Askren (SUB)
L-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
W-Donald Cerrone (DEC)
6Jorge Masvidal
33-13 (10-6 UFC)
W-Darren Till (KO)
L-Stephen Thompson (DEC)
L-Demian Maia (DEC)
Ben Askren
UFC 239
07/06/2019
7Darren Till
17-2-1 (5-2-1 UFC)
L-Jorge Masvidal IKO)
L-Tyron Woodley (SUB)
W-Stephen Thompson (DEC)
8Anthony Pettis
22-8 (9-7 UFC)
W-Stephen Thompson (KO)
L-Tony Ferguson (TKO)
W-Michael Chiesa (SUB)
Nate Diaz
UFC 241
08/17/2019
9Stephen Thompson
14-4-1 (9-4-1 UFC)
L-Anthony Pettis (KO)
L-Darren Till (DEC)
W-Jorge Masvidal (DEC)
10Demian Maia
26-9 (20-9 UFC)
W-Lyman Good (SUB)
L-Kamaru Usman (DEC)
L-Colby Covington (DEC)
Tony Martin
UFC on ESPN 3
06/29/2019
11Leon Edwards
17-3 (9-2 UFC)
W-Gunnar Nelson (DEC)
W-Donald Cerrone (DEC)
W-Peter Sobotta (TKO)
12Santiago Ponzinibbio
27-3 (9-2 UFC)
W-Neil Magny (KO)
W-Mike Perry (DEC)
W-Gunnar Nelson (KO)
13Kevin Lee
17-5 (10-5 UFC)
L-Rafael dos Anjos (SUB)
L-Al Iaquinta (DEC)
W-Edson Barboza (TKO)
14Neil Magny
21-7 (14-6 UFC)
L-Santiago Ponzinibbio (KO)
W-Craig White (TKO)
W-Carlos Condit (DEC)
15Elizeu Zaleski
21-5 (7-1 UFC)
W-Curtis Millender (SUB)
W-Luigi Vendramini (KO)
W-Sean Strickland (KO)
16Mike Perry
13-4 (6-4 UFC)
W-Alex Oliveira (DEC)
L-Donald Cerrone (SUB)
W-Paul Felder (DEC)
17Tony Martin
16-4 (8-4 UFC)
W-Sergio Moraes (DEC)
W-Jake Matthews (SUB)
W-Ryan LaFlare (KO)
Demian Maia
UFC on ESPN 3
06/29/2019
18Gunnar Nelson
17-4-1 (8-4 UFC)
L-Leon Edwards (DEC)
W-Alex Oliveira (SUB)
L-Santiago Ponzinibbio (KO)
19Michael Chiesa
15-4 (8-4 UFC)
W-Carlos Condit (SUB)
L-Anthony Pettis (SUB)
L-Kevin Lee (SUB)
Diego Sanchez
UFC 239
07/06/2019
20Alex Oliveira
18-7-1 (9-5 UFC)
L-Mike Perry (DEC)
L-Gunnar Nelson (SUB)
W-Carlo Pedersoli (KO)
21Vicente Luque
16-6-1 (8-2 UFC)
W-Derrick Krantz (TKO)
W-Bryan Barberena (TKO)
W-Jalin Turner (KO)
22Claudio Silva
13-1 (4-0 UFC)
W-Danny Roberts (SUB)
W-Nordine Taleb (SUB)
W-Leon Edwards (DEC)
23Alexey Kunchenko
20-0 (2-0 UFC)
W-Yushin Okami (DEC)
W-Thiago Alves (DEC)
W-Alexander Butenko (TKO)
24Ramazan Emeev
18-3 (3-0 UFC)
W-Stefan Sekulic (DEC)
W-Alberto Mina (DEC)
W-Sam Alvey (DEC)
25Abdul Razak Alhassan
10-1 (4-1 UFC)
W-Niko Price (KO)
W-Sabah Homasi (KO)
W-Sabah Homasi (TKO)
NRNiko Price
14-2 (6-2 UFC)
W-Tim Means (TKO)
L-Abdul-Razak Alhassan (KO)
W-Randy Brown (KO)
NRSean Strickland
20-3 (7-3 UFC)
W-Nordine Taleb (TKO)
L-Elizeu Zaleski (KO)
W-Court McGee (DEC)
