UFC Welterweight 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)

Rank  FighterOVRUFCLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Kamaru Usman19-114-0W-Jorge Masvidal (KO)
W-Gilbert Burns (TKO)
W-Jorge Masvidal (DEC)
Colby Covington
11/06/2021
2Gilbert Burns20-413-4W-Stephen Thompson (DEC)
L-Kamaru Usman (TKO)
W-Tyron Woodley (DEC)
3Colby Covington16-211-2W-Tyron Woodley (TKO)
L-Kamaru Usman (TKO)
W-Robbie Lawler (DEC)
Kamaru Usman
11/06/2021
4Vicente Luque21-7-114-3W-Michael Chiesa (SUB)
W-Tyron Woodley (SUB)
W-Randy Brown (KO)
5Leon Edwards19-311-2W-Nate Diaz (DEC)
NC-Belal Muhammad (NC)
W-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
Jorge Masvidal
12/11/2021
6Stephen Thompson16-5-111-5-1L-Gilbert Burns (DEC)
W-Geoff Neal (DEC)
W-Vicente Luque (DEC)
7Jorge Masvidal35-1512-8L-Kamaru Usman (KO)
L-Kamaru Usman (DEC)
W-Nate Diaz (TKO)
Leon Edwards
12/11/2021
8Michael Chiesa18-511-5L-Vicente Luque (SUB)
W-Neil Magny (DEC)
W-Rafael dos Anjos (DEC)
Sean Brady
11/20/2021
9Neil Magny25-818-7W-Geoff Neal (DEC)
L-Michael Chiesa (DEC)
W-Robbie Lawler (DEC)
10Li Jingliang18-610-4W-Santiago Ponzinibbio (KO)
L-Neil Magny (DEC)
W-Elizeu Zaleski (TKO)
Khamzat Chimaev
10/30/2021
11Santiago Ponzinibbio28-410-3W-Miguel Baeza (DEC)
L-Li Jingliang (KO)
W-Neil Magny (KO)
Geoff Neal
12/11/2021
12Belal Muhammad19-39-3W-Demian Maia (DEC)
NC-Leon Edwards (NC)
W-Dhiego Lima (DEC)
13Nate Diaz20-1315-11L-Leon Edwards (DEC)
L-Jorge Masvidal (TKO)
W-Anthony Pettis (DEC)
14Daniel Rodriguez16-26-1W-Kevin lee (DEC)
W-Preston Parsons (TKO)
W-Mike Perry (DEC)
15Kevin Lee18-711-7L-Daniel Rodriguez (DEC)
L-Charles Oliveira (SUB)
W-Gregor Gillespie (KO)
16Geoff Neal13-45-2L-Neil Magny (DEC)
L-Stephen Thompson (DEC)
W-Mike Perry (TKO)
Santiago Ponzinibbio
12/11/2021
17Sean Brady14-04-0W-Jake Matthews (SUB)
W-Christian Aguilera (SUB)
W-Ismail Naurdiev (DEC)
Michael Chiesa
11/20/2021
18Robbie Lawler29-1513-9W-Nick Diaz (TKO)
L-Neil Magny (DEC)
L-Colby Covington (DEC)
19Muslim Salikhov18-25-1W-Francisco Trinaldo (DEC)
W-Elizeu Zaleski (DEC)
W-Laureano Staropoli (DEC)
20Elizeu Zaleski22-78-3L-Muslim Salikhov (DEC)
W-Alexey Kunchenko (DEC)
L-Li Jingliang (TKO)
Benoit Saint-Denis
10/30/2021
21Khamzat Chimaev9-03-0W-Gerald Meerschaert (KO)
W-Rhys McKee (TKO)
W-John Phillips (SUB)
Li Jingliang
10/30/2021
22Miguel Baeza10-13-1L-Santiago Ponzinibbio (DEC)
W-Takashi Sato (SUB)
W-Matt Brown (TKO)
Kalinn Williams
11/13/2021
23Shavkat Rakhmonov14-02-0W-Michel Prazeres (SUB)
W-Alex Oliveira (SUB)
W-Tiago Lacerda (TKO)
24Jake Matthews17-510-5L-Sean Brady (SUB)
W-Diego Sanchez (DEC)
W-Emil Meek (DEC)
Jeremiah Wells
12/04/2021
25Michel Pereira25-114-2W-Niko Price (DEC)
W-Kalinn Williams (DEC)
W-Zelim Imadaev (SUB)
