UFC Middleweight Rankings

Men’s Divisions
Heavyweight (265)Light Heavyweight (205) – Middleweight (185) – Welterweight (170)Lightweight (155)Featherweight (145)Bantamweight (135)Flyweight (125)

Women’s Divisions
W-Featherweight (145)W-Bantamweight (135)W-Flyweight (125) –  W-Strawweight (115)

RankFighterOVRUFCLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Dricus Du Plessis21-27-0W-Sean Strickland (DEC)
W-Robert Whittaker (TKO)
W-Derek Brunson (TKO)
2Sean Strickland29-616-6W-Paulo Costa (DEC)
L-Dricus Du Plessis (DEC)
W-Israel Adesanya (DEC)
3Israel Adesanya
24-313-3L-Sean Strickland (DEC)
W-Alex Pereira (KO)
L-Alex Pereira (TKO)
4Robert Whittaker25-716-5W-Paulo Costa (DEC)
L-Dricus Du Plessis (TKO)
W-Marvin Vettori (DEC)
5Jared Cannonier17-610-6W-Marvin Vettori (DEC)
W-Sean Strickland (DEC)
L-Israel Adesanya (DEC)
6Khamzat Chimaev13-07-0W-Kamaru Usman (DEC)
W-Kevin Holland (SUB)
W-Gilbert Burns (DEC)
7Kamaru Usman20-415-3L-Khamzat Chimaev (DEC)
L-Leon Edwards (DEC)
L-Leon Edwards (KO)
8Marvin Vettori19-7-19-5-1L-Jared Cannonier (DEC)
W-Roman Dolidze (DEC)
L-Robert Whittaker (DEC)
9Paulo Henrique Costa14-46-4L-Sean Strickland (DEC)
L-Robert Whittaker (DEC)
W-Luke Rockhold (DEC)
10Nassourdine Imavov13-45-2W-Roman Dolidze (DEC)
NC-Chris Curtis (NC)
L-Sean Strickland (DEC)
11Brendan Allen24-512-2W-Chris Curtis (DEC)
W-Paul Craig (SUB)
W-Bruno Silva (SUB)
12Roman Dolidze12-36-3L-Nassourdine Imavov (DEC)
L-Marvin Vettori (DEC)
W-Jack Hermansson (TKO)
13Jack Hermansson24-811-6W-Joe Pyfer (DEC)
L-Roman Dolidze (TKO)
W-Chris Curtis (DEC)
14Chris Curtis31-115-3L-Brendan Allen (DEC)
W-Marc-Andre Barriault (DEC)
NC-Nassourdine Imavov (NC)
15Caio Borralho16-16-0W-Paul Craig (KO)
W-Abusupiyan Magomedov (DEC)
W-Michal
Oleksiejczuk (SUB)
16Kevin Holland26-1113-8W-Michal
Oleksiejczuk (SUB)
L-Michael Page (DEC)
L-Jack Maddalena (DEC)
17Paul Craig17-8-19-8-1L-Caio Borralho (KO)
L-Brendan Allen (SUB)
W-Andre Muniz (TKO)
18Andre Muniz24-66-2W-Jun Yong Park (DEC)
L-Paul Craig (TKO)
L-Brendan Allen (SUB)
19Anthony Hernandez13-26-2W-Roman Kopylov (SUB)
W-Edmen Shahbazyan (TKO)
W-Marc-Andre Barriault (SUB)
20Michel Pereira30-119-2W-Ihor Potieria (SUB)
W-Michal
Oleksiejczuk (SUB)
W-Andre Petroski (TKO)
21Joseph Pyfer12-33-1L-Jack Hermansson (DEC)
W-Abdul Razak Alhassan (SUB)
W-Gerald Meerschaert (TKO)
22Sharabutdin Magomedov12-01-0W-Bruno Silva (DEC)
W-Kushal Vyas (KO)
W-Mikhail Ragozin (DEC)
23Rodolfo Vieira10-25-2W-Armen Petrosyan (SUB)
W-Cody Brundage (SUB)
L-Chris Curtis (DEC)
24Armen Petrosyan9-33-2L-Rodolfo Vieira (SUB)
W-Christian Duncan (DEC)
W-A.J. Dobson (DEC)
25Bruno Ferreira11-12-1W-Phil Hawes (KO)
L-Nursulton Ruziboev (KO)
W-Gregory Rodrigues (KO)
26Gregory Rodrigues15-56-2W-Brad Tavares (TKO)
W-Denis Tiuliulin (KO)
L-Brunno Ferreira (KO)
27Bo Nickal6-03-0W-Cody Brundage (SUB)
W-Jamie Pickett (SUB)
W-Donovan Beard (SUB)
28Brad Tavares20-915-9L-Gregory Rodrigues (TKO)
W-Chris Weidman (DEC)
L-Bruno Silva (TKO)
29Chris Weidman16-611-6W-Bruno Silva (DEC)
L-Brad Tavares (DEC)
L-Uriah Hall (TKO)
30Bruno Silva23-114-5L-Chris Weidman (DEC)
L-Sharabutdin Magomedov (DEC)
L-Brendan Allen (SUB)
31Andre Petroski10-35-2L-Jacob Malkoun (TKO)
L-Michel Pereira (TKO)