NRGeoff Neal
11-2 (3-0 UFC)
W-Belal Muhammad (DEC)
W-Frank Camacho (KO)
W-Brian Camozzi (SUB)
NRBelal Muhammad
15-3 (6-3 UFC)
W-Curtis Millender (DEC)
L-Geoff Neal (DEC)
W-Chance Rencountre (DEC)
Takashi Sato
UFC 242
09/07/2019
NRCurtis Millender
17-5 (3-2 UFC)
L-Belal Muhammad (SUB)
L-Elizeu Zaleski (SUB)
W-Siyar Bahadurzada (DEC)
NRCarlos Condit
30-13 (7-9 UFC)
L-Michael Chiesa (SUB)
L-Alex Oliveira (SUB)
L-Neil Magny (DEC)
NRJames Krause
27-7 (8-3 UFC)
W-Warlley Alves (KO)
W-Alex White (DEC)
W-Tom Gallicchio (DEC)
NRBryan Barberena
14-6 (5-4 UFC)
L-Vicente Luque (TKOC)
W-Jake Ellenberger (TKO)
L-Leon Edwards (DEC)
Randy Brown
Fight Night 154
06/22/2019
NRWarlley Alves
13-3 (7-3 UFC)
W-Sergio Moraes (KO)
L-James Krause (KO)
W-Sultan Aliev (TKO)
NRDwight Grant
10-2 (2-1 UFC)
W-Alan Jouban (DEC)
W-Carlo Pedersoli (TKO)
L-Zak Ottow (DEC)
NRAlan Jouban
16-7 (7-5 UFC)
L-Dwight Grant (DEC)
W-Ben Saunders (KO)
L-Niko Price (TKO)
NRLaureano Staropoli
9-1 (2-0 UFC)
W-Thiago Alves (DEC)
W-Hector Aldana (DEC)
W-Carlos Rojas (TKO)
NRThiago Alves
23-14 (15-11 UFC)
L-Laureano Staropoli (DEC)
W-Max Griffin (DEC)
L-Alexey Kunchenko (DEC)
NRMax Griffin
15-6 (3-4 UFC)
W-Zelim Imadaev (DEC)
L-Thiago Alves (DEC)
L-Curtis Millender (DEC)
NRIsmail Naurdiev
18-2 (1-0 UFC)
W-Michel Prazeres (DEC)
W-Paulistenio Rocha (TKO)
W-Georgi Valentinov (KO)
Chance Rencountre
UFC 239
07/06/2019
NRMichel Prazeres
26-3 (10-3 UFC)
L-Ismail Naurdiev (DEC)
W-Bartosz Fabinski (SUB)
W-Zak Cummings (DEC)
NRDiego Sanchez
29-11 (18-11 UFC)
W-Mickey Gall (TKO)
W-Craig White (DEC)
L-Matt Brown (KO)
Michael Chiesa
UFC 239
07/06/2019
NRNordine Taleb
15-6 (7-4 UFC)
W-Kyle Prepolec (DEC)
L-Sean Strickland (TKO)
L-Claudio Silva (SUB)
NRSergio Moraes
14-5-1 (8-4-1 UFC)
L-Warlley Alves (KO)
L-Tony Martin (DEC)
W-Ben Saunders (SUB)
NRTim Means
28-11-1 (10-7 UFC)
L-Niko Price (TKO)
W-Ricky Rainey (TKO)
L-Sergio Moraes (DEC)
NRJake Matthews
13-4 (7-4 UFC)
L-Tony Martin (SUB)
W-Shinsho Anzai (SUB)
W-Li Jingliang (DEC)
NRLi Jingliang
16-5 (8-3 UFC)
W-David Zawada (KO)
W-Daichi Abe (DEC)
L-Jake Matthews (DEC)
NRDhiego Lima
14-7 (3-5 UFC)
W-Court McGee (DEC)
W-Chad Laprise (KO)
L-Yushin Okami (DEC)
NRPeter Sobotta
17-6-1 (4-5 UFC)
L-Leon Edwards (TKO)
W-Ben Saunders (TKO)
W-Nicolas Dalby (DEC)
NRLyman Good
20-5 (2-2 UFC)
L-Demian Maia (SUB)
W-Ben Saunders (KO)
L-Elizeu Zaleski (DEC)
NRTakashi Sato
15-2 (1-0 UFC)
W-Ben Saunders (TKO)