26Niko Price16-58-5W-Alex Oliveira (DEC)
L-Michel Pereira (DEC)
NC-Donald Cerrone (NC)
27Tim Means32-12-114-8W-Nicolas Dalby (DEC)
W-Mike Perry (DEC)
W-Laureano Staropoli (DEC)
28Nicolas Dalby19-5-13-4-1L-Tim Means (DEC)
W-Daniel Rodriguez (DEC)
L-Jesse Ronson (SUB)
29Alex Morono20-79-4W-David Zawada (DEC)
W-Donald Cerrone (TKO)
L-Anthony Pettis (DEC)
30Max Griffin18-86-6W-Carlos Condit (DEC)
W-Kenan Song (KO)
W-Ramiz Brahimaj (TKO)
31Donald Cerrone36-1622-13L-Alex Morono (TKO)
NC-Niko Price (NC)
L-Anthony Pettis (DEC)
32Matt Brown23-1816-12W-Dhiego Lima (KO)
L-Carlos Condit (DEC)
L-Miguel Baeza (TKO)
Bryan Barberena
12/04/2021
33Randy Brown14-48-4W-Jared Gooden (DEC)
W-Alex Oliveira (SUB)
L-Vicente Luque (KO)
34Kalinn Williams12-23-1W-Matt Semelsberger (DEC)
L-Michel Pereira (DEC)
W-Abdul Razak Alhassan (KO)
Miguel Baeza
11/13/2021
35James Krause29-810-4W-Claudio Silva (DEC)
L-Trevin Giles (DEC)
W-Sergio Moraes (KO)
36Mike Perry14-87-8L-Daniel Rodriguez (DEC)
L-Tim Means (DEC)
W-Mickey Gall (DEC)
37Alex Oliveira22-11-111-9L-Niko Price (DEC)
L-Randy Brown (SUB)
L-Shavkat Rakhmonov (SUB)
38Dwight Grant11-33-2W-Stefan Sekulic (DEC)
L-Daniel Rodriguez (KO)
W-Alan Jouban (DEC)
Francisco Trinaldo
10/23/2021
39Francisco Trinaldo26-816-7L-Muslim Salikhov (DEC)
W-Jai Herbert (TKO)
W-John Makdessi (DEC)
Dwight Grant
10/23/2021
40Danny Roberts17-56-4W-Zelim Imadaev (KO)
L-Michel Pereira (KO)
L-Claudio Silva (SUB)
Ramazan Emeev
10/16/2021
41Ramazan Emeev20-55-2L-Danny Roberts (DEC)
W-David Zawada (DEC)
W-Niklas Stolze (DEC)
42Dhiego Lima15-94-7L-Matt Brown (KO)
L-Belal Muhammad (DEC)
W-Luke Jumeau (DEC)
43Court McGee20-109-9W-Claudio Silva (DEC)
L-Carlos Condit (DEC)
L-Sean Brady (DEC)
Ramiz Brahimaj
01/15/2022
44Claudio Silva14-35-2L-Court McGee (DEC)
L-James Krause (DEC)
W-Cole Williams (SUB)
45Lyman Good21-63-3L-Belal Muhammad (DEC)
W-Chance Rencountre (TKO)
L-Demian Maia (SUB)
46Carlston Harris17-42-0W-Impa Kasanganay (TKO)
W-Christian Aguilera (SUB)
W-Saygid Izagakhmaev (SUB)
47Matt Semelsberger8-32-1W-Martin Sano (KO)
L-Kalinn Williams (DEC)
W-Jason Witt (KO)
48Jeremiah Wells9-2-11-0W-Warlley Alves (KO)
W-Marco Smallman (SUB)
W-Mumia Abu Dey-Ali (KO)
Jake Matthews
12/04/2021
49Warlley Alves14-58-5L-Jeremiah Wells (KO)
W-Mounir Lazzez (TKO)
L-Randy Brown (SUB)
50Michel Prazeres26-410-4L-Shavkat Rakhmonov (SUB)
L-Ismail Naurdiev (DEC)
W-Bartosz Fabinski (SUB)
51Mounir Lazzez10-21-1L-Warlley Alves (TKO)
W-Abdul Razak Alhassan (DEC)
W-Arber Murati (TKO)
52Takashi Sato16-42-2L-Miguel Baeza (SUB)
W-Jason Witt (TKO)
L-Belal Muhammad (SUB)
53David Zawada17-61-3L-Alex Morono (DEC)
L-Ramazan Emeev (DEC)
W-Abubakar Nurmagomedov (SUB)
54Abubakar Nurmagomedov16-3-11-1W-Jared Gooden (DEC)
L-David Zawada (SUB)
D-Bojan Velickovic (DEC)