W-Gerald Meerschaert (DEC)
32Gerald Meerschaert36-1711-9W-Bryan Barberena (SUB)
L-Andre Petroski (DEC)
L-Joseph Pyfer (TKO)
33Jun Yong Park17-67-3L-Andre Muniz (DEC)
W-Albert Duraev (SUB)
W-Denis Tiuliulin (SUB)
34Ikram Aliskerov15-12-0W-Warlley Alves (TKO)
W-Phil Hawes (KO)
W-Mario Filipe de Sousa (SUB)
35Michal Oleksiejczuk19-87-6L-Kevin Holland (SUB)
L-Michel Pereira (SUB)
W-Chidi Njokuani (TKO)
36Roman Kopylov13-35-3W-Cesar Almeida (DEC)
L-Anthony Hernandez (SUB)
W-Josh Fremd (KO)
37Edmen Shahbazyan13-46-4W-A.J. Dobson (KO)
L-Anthony Hernandez (TKO)
W-Dalcha Lungiambula (TKO)
38Marc-Andre Barriault17-76-6L-Chris Curtis (DEC)
W-Eryk Anders (DEC)
W-Julian Marquez (TKO)
39Eryk Anders16-88-8W-Jamie Pickett (DEC)
L-Marc-Andre Barriault (DEC)
W-Kyle Daukaus (TKO)
40Jacob Malkoun8-34-3W-Andre Petroski (TKO)
L-Cody Brundage (DQ)
W-Nick Maximov (DEC)
41Christian Leroy Duncan10-13-1W-Claudio Ribeiro (TKO)
W-Denis Tiuliulin (TKO)
L-Arman Petrosyan (DEC)
42Abusupiyan Magomedov26-6-12-2W-Warlley Alves (DEC)
L-Caio Borralho (DEC)
L-Sean Strickland (TKO)
43Dustin Stoltzfus15-52-4W-Puna Soriano (SUB)
L-Abusupiyan Magomedov (TKO)
W-Dwight Grant (DEC)
44Puna Soriano9-43-4L-Dustin Stoltzfus (SUB)
L-Romany Kopylov (TKO)
W-Dalcha Lungiambula (KO)
45Abdul Razak Alhassan12-66-6L-Joseph Pyfer (SUB)
W-Claudio Ribeiro (KO)
L-Joaquin Buckley (DEC)
46Julian Marquez9-43-3L-Marc-Andre Barriault (TKO)
L-Gregory Rodrigues (KO)
W-Sam Alvey (SUB)
47Josh Fremd11-52-3L-Roman Kopylov (KO)
W-Jamie Pickett (DEC)
W-Sendriques Dumas (SUB)
48Sendriques Dumas9-22-2WAbu Azaitar (DEC)
W-Cody Brundage (DEC)
L-Nursulton Ruziboev (TKO)
49Cody Brundage10-64-5L-Bo Nickal (SUB)
W-Zachary Reese (KO)
W-Jacob Malkoun (DQ)
50Aliaskhab Khizriev14-01-0NC-Makhmud Muradov (NC)
W-Denis Tiuliulin (SUB)
W-Henrique Shiguemoto (SUB)
51Dusko Todorovic12-43-4L-Christian Duncan (TKO)
W-Jordan Wright (TKO)
L-Chidi Njokuani (KO)
52Ihor Potieria21-52-3L-Michel Pereira (SUB)
W-Robert Bryczek (DEC)
L-Rodolfo Bellato (TKO)
53A.J. Dobson7-31-3L-Edmen Shahbazyan (KO)
W-Tafon Nchukwi (DEC)
L-Armen Petrosyan (DEC)
54Cesar Almeida5-11-1L-Roman Kopylov (DEC)
W-Dylan Budka (TKO)
W-Lucas Fernando (DEC)
55Denis Tiuliulin10-91-4L-Christian Duncan (TKO)
L-Gregory Rodrigues (KO)
L-Jun Yong Park (SUB)
56Warlley Alves14-88-8L-Abusupiyan Magomedov (DEC)
L-Ikram Aliskerov (TKO)
L-Nicolas Dalby (DEC)
57Dylan Budka7-30-1L-Cody Brundage (KO)
W-Eli Aronov (SUB)
W-Tommie Britton (TKO)
58Robert Bryczek17-60-1L-Ihor Potieria (DEC)
W-Samuel Kristofic (TKO)
W-Lee Chadwick (KO)
59Abu Azaitar14-4-11-2L-Sendrique Dumas (DEC)
L-Marc-Andre Barriault (TKO)
W-Vitor Miranda (DEC)
60Zachary Reese6-10-1L-Cody Brundage (KO)
W-Eli Aronov (SUB)
W-Tommie Britton (TKO)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months
* Moving Divisions
* Yet to debut
Tresean Gore4-21-2W-Josh Fremd (SUB)
L-Cody Brundage (KO)
L-Bryan Battle (DEC)
Nick Diaz26-107-7L-Robbie Lawler (TKO)
NC-Anderson Silva (NC)
L-Georges St.Pierre (DEC)
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88 Comments on this post.
  • Vic harder
    19 February 2024 at 8:58 AM
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    Valentine Woodburn is now at welterweight