W-Matt Vaile (TKO)
L-Glaico Franca (SUB)
Belal Muhammad
UFC 242
09/07/2019
NRBen Saunders
22-12-2 (9-9 UFC)
L-Takashi Sato (TKO)
L-Lyman Good (KO)
L-Sergio Moraes (SUB)
NRCourt McGee
19-8 (8-7 UFC)
L-Dhiego Lima (DEC)
W-Alex Garcia (DEC)
L-Sean Strickland (DEC)
NRBartosz Fabinski
14-3 (3-1 UFC)
L-Michel Prazeres (SUB)
W-Emil Meek (DEC)
W-Hector Urbina (DEC)
NREmil Meek
9-4-1 (1-2 UFC)
L-Bartosz Fabinski (DEC)
L-Kamaru Usman (DEC)
W-Jordan Mein (DEC)
NRJordan Mein
31-12 (5-4 UFC)
W-Alex Morono (DEC)
W-Erick Silva (DEC)
L-Belal Muhammad (DEC)
NRSiyar Bahadurzada
24-7-1 (4-3 UFC)
L-Curtis Millender (DEC)
W-Luan Chagas (KO)
W-Rob Wilkinson (TKO)
NRChad Laprise
13-4 (6-4 UFC)
L-Dhiego Lima (KO)
L-Vicente Luque (KO)
W-Galore Bofando (TKO)
NRAlex Morono
16-6 (5-3 UFC)
W-Zak Ottow (SUB)
W-Kenan Song (DEC)
L-Jordan Mein (DEC)
NRAlex Garcia
15-6 (5-5 UFC)
L-Court McGee (DEC)
L-Ryan LaFlare (DEC)
W-Muslim Salikhov (SUB)
NRRandy Brown
10-3 (4-3 UFC)
L-Niko Price (KO)
W-Mickey Gall (DEC)
L-Belal Muhammad (DEC)
Bryan Barberena
Fight Night 154
06/22/2019
NRAlberto Mina
13-1 (3-1 UFC)
L-Ramazan Emeev (DEC)
W-Mike Pyle (KO)
W-Yoshihiro Akiyama (DEC)
NRMickey Gall
5-2 (4-2 UFC)
L-Diego Sanchez (TKO)
W-George Sullivan (SUB)
L-Randy Brown (DEC)
NRZak Ottow
17-7 (4-4 UFC)
L-Alex Morono (SUB)
W-Dwight Grant (DEC)
L-Sage Northcutt (KO)
NRKeita Nakamura
34-10-2 (4-7 UFC)
L-Sultan Aliev (DEC)
W-Salim Touahri (DEC)
L-Tony Martin (DEC)
NRCarlo Pedersoli
11-3 (1-2 UFC)
L-Dwight Grant (TKO)
L-Alex Oliveira (KO)
W-Bradley Scott (DEC)
NRMichel Pereira
22-9 (0-0 UFC)
W-Danny Roberts (KO)
W-Won Jun Choi (KO)
L-Dusko Todorovic (TKO)
NRDanny Roberts
16-5 (5-4 UFC)
L-Michel Pereira (KO)
L-Claudio Silva (SUB)
W-David Zawada (DEC)
NRDerrick Krantz
23-11 (0-1 UFC)
L-Vicente Luque (TKO)
W-Justin Patterson (KO)
W-Hayward Charles (TKO)
NRLuan Chagas
15-3-1 (1-2-1 UFC)
L-Siyar Bahadurzada (KO)
W-Jim Wallhead (SUB)
L-Erick Silva (SUB)
NRShinsho Anzai
10-3 (2-2 UFC)
L-Jake Matthews (SUB)
W-Luke Jumeau (DEC)
W-Roger Zapata (TKO)
NRLuke Jumeau
13-4 (2-1 UFC)
W-Daichi Abe (DEC)
L-Shinsho Anzai (DEC)
W-Dominique Steele (DEC)
NRChance Rencountre
13-3 (1-1 UFC)
W-Kyle Stewart (SUB)
L-Belal Muhammad (DEC)
W-Chris Harris (SUB)
Ismail Naurdiev
UFC 239
07/06/2019
NRKenan Song
13-4 (2-1 UFC)
L-Alex Morono (DEC)
W-Hector Aldana (TKO)
W-Bobby Nash (KO)
NRRicky Rainey
13-6 (0-2 UFC)
L-Tim Means (TKO)
L-Muslim Salikhov (KO)
