Heavyweight (265) – Light Heavyweight (205) – Middleweight (185) – Welterweight (170) – Lightweight (155) – Featherweight (145) – Bantamweight (135) – Flyweight (125)
|#||Fighter||OVR||ORG||Last 3 Fights||Next Fight|
|1||Patrick Mix||18-1||W-Raufeon Stots (KO)|
W-Magomed Magomedov (SUB)
W-Kyoji Horiguchi (DEC)
|2||Raufeon Stots||19-2||L-Patrick Mix (KO)|
W-Danny Sabatello (DEC)
W-Juan Archuleta (KO)
|3||Juan Archuleta||27-4||W-Soo Chul Kim (DEC)|
W-Enrique Barzola (DEC)
L-Raufeon Stots (KO)
|4||Kyoji Horiguchi||31-5||W-Hiromasa Ogikubo (DEC)|
W-Yuto Hokamura (SUB)L-Patrick Mix (DEC)
|5||Fabricio Andrade||9-2||W-John Lineker (TKO)|
NC-John Lineker (NC)
W-Kwon Won (KO)
|6||John Lineker||35-10||L-Fabricio Andrade (TKO)|
NC-Fabricio de Andrade (NC)
W-Bibiano Fernandes (KO)
|7||Danny Sabatello||14-2||W-Marcos Breno (SUB)|
L-Raufeon Stots (DEC)
W-Leandro Higo (DEC)
|8||Rustam Kerimov||17-0||ACA||W-Carlos da Silva (DEC)|
W-Abdul-Rakhman Dudaev (DEC)
W-Daniel Oliveira (DEC)
|9||Magomed Magomedov||19-3||L-Patrick Mix (SUB)|
W-Enrique Barzola (SUB)
L-Raufeon Stots (DEC)
|10||Timur Valiev||18-3||Free Agent||L-Jack Shore (DEC)|
W-Raoni Barcelos (DEC)
W-Martin Day (DEC)
|Ineligible for Rankings|
|Sergio Pettis||22-5||W-Kyoji Horiguchi (KO)|
W-Juan Archuleta (DEC)
W-Ricky Bandejas (DEC)
|Jimmie Rivera||23-5||Free Agent||L-Pedro Munhoz (DEC)|
W-Cody Stamman (DEC)
L-Petr Yan (DEC)
|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."
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I am bit bias but “Shah Bobonis” with a streak of 7 wins with more impressive competition of some of the fighters you got in your list should be in.
Bobonis is on my radar, especially after his 3rd knockout of Marcos da Matta in Bellator. As for being ranked above the prospects I have listed, Bobonis has yet to defeat a “big name” opponent. He doesn’t have the unblemished record that some bantamweight prospects have, so he will need to make up for it by racking up some wins over stiffer competition. Bobonis’ manager needs to carefully book him in his next few fights so he can hopefully extend his winning streak and sign on with Bellator or World Series of Fighting. Bobonis would be a good fit for TUF as well.