    • D.C. Ross
      22 February 2024 at 10:43 PM
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      Updated, thank you.

  • Austin
    6 November 2023 at 9:53 PM
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    Hey man if you ever need help email me. I keep a full division ranking of my own so I know how much goes into it.

  • PETTE TACKU
    6 September 2023 at 9:15 AM
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    Paul Craig gets to have his last 4 fights listed? How is that fair?

    • D.C. Ross
      28 October 2023 at 6:02 PM
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      Thank you, updated

  • Floyd henks
    20 July 2023 at 4:55 PM
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    Almost no way Stoltzfus at 1-4 in the UFC should be ahead of Todorovic 3-4 in the UFC

  • Rixardo nezwel
    20 July 2023 at 4:53 PM
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    Dumas ranked 10 spots ahead of Josh Fremd?! How the fuck does that make sense

  • Isiah Dillar
    20 July 2023 at 4:51 PM
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    Val woodburn was the most recent fight for Nickal…not Jamie Pickett

    • Ric
      29 July 2023 at 9:47 PM
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      You guys have Alex ranked 4 lol

  • Dwight Jefferies
    2 July 2023 at 5:08 PM
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    Aliaskhab Khizriev has surpassed 15 months of inactivity

  • Cullen Darkwa
    27 February 2023 at 8:41 AM
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    – Nate Diaz now at 18 months of inactivity, yet not pulled from rankings (white privilege)
    – Jordan Wright was released

  • BRENT BUCKNER
    13 February 2023 at 1:43 PM
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    Looks like shouldnt nick diaz be pulled from rankings…?

  • Andrew Hunt
    13 February 2023 at 9:12 AM
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    Keeping Nick Diaz in the rankings despite not having fought in around 17 months is a shocker to me.

  • Otto irth
    20 January 2023 at 6:53 AM
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    Nick Diaz passed 15 months no fights bruh…

  • Ryan reeCe
    1 January 2023 at 5:10 PM
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    Deron Winn was released on the day after Christmas

  • Hector jans
    1 January 2023 at 5:09 PM
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    Dalcha Lungiambula was released last week

  • Theo Carter
    27 December 2022 at 11:18 AM
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    Nick Diaz officially has passed 15 months of inactivity

  • Darius X. Songaila
    5 December 2022 at 10:50 AM
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    I know Till is fighting on Saturday but as of today he is at 15 months officially of inactivity.

  • PJ HELM
    25 November 2022 at 12:52 PM
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    Kelvin Gastelum has surpassed 15 months of inactivity.

