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||Ryan Bader||31-7||W-Fedor Emelianenko (TKO)|
W-Cheick Kongo (DEC)
W-Valentin Moldavsky (DEC)
|2||Linton Vassell||23-8||W-Valentin Moldavsky (KO)|
W-Timothy Johnson (TKO)
W-Tyrell Fortune (DEC)
|3||Valentin Moldavsky||11-3||L-Linton Vassell (KO)|
NC-Steve Mowry (NC)
L-Ryan Bader (DEC)
|4||Cheick Kongo||31-12-2||L-Ryan Bader (DEC)|
W-Sergei Kharitonov (SUB)
L-Timothy Johnson (DEC)
W-Mukhomad Vakhaev (DEC)
W-Tony Johnson (KO)
|6||Philip De Fries||23-6||KSW||W-Todd Duffee (TKO)|
W-Ricardo Prasel (SUB)
W-Darko Stosic (TKO)
|7||Ilir Latifi||16-8||Free Agent||W-Alexey Oliynyk (DEC)|
W-Tanner Boser (DEC)
L-Derrick Lewis (DEC)
|8||Alikhan Vakhaev||12-2||ACA||W-Salimgerey Rasulov (DEC)|
W-Roggers Souza (TKO)
W-Denis Smoldarev (TKO)
|9||Salimgerey Rasulov||23-8||ACA||L-Alikhan Vakhaev (DEC)|
W-Tony Johnson (TKO)
W-Dmitry Poberezhets (DEC)
|10||Alexey Oliynyk||60-17-1||Free Agent||L-Ilir Latifi (DEC)|
W-Jared Vanderaa (SUB)
L-Sergey Spivak (DEC)
|Ineligible for Rankings|
|Francis Ngannou||17-3 (16)||Free Agent||W-Cyril Gane (DEC)|
W-Stipe Miocic (KO)
W-Jairzinho Rozenstruik (KO)
|Alistair Overeem||47-19 (42)||Free Agent||L-Alexander Volkov (TKO)|
W-Augusto Sakai (TKO)
W-Walt Harris (TKO)
|Fabricio Werdum||24-9-1||NC-Renan Ferreira (NC)|
W-Alexander Gustafsson (SUB)
L-Alexey Oliynyk (DEC)
|Vitaly Minakov||22-2||L-Said Sowma (TKO)|
W-Timothy Johnson (KO)
L-Cheick Kongo (DEC)
|Sergei Kharitonov||32-8||W-Tyrone Spong (TKO)|
W-Fabio Maldonado (TKO)
L-Cheick Kongo (SUB)
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Amir is in top 10 <3
No Bobby Lashley? Dude is an animal.
fedor, barnett, kharitonov, and a better conditioned carwin would all destroy Cock Chestboy Lesnar.. hopefully he will be out of mma soon
couldnt even finish a guy he outweighed by 20+ lbs (herring) and that same guy fedor manhandled and crocop tko’d in the first round, only fans of lesnar are his wwf fanboys
Lesnar’s days as a Top 10 heavyweight may be numbered. The toll of his unfortunate sickness on his overall strength and mindset, have likely changed him forever.
As for Fedor, Barnett, or Kharitonov beating him, I think we have to give Lesnar the benefit of the doubt, just as we have the same fighters you mentioned. Kharitonov lost to Jeff Monson not too long ago. Monson used his wrestling to easily take Kharitonov down and keep him there. Lesnar vs. Kharitonov would be a great clash of styles, but I’d be interesting to see what the betting line would be for that fight.
Lesnar will never win over MMA fans that have hated him since day 1, but at least he did step up and fight guys like Cain Velasquez and Shane Carwin, something that can’t be said for many heavyweight fighters living off their Pride glory days from 6-7 years ago.
Well he did become heavyweighchampion and defended it twice to tie the record of heavyweight defenses so stop hating
Hm. How’d that work out?
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