55Kenan Song15-54-2L-Max Griffin (KO)
W-Callan Potter (KO)
W-Derrick Krantz (DEC)
56Mickey Gall7-36-3W-Jordan Williams (SUB)
L-Mike Perry (DEC)
W-Salim Touahri (DEC)
57Jason Witt19-72-2W-Bryan Barberena (DEC)
L-Matt Semelsberger (KO)
W-Cole Williams (SUB)
Philip Rowe
02/05/2022
58Bryan Barberena15-86-6L-Jason Witt (DEC)
W-Anthony Ivy (DEC)
L-Randy Brown (TKO)
Matt Brown
12/04/2021
59Impa Kasanganay9-22-2L-Carlston Harris (TKO)
W-Sasha Palatnikov (SUB)
L-Joaquin Buckley (KO)
60Gabriel Green10-31-1W-Phil Rowe (DEC)
L-Daniel Rodriguez (DEC)
W-Richard LeRoy (KO)
61Jared Gooden18-71-3L-Randy Brown (DEC)
W-Niklas Stolze (KO)
L-Abubakar Nurmagomedov (DEC)
62Phil Rowe8-31-1W-Orion Cosce (TKO)
L-Gabriel Green (DEC)
W-Leon Shahbazyan (TKO)
Jason Witt
02/05/2022
63Jordan Williams9-50-2L-Mickey Gall (SUB)
L-Nassourdine Imavov (DEC)
W-Gregory Rodrigues (KO)
Ian Garry
11/06/2021
64Preston Parsons9-30-1L-Daniel Rodriguez (TKO)
W-Jeff Peterson (SUB)
W-Wesley Golden (SUB)
65Ramiz Brahimaj9-31-1W-Sasha Palatnikov (SUB)
L-Max Griffin (TKO)
W-Carlos Martinez (SUB)
Court McGee
01/15/2022
66Sasha Palatnikov6-41-2L-Ramiz Brahimaj (SUB)
L-Impa Kasanganay (SUB)
W-Louis Cosce (TKO)
67Louis Cosce7-10-1L-Sasha Palanikov (TKO)
W-Victor Reyna (TKO)
W-Art Hernandez (KO)
68Orion Cosce7-10-1L-Philip Rowe (TKO)
W-Matt Dixon (TKO)
W-Wally Wester (KO)
69Niklas Stolze12-50-2L-Jared Gooden (KO)
L-Ramazan Emeev (DEC)
W-Omar Santana (DEC)
70Martin Sano4-3-10-1L-Matt Semelsberger (KO)
D-Diego Herzog (DEC)
L-Danasabe Mohammed (TKO)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months
* Moving Divisions
* Yet to debut
Gunnar Nelson17-5-18-5L-Gilbert Burns (DEC)
L-Leon Edwards (DEC)
W-Alex Oliveira (SUB)
Sergey Khandozhko
26-6-11-1L-Rustam Khabilov (DEC)
W-Rostem Akman (DEC)
W-Adriano Rodrigues (KO)
Mike Jackson1-11-1W-Phil Brooks (DEC)
L-Mickey Gall (SUB)
Jesse Ronson22-101-3W-Nicolas Dalby (SUB)
W-Troy Lamson (SUB)
L-Nikolay Aleksakhin (TKO)
Ramazan Kuramagomedov8-00-0W-Trevor Ollison (SUB)
W-Melisbek Abdrakhmanov (SUB)
W-Jordan Williams (DEC)
Ramazan Kuramagomedov8-00-0W-Arkaitz Gudari (SUB)
W-Luan Santiago (SUB)
W-Mario Saeed (TKO)
Elizeu Zaleski
10/30/2021
Ian Garry7-00-0W-Jack Grant (DEC)
W-Rostem Akman (KO)
W-Lawrence Tracey (TKO)
Jordan Williams
11/06/2021
Calen Born7-10-0W-Craig Fairley (SUB)
L-Austin Jones (DEC)
W-Kassius Kayne (DEC)
Dean Barry3-10-0W-Abdullah Boushehri (KO)
W-Corey Samuels (TKO)
L-Anthony Taylor (SUB)
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Here is the rankings criteria that encompasses a fighter ranking:
- Most recent performance
- Performance against top competition
- Estimated ability against future competition
- Strength of competition
- Activity in the last 3 years
- Last 5 fights