  • Kenny mattix
    2 November 2022 at 6:30 AM
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    Hi mate, Nick Maximov was released yesterday

  • mAT kONGERA
    30 September 2022 at 9:38 AM
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    Alen Amedovski was released last week

    • D.C. Ross
      1 October 2022 at 8:18 PM
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      Updated

      • Yy
        23 November 2022 at 7:26 AM
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        Gastelum surpassed 15 months inactivity. Gotta come out

  • Dean Hayner
    6 September 2022 at 10:53 AM
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    Alessio di Chirrico has decided to retire after the loss to Kopylov.

  • Anron kattnus
    25 August 2022 at 3:01 PM
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    Isi Fitikefu is not an active fighter and hasn’t been in a long time.

  • Jeremy Emilio Diaz
    22 August 2022 at 11:24 AM
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    Yo bro what about Michal Oleksieczuk, he just comin off a win at 185 over sam alvey why he not bein ranked cuz?

    • D.C. Ross
      23 August 2022 at 12:28 AM
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      Updated, ty.

  • Tc
    21 August 2022 at 6:22 AM
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    Where’s Oleksiejczuk

    • D.C. Ross
      23 August 2022 at 12:28 AM
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      Updated, ty.

  • Pauna Toa
    21 August 2022 at 5:58 AM
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    Haha time to put Costa back in the rankings, uce

    • D.C. Ross
      23 August 2022 at 12:28 AM
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      Updated, ty.

  • PedRO NOvaro
    10 August 2022 at 10:50 AM
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    Sam Alvey was cut yesterday.
    Uriah Hall retired today.

  • Kayle nynA
    25 July 2022 at 5:44 AM
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    Dwight Grant was cut 3 days ago

  • James Jake
    19 July 2022 at 9:58 AM
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    Dustin Stoltzfus is 1-3 in the UFC, not 0-3

  • Austin
    23 May 2022 at 9:14 PM
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    Andre Petroski submitting Nick Maximov & Jun Yong Park getting the split decision win over Eryk Anders throws a HUGE wrench in the rankings lol. It’s tough deciding where to place everybody now. Because of the Gregory Rodriguez KO over Park, then Rodriguez losing to Petrosyan.

    In my personal rankings I have it:
    30. Arman Petrosyan
    Gregory Rodriguez
    Jun Yong Park
    Eryk Anders (Anders win over GM3 doesn’t hold weight anymore imo)
    Roman Dolidze
    Jacob Malkoun
    Bryan Battle (I feel his win over Andre still holds weight)
    Andre Petroski
    Nick Maximov
    39. Puna Soriano

    But I struggled to making that one. I’m anxious to see how you do it. Good luck lol

    • D.C. Ross
      4 June 2022 at 4:38 PM
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      Austin, fully agree, a lot of MMA math going on with that group you mentioned. I just updated the rankings and have it nearly identical to what you have beyond Malkoun a little higher.

      As for Battle, that’s my tough one! Maximov was a gigantic win for Petroski that unfortunately boosts him into another tier, though I think Battle will work his way up quickly. Who would think TUF can still produce some great fighters after all these years. Very bullish on Battle and Turcios finding future UFC success and a long career.

  • Joel Meyers
    13 April 2022 at 9:02 AM
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    • D.C. Ross
      24 April 2022 at 6:03 PM
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      Thank you, updated

  • Turner Namath
    10 February 2022 at 11:53 AM
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    Isi Fitikefu no longer listed on the UFC website among current or former fighters.

  • matt
    27 January 2022 at 5:38 AM
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    Tom Breese is no longer with the UFC. Has joined levels fight league.

    • D.C. Ross
      27 January 2022 at 8:33 AM
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      Thank you, updated!

  • Kyle Hung
    27 December 2021 at 11:48 AM
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    Costa still ranked as a middleweight? Goes entirely against your mantra on here…

    • D.C. Ross
      27 January 2022 at 8:30 AM
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      Updated, enough recent interviews where 205 will be his new home.

  • Jerry tAlkov
    10 September 2021 at 2:07 PM
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    Hi friend, Antonio Braga Neto was released this week

  • owen
    4 August 2021 at 10:03 PM
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    phil hawes should be ranked ahead of nassourdine and julian even tho he lost to julian because he was beating him the whole fight and has done better than julian in the big show

  • VONYA NIA
    2 August 2021 at 2:38 PM
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    So, Nassourdine Imavov lost to Phil Hawes (not Dawes, change that) – yet is ranked 11 spots ahead of him?

    • D.C. Ross
      2 August 2021 at 10:38 PM
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      Fixed on the last name, thank you! As for Nassourdine being ranked above Hawes despite a recent decision loss to him, their fight was razor-close and Nassourdine’s recent win over Heinisch is the highest ranked win for either fighter.