W-Marc Stevens (DEC)
NRKyle Stewart
11-2 (0-1 UFC)
L-Chance Rencountre (SUB)
W-Braden Smith (DEC)
L-James Nakashima (DEC)
Erik Koch
UFC 240
07/27/2019
NRSergey Khandozhko
W-Rostem Akman (DEC)
NRDavid Zawada
16-5 (0-2 UFC)
L-Li Jingliang (KO)
L-Danny Roberts (DEC)
W-Michal Michalski (SUB)
NRZelim Imadaev
8-1 (0-1 UFC)
L-Max Griffin (DEC)
W-Ivan Gluhak (KO)
W-Yuri Izotov (KO)
NRRostem AkmanL-Sergey Khandozhko (DEC)
NRBrian Camozzi
7-5 (0-3 UFC)
L-Geoff Neal (SUB)
L-Chad Laprise (TKO)
L-Randy Brown (TKO)
NRKyle Prepolec
12-6 (0-1 UFC)
L-Nordine Taleb (DEC)
W-Cody Pfister (DEC)
W-Scott Hudson (TKO)
NRSalim Touahri
10-3 (0-2 UFC)
L-Keita Nakamura (DEC)
L-Warlley Alves (DEC)
W-Bayzet Khatkhokhu (KO)
NRLuigi Vendramini
8-1 (0-1 UFC)
L-Elizeu Zaleski (KO)
W-Lucas Eurico (TKO)
W-Adriano Andre (TKO)
NRHector Aldana
4-2 (0-2 UFC)
L-Laureano Staropoli (DEC)
L-Kenan Song (TKO)
L-Enrique Marin (SUB)
NRMike Jackson
1-1 (1-1 UFC)
W-Phil Brooks (DEC)
L-Mickey Gall (SUB)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months
* Moving Divisions
* Yet to debut
Nate Diaz
19-11 (14-9 UFC)
L-Conor McGregor (DEC)
W-Conor McGregor (SUB)
W-Michael Johnson (DEC)
Anthony Pettis
UFC 241
08/17/2019
Dong Hyun Kim
22-4-1 (13-4 UFC)
L-Colby Covington (DEC)
W-Tarec Saffiedine (DEC)
W-Dominic Waters (TKO)
Tarec Saffiedine
16-7 (2-4 UFC)
L-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
L-Dong Hyun Kim (DEC)
L-Rick Story (DEC)
Matt Brown
21-16 (14-10 UFC)
W-Diego Sanchez (KO)
L-Donald Cerrone (KO)
L-Jake Ellenberger (TKO)
Muslim Salikhov
13-2 (1-1 UFC)
W-Ricky Rainey (KO)
L-Alex Garcia (SUB)
W-Melvin Guillard (KO)
Nathan Coy
15-7 (1-2 UFC)
L-Zak Cummings (SUB)
W-Jonavin Webb (DEC)
L-Danny Roberts (SUB)
Bradley Scott
11-6 (3-5 UFC)
L-Carlo Pedersoli (DEC)
L-Jack Hermansson (TKO)
W-Scott Askham (DEC)
Sheldon Westcott
9-3-1 (1-2 UFC)
W-Edgar Garcia (TKO)
L-Pawel Pawlak (DEC)
L-Elias Theodorou (TKO)
Pascal Krauss
11-2 (2-2 UFC)
L-Hyun Gyu Lim (TKO)
W-Mike Stumpf (DEC)
L-John Hathaway (DEC)
Alex Reyes
13-3 (0-1 UFC)
L-Mike Perry (KO)
W-Gil Guardado (KO)
W-Thomas Noel (SUB)
Sean Brady
Stefan Sekulic
12-3 (0-1 UFC)
L-Ramazan Emeev (DEC)
W-Givago Francisco SUB)
W-Ivica Truscek (SUB)
Ottman Azaitar
11-0 (0-0 UFC)
W-Danijel Kokora (KO)
W-Alejandro Martinez (TKO)
W-Charlie Leary (TKO)
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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.