There are many fighters sporting undefeated records from developing fight scenes, especially abroad. Something we take into consideration is the strength of competition they have faced. If a fighter has compiled a bunch of wins against competition that is lackluster they will likely have a difficult time moving up in the rankings until they face stiffer competition in order for us to accurately predict how they would perform against exceedingly tougher competition.

If a fighter has fought elite competition and fallen short, we factor in how they performed. If a fighter fairs well against a higher-ranked adversary, they could still move up in the rankings.

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39 Comments on this post.
  • DAMON MARTIN
    2 August 2021 at 2:59 PM
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    Some Notes:
    – Siyar Bahazurada retired from MMA in June 2020
    – Luan Chagas contract was not renewed after his last fight in 2018
    – Alberto Mina was released in 2018
    – Pascal Krauss has not had a fight in 8 years
    – Bradley Scott retired from mma sometime after his suspension
    – Dong Hyun-Kim retired from mma sometime after his last fight

    • D.C. Ross
      3 August 2021 at 12:33 AM
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      Hi Damon, Thanks for the comment. Big props to all you do at MMAweekly. I was able to make the updates you suggested by finding references for everyone but Krauss and Mina. I think it’s safe to presume Krauss’ retirement, but Mina not 100% sure. As we all saw recently with Matt Wiman (5-year absence) and Jarjis Danho (5 years), I would hate to remove a fighter from the roster without confirmation. If you can find me any link, would be glad to update the site.

      • Ty Newman
        5 August 2021 at 12:41 PM
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        Yo damon martin is a legend… not damon obvi but i found mina UFC page and his status says “not fighting” versus “active” https://www.ufc.com/athlete/alberto-mina

        wikipedia page also stated he been released, not sure if it can be trusted tho . props!

        • D.C. Ross
          7 August 2021 at 10:20 AM
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          Thank you Ty! Just what was needed to remove Mina. Heard Mina is a great coach so best of luck to him in his future pursuits.

  • Matt
    2 August 2021 at 12:04 PM
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    Bradley Scott is retired from MMA.

  • Matt koHler
    29 July 2021 at 8:17 AM
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    Bro what, Chad Laprise was released from the UFC in March 2020 lmao.

  • Bront thurston
    9 July 2021 at 1:10 PM
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    hello – emil meek was released from the UFC last week. thank u.