      • VONYA NIA
        3 August 2021 at 9:14 AM
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        Ian Heinisch? The same guy that’s lost 4/5?

        • D.C. Ross
          3 August 2021 at 10:01 PM
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          I understand the argument towards ranking Hawes higher. Heinisch may have lost 4 of 5, but all losses were against strong competition. Wins over Ferreira and Carlos Jr. keep Heinisch from dropping further down the ranks below fighters with more unproven records.

        • Matt ReiTer
          7 September 2021 at 11:44 AM
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          You have Imavov facing himself on November 6th. Do you just not proof read things before just clicking submit?

          • D.C. Ross
            7 September 2021 at 10:47 PM

            Sorry, updating over 500+ fighters weekly can lead to some manual errors. I don’t have a team of people like Sherdog or Tapology, just a 1-man show. I completely appreciate any errors users find so I can fix.

  • Trav krENzel
    18 July 2021 at 7:08 PM
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    Omari Akhmedov was released today.

  • Oliver LANDERSHECK
    9 July 2021 at 1:08 PM
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    Yo, Trevor Smith is no longer an active UFC fighter – he was removed officially from the UFC website in March 2020

  • AutI
    27 June 2021 at 5:37 PM
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    Huge fan of rankingmma, I literally look at these rankings every day. It’s the most accurate rankings without a doubt. When I done my rankings I basically copied rankingmma’s rankings at first and still to this day they are extremely close side by side.

    With that being said, Brendan Allen lost to Sean Strickland not Ian Heinisch. I don’t know if that changed anything but on my rankings Allen is ahead of Ian. Thanks guys!

    • D.C. Ross
      29 June 2021 at 9:57 PM
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      Thank you, results for that fight are updated. Very much appreciate the feedback and congrats on also creating your own rankings. Good to see another hardcore MMA fan.

      • Brock Wright
        2 August 2021 at 2:37 PM
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        Remove Trevor Smith- he’s off the UFC roster

  • TC
    9 December 2020 at 11:11 PM
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    Couple small changes my good sir:
    – Saparbek Safarov was released today
    – Carlos Ulberg is a light heavyweight, not a middleweight (his last victory at the DWCS was at LHW)

  • TC
    20 October 2020 at 8:50 PM
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    Hi friends! LOVE this site…small, small fix here:

    On Brad Tavares’ recent fights, “Israel” is misspelled “Isreal”

    • D.C. Ross
      21 October 2020 at 11:22 PM
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      Fixed, thank you!

      • TC
        1 November 2020 at 12:47 PM
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        Hi mate, under John Phillips, you show him losing to Dusko Todorovic by SUB when in reality he lost to Khamzat Chimaev by sub. Cheers!

        • D.C. Ross
          2 November 2020 at 9:51 PM
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          Fixed, thank you!

  • Bull
    6 November 2019 at 10:25 PM
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    Awesome to see you guys updated this! Keep up the hard work!

  • Bull
    18 October 2019 at 10:26 PM
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    When are you going to update the site? Adesanya’s still not the Middleweight champ.

  • jerjapan
    29 January 2017 at 8:55 AM
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    Love this site, but you got Spicely and Alvey mixed up … Alvey is the one on the four fight winning streak with a recent victory over the guy ranked ahead of him …

    • Patrick Johnson
      13 February 2017 at 5:46 AM
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      Went to Spicely’s record says he has lost 1 but if you scroll down it shows he lost to Alvey and sanchez..

    • D.C. Ross
      9 March 2017 at 8:10 PM
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      I hear you on Spicely vs. Alvey. Reminds me of when Brenneman defeated Rick Story. Yes, Alvey submitted Spicely, but after that Alvey lost a decision to Elias Theodorou. Elias was then soundly beaten by Thiago Santos. Then in a huge upset, Spicely submitted Santos.

      Until a few things sort out, the timeline is…Spicely>Santos>Theodorou>Alvey. Many can argue that Alvey’s biggest win is Marquardt, but remember, Santos beat Marquardt and Spicely beat Santos afterwards.

  • Patrick Johnson
    15 December 2016 at 9:57 AM
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    I think your tuff 23 winner will rise in this chart after his next fight. He is your #31 but already beat your # 19. That kid is tough/tuff/tough! He seems to get better every fight.