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19 Comments on this post.
  • Gill
    26 November 2018 at 5:27 AM
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    Best rankings….. Thanks for updating

  • Richard Edwards
    16 April 2017 at 12:36 PM
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    to bad for rory, the guy he handled so easily is now the champ and he is with bellator. rory total domination over woodley

  • Johny Bravo
    21 January 2017 at 9:45 AM
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    cm punk is higher then nick diaz hehe

  • yossgold
    11 January 2015 at 5:31 AM
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    They update it after every UFC event (at least). Be cool.

  • Joe
    23 October 2012 at 2:49 AM
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    I think that Riddle (and Rivera at Bantamweight) should be out of the rankings until they fight next even though their suspension is over.

    It looks to me like Riddle’s last win over Clements is taken into consideration, if it’s a NC it should be treated as such.

    Just my opinion, keep suspended fighters non-ranked until they fight next.

    • admin
      24 October 2012 at 9:18 AM
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      Hmm, good point. I did remove Diaz, Shields, Leben, and Overeem, but those were longer suspensions.

  • dWd
    9 October 2012 at 4:16 PM
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    Good win for Mike Pierce, i thought Simpson’ corner could have done better to settle him down between rounds,tell him to reset and do same again,not get sloppy,but Mike Pierce is definately a gate keeper, the only guys he lost too are top guys.I hope i’m not wrong about Silva though and he’s only a couple big wins away from a title shot.

    • admin
      9 October 2012 at 9:17 PM
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      I still think Pierce should cut down to 155. It is obvious that he is carrying some extra weight around the midsection and his lack of height and reach does not help him one bit. I’m not sure if I’m ready to label Pierce a gatekeeper at this point. He’d have a decent shot at avenging his losses to Koscheck or Fitch if they were to face off again. Should of, could of though, and you are right, at this point Pierce is sitting on the outside of the top contenders list.

      As for silva, if he beats Fitch, it’s going to be a race between him and Rory MacDonald to see which prospect claims a title shot first. Considering GSP is still welterweight champion, we will likely see Silva claim that future shot if he can win his next couple of fights.

      • dWd
        15 October 2012 at 2:47 AM
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        I may have been wrong about Silva, but i wasn’t wrong about Fitch i’ve always had him top 3 in my rankings. should look at moving Silva down now to around 15 maybe you think? and Demian Maia up. i have Maia at 11 but my rankings look a lot different to yours,i have Fitch and Koscheck higher and Condit and Kampmann lower and of course i still have Diaz and Penn in my top ten.

        • admin
          16 October 2012 at 1:50 PM
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          Maia got a nice boost in the rankings and will hopefully face off with Fitch next. As for Erick Silva, he put on a good performance and his stock did not drop much. I still have him ranked behind a solid grappler like Pierce, but ahead of Story, Alves, Akiyama, Kim, all of whom are struggling or coming off losses themselves.

          I do find some merit behind your Fitch and Koscheck ranked above Condit and Kampmann statement. It all had to do with timing. Fitch and Kos were struggling with injuries and recent losses, while Condit and Kampmann struck while the iron was hot. Do I think Fitch would beat Condit? It would be a great fight that I would be slightly leaning towards Fitch to grind out.

  • dWd
    12 September 2012 at 12:35 AM
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    Erick Silva could be ranked higher and Mike Pierce lower.

    • admin
      12 September 2012 at 10:54 PM
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      I agree, Silva is a future star. If he can get past Fitch, Silva should skyrocket into the Top 5. Pierce’s only losses in recent years have been close decisions to Fitch, Hendricks, and Koscheck. Pierce below Thiago Silva or Rick Story could be debated, but Story is still trying to bounce from his loss to Brenneman. Dong Hyun Kim, Aaron Simpson, Akiyama, etc. could all leapfrog Pierce with a signature win, but the entire welterweight division has been in neutral for the last few months.

  • Joe
    20 June 2012 at 12:05 PM
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    Dude, your rankings are awesome and realistic, some people don’t understand that fighter rankings aren’t just “who I think is better, there’s a lot of “who beat who” other stuff coming into consideration.

    Don’t pay attention to any of the haters, people who have a problem with your rankings should try maintaining their own ranking lists and see if they can do a better job.

    No one is forcing them to use yours.

    • admin
      20 August 2012 at 9:44 PM
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      Thank you, I appreciate the respectful comments.

  • Poop
    2 June 2012 at 7:46 PM
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    Kampmann should be ahead of Koscheck, easily.

  • Beighz
    4 July 2011 at 3:24 PM
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    Brenneman 8?   lol

    • admin
      8 July 2011 at 2:40 PM
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      I moved Brenneman down this week, feeling that Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann deserve a bump up comparing their recent fight history with Brenneman, Story, Alves, etc. Brenneman may not have won pretty, but he won and knocked off one of the fastest rising stars in the 170-pound division.

    • Honest man
      3 June 2012 at 8:44 PM
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      None of the above comments make sense, i think  the rankings here are almost a hundred percent right, Kampmann is not ahead of Koshchek, Brenneman deserves to be at where it is, and why would anyone care about the 25th place and under? your lame

      • Joe
        23 August 2012 at 2:09 AM
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        To be fare, the comments ARE from 2011 🙂

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