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UFC Rankings: Complete UFC rankings by division

* Click on any division below for Complete UFC Rankings. Only fighters currently on the UFC’s roster are included in the UFC rankings. These rankings are unofficial as we are not affiliated with, sponsored, or endorsed by the UFC.
**Updated daily & within 24 hours after major MMA events**

UFC Heavyweight Rankings (265 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Francis Ngannou, Interim UFC Champion: Cyril Gane

UFC Light Heavyweight Rankings (205 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Jan Blachowicz

UFC Middleweight Rankings (185 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Israel Adesanya

UFC Welterweight Rankings (170 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Kamaru Usman

UFC Lightweight Rankings (155 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Charles Oliveira

UFC Featherweight Rankings (145 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Alexander Volkanovski

UFC Bantamweight Rankings (135 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Aljamain Sterling

UFC Flyweight Rankings (125 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Brandon Moreno

UFC Women’s Featherweight Rankings (145 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Amanda Nunes

UFC Women’s Bantamweight Rankings (135 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Amanda Nunes

UFC Women’s Flyweight Rankings (125 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Valentina Shevchenko

UFC Women’s Strawweight Rankings (115 lbs.) – Current UFC Champion: Rose Namajunas

10 Comments on this post.
  • Some Asshole
    30 June 2021 at 12:37 PM
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    Why did you rank Glieson above Macdonald despite having a massively controversial victory where everyone thought Rory won, but refused to put Iuri Lapicus over Eddie Alvarez even though he technically won by no contest? Why not put Trevin Jones over Timur Valiev when he obviously won that fight and was only overturned for a substance that is now legal in USADA? Why did you put Mason Jones above Alan Patrick even though that also ended in a NC? Why is Jessin Ayari still on the Lightweight rankings?

    • D.C. Ross
      25 July 2021 at 9:25 AM
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      Great call out and the actual fight and its results are a part of the ranking. Gleison actually got the decision win despite how controversial it was.

      As for Iuri vs. Eddie, Eddie was winning the fight until the NC. Trevin won the fight vs. Timur, but Timur has now picked up a win over Barcelos. Mason did move up in the rankings despite the NC against Patrick.

      An actual decision win carries more weight than a no contest. Iuri did not “win” the fight vs. Eddie. See below for definition:

      A no-contest decision in MMA can seem fairly confusing if you don’t know how things can play out. It basically means when neither of the fighters can be declared the winner.

  • D.C. Ross
    14 April 2014 at 4:15 PM
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    Thank you for catching those! Now fixed.

    • Jeremy
      10 June 2019 at 8:57 PM
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      Is there any way we can see past rankings?

  • Bige20333
    1 October 2013 at 3:23 PM
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    My teacher wilson reis won his first ufc match congrats he is ranked 12th in the bantamweight division

  • josh
    2 February 2013 at 8:52 AM
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    Where are the flyweights division rankings?

    • rankingmma
      2 February 2013 at 9:49 AM
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      They are listed under the “UFC Rankings” and “MMA Rankings” Tabs on the top of the page. I also have the Top 10 Flyweight free agents and prospects listed under their respective tabs at the top of the page.

  • Joe
    7 December 2012 at 12:59 AM
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    Are you going to add the Women’s 135 to the UFC rankings or is that too much of a stretch?
    🙂

    • admin
      7 December 2012 at 11:33 AM
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      It looks like I am going to have to since the division is being added to the UFC. All I have heard thus far is Rousey, Carmouche, and Tate. It’s sort of odd to do division rankings for 3 fighters at this point. I think the WMMA definitely belongs on a national stage for championship-level fights, but I have mixed feelings after the UFC has struggled to get the Flyweight, Bantamweight, and Featherweight divisions on track. The depth in the Flyweight and Bantamweight divisions are severely lacking, but I am doubtful the UFC is going to go out and sign new and deserving talent with the addition of WMMA and various Strikeforce fighters.

  • Joe Gold
    5 June 2012 at 9:29 PM
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    Your rankings are great … If you update them after every UFC event it would be GREAT!!!

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