UFC Flyweight 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)

#Fighter  OVRUFCLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Deiveson Figueiredo21-2-110-2-1W-Brandon Moreno (DEC)
L-Brandon Moreno (SUB)
D-Brandon Moreno (DEC)
2Brandon Moreno19-6-27-3-2L-Deiveson Figueiredo (DEC)
W-Deiveson Figueiredo (SUB)
D-Deiveson Figueiredo (DEC)
Kai Kara-France
3Kai Kara-France24-97-2W-Askar Askarov (DEC)
W-Cody Garbrandt (TKO)
W-Rogerio Bontorin (KO)
Brandon Moreno
4Askar Askarov13-1-13-1-1L-Kai Kara-France (DEC)
W-Joseph Benavidez (DEC)
W-Alexandre Pantoja (DEC)
5Alexandre Pantoja24-58-3W-Brandon Royval (SUB)
W-Manel Kape (DEC)
L-Askar Askarov (DEC)
Alex Perez
6Cody Garbrandt13-48-4L-Kai Kara-France (TKO)
L-Rob Font (DEC)
W-Raphael Assuncao (KO)
Rani Yahya
7Brandon Royval14-64-2W-Matt Schnell (SUB)
W-Rogerio Bontorin (DEC)
L-Alexandre Pantoja (SUB)
8Matheus Nicolau18-2-16-1W-David Dvorak (DEC)
W-Tim Elliott (DEC)
W-Manel Kape (DEC)
9Rogerio Bontorin17-43-3L-Brandon Royval (DEC)
W-Matt Schnell (DEC)
L-Kai Kara-France (KO)
10Manel Kape17-62-2W-Zhalgas Zhumagulov (TKO)
W-Ode Osbourne (KO)
L-Matheus Nicolau (DEC)
11Tim Elliott18-12-17-10W-Tagir Ulanbekov (DEC)
L-Matheus Nicolau (DEC)
W-Jordan Espinosa (DEC)
Amir Albazi
12Jeff Molina11-23-0W-Zhalgas Zhumagulov (DEC)
W-Daniel Lacerda (TKO)
W-Qileng Aori (DEC)
13Zhalgas Zhumagulov14-71-4L-Jeff Molina (DEC)
L-Manel Kape (TKO)
W-Jerome Rivera (SUB)
14David Dvorak20-43-1L-Matheus Nicolau (DEC)
W-Juancamilo Ronderos (SUB)
W-Jordan Espinosa (DEC)
15Matt Schnell15-75-5L-Brandon Royval (SUB)
L-Rogerio Bontorin (DEC)
W-Tyson Nam (DEC)
Su Mudaerji
16Tagir Ulanbekov13-22-1L-Tim Elliott (DEC)
W-Allan Nascimento (DEC)
W-Bruno Silva (DEC)
Tyson Nam
17Ode Osbourne11-43-2W-Zarrukh Adashev (KO)
W-C.J. Vergara (DEC)
L-Manel Kape (KO)
18Malcolm Gordon14-52-2W-Denys Bondar (TKO)
W-Francisco Figueiredo (DEC)
L-Su Mudaerji (KO)
19Muhammad Mokaev7-01-0W-Cody Durden (SUB)
W-Blaine O'Driscoll (SUB)
NC-Ibragim Navruzov (SUB)
Charles Johnson
20Allan Nascimento19-61-1W-Jake Hadley (DEC)
L-Tagir Ulanbekov (DEC)
W-Elivaldo Martins (SUB)
21Tatsuro Taira11-01-0W-Carlos Candelario (DEC)
W-Alfredo Muaiad (SUB)
W-Ryuya Fukuda (SUB)
22Bruno Silva12-5-22-2W-J.P. Buys (TKO)
L-Tagir Ulanbekov (DEC)
L-David Dvorak (DEC)
23Francisco Figueiredo13-4-12-1W-Daniel Lacerda (DEC)
L-Malcolm Gordon (DEC)
W-Jerome Rivera (DEC)
24Cody Durden12-4-11-2-1L-Muhammad Mokaev (SUB)
W-Qileng Aori (DEC)
L-Jimmy Flick (SUB)
J.P. Buys
25Jake Hadley8-10-1L-Allan Nascimento (DEC)
W-Mitch Raposo (SUB)
W-Luke Shanks (DEC)
Victor Altamirano
26Carlos Hernandez8-11-0W-Victor Altamirano (DEC)
W-Daniel Barez (DEC)
W-Trevor Wells (DEC)
27C.J. Vergara10-3-11-1W-Kleydson Rodrigues (DEC)
L-Ode Osbourne (DEC)
W-Bruno Mesquita (KO)
28Victor Altamirano10-20-1L-Carlos Hernandez (DEC)
W-Carlos Candelario (DEC)
W-Nate Smith (DEC)
Jake Hadley
29Carlos Candelario8-20-1L-Tatsuro Taira (DEC)
L-Victor Altamirano (DEC)
W-Miguel Restrepo (DEC)
30Zarrukh Adashev4-41-3L-Ode Osbourne (KO)
W-Ryan Benoit (DEC)
L-Su Mudaerji (DEC)
31Kleydson Rodrigues7-20-1L-C.J. Vergara (DEC)
W-Santo Curatolo (DEC)
W-Eduardo Silva (SUB)
32Denys Bondar14-30-1L-Malcolm Gordon (TKO)
W-Kenan Jafarli (SUB)
W-Lev Ambarcumian (SUB)
33Daniel Lacerda10-30-2L-Francisco Figueiredo (SUB)
L-Jeff Molina (TKO)
W-Francisco Asprilla (SUB)
34Victor Rodriguez5-40-2L-Bruno Silva (KO)
L-Adrian Yanez (KO)
W-Jared Mazurek (TKO)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months
* Moving Divisions
* Yet to debut
Alex Perez24-66-2L-Deiveson Figueiredo (SUB)
W-Jussier Formiga (TKO)
W-Jordan Espinosa (SUB)
Alexandre Pantoja
Amir Albazi14-12-0W-Zhalgas Zhumagulov (DEC)
W-Malcolm Gordon (SUB)
W-Ryan Curtis (SUB)
Tim Elliott
Su Mudaerji14-43-1W-Zarrukh Adashev (DEC)
W-Malcolm Gordon (KO)
W-Andre Soukhamthath (DEC)
Matt Schnell
Tyson Nam20-12-12-3L-Matt Schnell (DEC)
W-Jerome Rivera (TKO)
W-Zarrukh Adashev (KO)
Tagir Ulanbekov
Juancamilo Ronderos4-10-1L-David Dvorak (SUB)
W-Eric Shelton (DEC)
W-Matthew Elliott (SUB)
Charles Johnson11-20-0W-Carlos Mota (TKO)
W-Joao Neto (TKO)
W-Yuma Horiuchi (DEC)
Muhammad Mokaev
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16 Comments on this post.
  • Curtis Nate
    30 March 2022 at 8:45 AM
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    You have Mudaerji vs. Manuel Kape – should be Manel

