MMA World Rankings

World MMA Rankings: Top 50 fighter rankings by division

* Click on any division below for Top 50 World MMA Rankings. All fighters, regardless of promotion, are eligible to be ranked in the MMA World Rankings.
**Updated daily & within 24 hours after major MMA events**

MMA World Heavyweight Rankings (265) – Current #1  Fighter: Francis Ngannou

MMA World Light Heavyweight Rankings (205) – Current #1  Fighter: Jan Blachowicz

MMA World Middleweight Rankings (185) – Current #1  Fighter: Israel Adesanya

MMA World Welterweight Rankings (170) – Current #1  Fighter: Kamaru Usman

MMA World Lightweight Rankings (155) – Current #1  Fighter: Charles Oliveira

MMA World Featherweight Rankings (145) – Current #1  Fighter: Alexander Volkanovski

MMA World Bantamweight Rankings (135) – Current #1  Fighter: Aljamain Sterling

MMA World Flyweight Rankings (125) – Current #1  Fighter: Brandon Moreno

MMA World Pound-4-Pound Rankings (Pound-4-Pound) – Current #1  Fighter: Kamaru Usman

MMA World Women’s Featherweight Rankings (145) – Current #1  Fighter: Amanda Nunes

MMA World Women’s Bantamweight Rankings (135) – Current #1  Fighter: Amanda Nunes

MMA World Women’s Flyweight Rankings (125) – Current #1  Fighter: Valentine Shevchenko

MMA World Women’s Strawweight Rankings (115) – Current #1  Fighter: Rose Namajunas

MMA World Women’s Pound-4-Pound Rankings (Pound-4-Pound) – Current #1  Fighter: Amanda Nunes

7 Comments on this post.
  • Alex
    27 June 2021 at 4:47 PM
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    Michael Venom Page??

  • JR
    24 August 2020 at 12:54 AM
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    Are you considering ranking AW’s any time in the near future?

    • D.C. Ross
      28 August 2020 at 5:37 PM
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      Yes, definitely have been looking at it. Since World Rankings are not based off promotion, I have considered the idea of adding Women’s Antomweight, but then that also opens the door for Men’s Strawweight or Super Heavyweight…or Women’s divisions above 155 lbs…For now, just ranking divisions recognized by the larger promotions with hopes fighters from those divisions eventually given a larger platform.

  • Etho
    22 April 2020 at 6:32 PM
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    I can see only ufc fighters , this is not valid

    • not blind
      15 June 2020 at 3:47 PM
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  • Babylon
    12 March 2020 at 7:38 PM
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    How the hell can you justify Aung La Nsang being ranked 29 behind people like Tito fucking Ortiz. This really drops your legitimacy a ton. Fix this shit.

    • D.C. Ross
      15 March 2020 at 9:11 AM
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      La Nsang due the ONE weight classes, is primarily ranked as a MW. He does have the recent win over Vera that moved him up the LHW ranks, but his history as a true LHW is very limited. Appreciate your feedback, and Nsang has definitely turned around his career in ONE and is a truly inspirational story.

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