  • Ufc fan
    23 November 2020 at 8:07 AM
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    Where are Leon Edward’s and Santiago Ponzinhibio in the welterweight rankings?

    • D.C. Ross
      26 November 2020 at 7:59 AM
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      Both were removed from the rankings due to inactivity. Fighters are ineligible after 15 months of inactivity. FightMatrix is 450 days, while the UFC is supposed to be 12 months, but they rarely uphold that. At the bottom of each rankings page, I do list the fighters currently ineligible due to suspension, inactivity.

  • Bernardo
    21 October 2020 at 10:41 AM
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    As of today, Leon Edwards technically hasn’t fought for more than 15 months. According to your site’s system doesn’t that mean he should be ineligible for rankings? Or are you making the timeframe a bit longer than usual due to covid? (I am just curious, not hating)

  • TC
    20 October 2020 at 8:47 PM
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    Hi friends, a couple quick notes to help you out here:

    1) The 2nd “Abubakar Nurmagomedov” on this list (#67) is actually Gabriel Green
    2) Zelim Imadaev has been released
    3) James Vick has been released
    4) Jeremiah Wells is missing a photo

    • D.C. Ross
      21 October 2020 at 11:20 PM
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      Thank you for #1, now fixed!

  • InaccessIbleMaNhole
    4 October 2020 at 4:39 PM
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    Hey Rustam Khabilov recently retired, might wanna take him off the rankings when you have the opportunity.

    • D.C. Ross
      6 October 2020 at 12:18 AM
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      Hello, Khabilov was removed from the UFC rankings, but remains in the World Rankings as he signed with Bellator. Thank you for your comment.

  • Ryan
    21 January 2020 at 9:18 PM
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    on what planet is conor ranked above leon edwards at WW?

    • Santiago Farina
      31 May 2020 at 7:57 AM
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      Man you missing Santiago Ponzinibbio that ranking is messed up as well . Do more research.

      • D.C. Ross
        6 June 2020 at 7:46 AM
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        The reason he is missing is he has not fought in over 15 months, which is a requirement to be ranked. Ponzinibbio’s last fight was on 11/17/2018.

  • James
    20 January 2020 at 7:10 PM
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    Conor In the top 5 for taking out 15 or whatever cerrone wtf is this I used to have a lot of respect
    For this ranking site but come on that is illegitimate as fuck

  • Ray
    4 August 2019 at 7:56 PM
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    Zaleski is 7-1 in the UFC, How come he’s fighting a NR fighter?

    • D.C. Ross
      11 August 2019 at 11:36 AM
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      My Guess is that the higher ranked fighters are turning down fights against him. Zaleski deserves a big fight at this point.

  • Gill
    26 November 2018 at 5:27 AM
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    Best rankings….. Thanks for updating

  • Richard Edwards
    16 April 2017 at 12:36 PM
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    to bad for rory, the guy he handled so easily is now the champ and he is with bellator. rory total domination over woodley

  • Johny Bravo
    21 January 2017 at 9:45 AM
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    cm punk is higher then nick diaz hehe

  • yossgold
    11 January 2015 at 5:31 AM
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    They update it after every UFC event (at least). Be cool.

  • Joe
    23 October 2012 at 2:49 AM
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    I think that Riddle (and Rivera at Bantamweight) should be out of the rankings until they fight next even though their suspension is over.

    It looks to me like Riddle’s last win over Clements is taken into consideration, if it’s a NC it should be treated as such.

    Just my opinion, keep suspended fighters non-ranked until they fight next.

    • admin
      24 October 2012 at 9:18 AM
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      Hmm, good point. I did remove Diaz, Shields, Leben, and Overeem, but those were longer suspensions.

  • dWd
    9 October 2012 at 4:16 PM
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    Good win for Mike Pierce, i thought Simpson’ corner could have done better to settle him down between rounds,tell him to reset and do same again,not get sloppy,but Mike Pierce is definately a gate keeper, the only guys he lost too are top guys.I hope i’m not wrong about Silva though and he’s only a couple big wins away from a title shot.