    • D.C. Ross
      24 April 2022 at 6:03 PM
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      Updated, thank you

  • Pat Thorpe
    19 September 2021 at 10:11 PM
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    Bruno Silva is not 1-3, hes 2-2 and 1 no contest. He won his last fight against Victor Rodriguez – needs updating

  • TC
    20 October 2020 at 9:00 PM
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    Su Mudaerji and Cody Durden mate, where are their profiles?

    • D.C. Ross
      21 October 2020 at 11:17 PM
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      Hi TC, both fighters are ranked at Bantamweight as that was the last weight class they fought in. As soon as either fighter competes at flyweight they will be eligible to be ranked in that new division.

      • TC
        17 November 2020 at 9:13 AM
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        Hello dearest mate – Jussier Formiga got released yesterday! 🙂

  • Frank The Rabbit
    7 June 2017 at 4:18 PM
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    Why isn’t Deiveson Alcantara and Marco Beltran ranked in the Flyweight listings?

    • D.C. Ross
      15 June 2017 at 11:38 AM
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      Thank you, now ranked!

  • D.C. Ross
    3 November 2014 at 9:18 PM
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    He was cut, and then re-signed again.

  • D.C. Ross
    28 May 2014 at 11:29 AM
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    Updated. Seery did look real good in that fight. Hopefully, he avenges his prior loss to Harris later this year.

  • Wagner
    16 November 2013 at 9:00 AM
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    Lineker 8???? LINEKER 3!!!

    • D.C. Ross
      16 November 2013 at 9:39 AM
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      He hasn’t made weight in 3 of his last 4 fights. Also, his submission loss to Louis Gaudinot is pulling down his ranking. Lineker has looked great in his last 3 fights, but it’s not like he’s been facing stellar competition (Harris, Maria, Gashimov).

  • Danny
    17 September 2012 at 10:17 PM
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    Must be nice to have one win and be in the top ten in the ufc// the ufc needs tog et more fighters in this division// they should have like a flyweight TUF// with like japan vs usa or something// they need at least 20 more guys to make it a egit divison// at the divison still wont be taken seriously unless this divison gets stacked

    • admin
      18 September 2012 at 3:05 PM
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      Agreed, there are way too many high-level flyweights currently toiling away on the independent circuit. The UFC has curiously decided to continue casting their upcoming Ultimate Fighter seasons with lightweights and welterweights. The UFC could strike gold if they put together a flyweight season as they are much more likely to have their TUF winner go on to title contention. Look at John Dodson, he is already a fight or two away. Meanwhile, guys like Court McGee, Mac Danzig, Efrain Escudero, Jonathan Brookins, Ross Pearson, etc. are struggling to even keep their roster spot.

      Just look at last season’s TUF. Mike Chiesa had an amazing story, but there is no way he is ever going to reach contender status. The UFC basically just pour a ton of money into marketing and the entire TUF process to find a mid-level prospect. I hope Chiesa goes on to big things, but the reality is his striking will never allow him to do so.

    6 September 2012 at 12:10 AM
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    when lineker beats urushitani what will you do? move lineker up or urushitani down?

    • admin
      6 September 2012 at 8:07 PM
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      Lineker is a stud, but his submission/takedown defense is still questionable. Urushitani probably doesn’t have the wrestling to take Lineker down. I am expecting Lineker to score a big knockout, which would be a solid win for him in the thin flyweight division.

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