    • D.C. Ross
      15 December 2016 at 9:44 PM
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      Sanchez has looked real good. All he needs is a step up in competition to prove he belongs amongst the elite. He does have that win over Spicely, but that was prior to Spicely upsetting Thiago Santos. Thank you for your insight.

  • A.K johnson
    3 December 2016 at 11:38 PM
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    He killed by marshman

  • Mr.Snrub
    6 December 2014 at 7:43 PM
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    CM Punk is gonna die in the Octagon isn’t he?

  • Marcelo Menezes
    10 October 2013 at 8:08 AM
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    I wanna see Francis Carmont x Ronaldo Souza

    • Marcelo Menezes
      28 November 2013 at 9:55 AM
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      Thanks UFC!!!

      • D.C. Ross
        28 November 2013 at 11:28 AM
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        Agreed, thanks to the UFC and all of the fighters that give up time with their families to entertain us.

        • Andrew Craig
          25 April 2014 at 9:23 AM
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          Carmont entertains you?

  • Joe
    17 February 2013 at 5:34 AM
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    • rankingmma
      17 February 2013 at 9:17 AM
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      Thank you for the link and update. The change has been made.

  • rankingmma
    12 January 2013 at 6:39 PM
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    Done!

  • admin
    18 November 2012 at 10:52 AM
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    I do count it as a loss, but look at what was happening before the illegal shots were landed. Cote was rocked by Sakara’s big elbows and would have likely been finished had Sakara landed some legal blows.

    I want you to look back at Erick Silva vs. Carlo Prater before thinking I am crazy for the new rankings. Did you have Prater ranked above Silva after the DQ? I don’t think anyone did because Silva was surely going to win the fight had he not been disqualified. It is the same exact situation here with Cote-Sakara.

  • Jerry Clark
    14 November 2012 at 7:23 AM
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    Shoulb be Bisping Vs Weidmen and winnner should get
    title shot.

  • dWd
    22 October 2012 at 1:55 PM
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    Vitor Belfort should be No2,right?

  • dWd
    24 September 2012 at 8:48 PM
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    Well i was wrong about Stann and Bisping,Bisping fought smart and got the win.I agree with you putting him as No.1 contender,but i think there’s little chance of him points fighting his way to victory over Silva.As far as my rankings go,i’m moving Stann down rather than Bisping up.

    • admin
      25 September 2012 at 8:27 AM
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      It’s still tough ranking Bisping ahead of Weidman, but Weidman is lacking overall experience against the elite of the division. We know what we have with Bisping, a well-rounded fighter that has been able to hold his own against everyone not named Dan Henderson.

      Stann’s ground game is still holding him back and likely always will. All of his recent losses (Bisping, Sonnen, Davis, Soszynski) were attributed to him being taken down to the ground. Stann hits like a truck, but he can’t do that from his back.

      Anderson Silva vs. Bisping does not bode well for “The Count,” but he deserves his shot more so than some other former title challengers (Leites, Cote, Maia). Bisping has fought 17 times for the UFC since TUF 3. He has basically carried the flag for England’s MMA scene over the last 5 years. Plus, Silva vs. Bisping will create a lot more hype rather than Silva vs. Weidman. Sure, Weidman has the better chance of beating Silva, but Weidman is also just a few fights into his UFC career. This might be Bisping’s best and only shot at fighting for a title.

      • dWd
        25 September 2012 at 11:57 PM
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        Bisping is no chance if were being honest. Weidman needs clear win over Tim Boetsch now to pressure Dana to put him ahead of Bisping.

        • admin
          26 September 2012 at 9:23 AM
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          Yes, you are correct on both points. I wouldn’t mind seeing Bisping vs. Franklin in the meantime. People are sleeping on Franklin due to his age and inactivity, but the guy has more than held his own at MW. Bisping/Franklin could probably headline a European fight card. Of course this is all dependent on Franklin beating Cung Le next month.

  • dWdHELLCAT
    5 September 2012 at 11:43 PM
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    i have stann at 5 and bisping at 10,and stann wins,probably by knockout,but hey we’ll see. and has vitor really moved to LHW? or is his fight with jones just a one off? and i’m gunna wait till sonnen actually fights at LHW before i rank him as one.

    • admin
      6 September 2012 at 8:04 PM
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      I think Stann is a solid pick in this fight, but Bisping’s underrated wrestling may be the difference maker. As for Belfort, I agree with you, he is probably moving back to middleweight should he lose.

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