    • admin
      9 October 2012 at 9:17 PM
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      I still think Pierce should cut down to 155. It is obvious that he is carrying some extra weight around the midsection and his lack of height and reach does not help him one bit. I’m not sure if I’m ready to label Pierce a gatekeeper at this point. He’d have a decent shot at avenging his losses to Koscheck or Fitch if they were to face off again. Should of, could of though, and you are right, at this point Pierce is sitting on the outside of the top contenders list.

      As for silva, if he beats Fitch, it’s going to be a race between him and Rory MacDonald to see which prospect claims a title shot first. Considering GSP is still welterweight champion, we will likely see Silva claim that future shot if he can win his next couple of fights.

      • dWd
        15 October 2012 at 2:47 AM
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        I may have been wrong about Silva, but i wasn’t wrong about Fitch i’ve always had him top 3 in my rankings. should look at moving Silva down now to around 15 maybe you think? and Demian Maia up. i have Maia at 11 but my rankings look a lot different to yours,i have Fitch and Koscheck higher and Condit and Kampmann lower and of course i still have Diaz and Penn in my top ten.

        • admin
          16 October 2012 at 1:50 PM
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          Maia got a nice boost in the rankings and will hopefully face off with Fitch next. As for Erick Silva, he put on a good performance and his stock did not drop much. I still have him ranked behind a solid grappler like Pierce, but ahead of Story, Alves, Akiyama, Kim, all of whom are struggling or coming off losses themselves.

          I do find some merit behind your Fitch and Koscheck ranked above Condit and Kampmann statement. It all had to do with timing. Fitch and Kos were struggling with injuries and recent losses, while Condit and Kampmann struck while the iron was hot. Do I think Fitch would beat Condit? It would be a great fight that I would be slightly leaning towards Fitch to grind out.

  • dWd
    12 September 2012 at 12:35 AM
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    Erick Silva could be ranked higher and Mike Pierce lower.

    • admin
      12 September 2012 at 10:54 PM
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      I agree, Silva is a future star. If he can get past Fitch, Silva should skyrocket into the Top 5. Pierce’s only losses in recent years have been close decisions to Fitch, Hendricks, and Koscheck. Pierce below Thiago Silva or Rick Story could be debated, but Story is still trying to bounce from his loss to Brenneman. Dong Hyun Kim, Aaron Simpson, Akiyama, etc. could all leapfrog Pierce with a signature win, but the entire welterweight division has been in neutral for the last few months.

  • Joe
    20 June 2012 at 12:05 PM
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    Dude, your rankings are awesome and realistic, some people don’t understand that fighter rankings aren’t just “who I think is better, there’s a lot of “who beat who” other stuff coming into consideration.

    Don’t pay attention to any of the haters, people who have a problem with your rankings should try maintaining their own ranking lists and see if they can do a better job.

    No one is forcing them to use yours.

    • admin
      20 August 2012 at 9:44 PM
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      Thank you, I appreciate the respectful comments.

  • Poop
    2 June 2012 at 7:46 PM
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    Kampmann should be ahead of Koscheck, easily.

  • Beighz
    4 July 2011 at 3:24 PM
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    Brenneman 8?   lol

    • admin
      8 July 2011 at 2:40 PM
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      I moved Brenneman down this week, feeling that Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann deserve a bump up comparing their recent fight history with Brenneman, Story, Alves, etc. Brenneman may not have won pretty, but he won and knocked off one of the fastest rising stars in the 170-pound division.

    • Honest man
      3 June 2012 at 8:44 PM
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      None of the above comments make sense, i think  the rankings here are almost a hundred percent right, Kampmann is not ahead of Koshchek, Brenneman deserves to be at where it is, and why would anyone care about the 25th place and under? your lame

      • Joe
        23 August 2012 at 2:09 AM
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        To be fare, the comments ARE from 2011 🙂

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