UFC Women’s Featherweight 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
1Amanda Nunes21-414-1W-Megan Anderson (SUB)
W-Felicia Spencer (DEC)
W-Germaine de Randamie (DEC)
Julianna Pena
12/11/2021
2Norma Dumont7-13-1W-Aspen Ladd (DEC)
W-Felicia Spencer (DEC)
W-Ashlee Evans-Smith (DEC)
3Felicia Spencer8-32-3L-Norma Dumont (DEC)
L-Amanda Nunes (DEC)
W-Zarah Fairn (TKO)
Leah Letson
11/13/2021
4Aspen Ladd9-24-2L-Norma Dumont (DEC)
W-Yana Kunitskaya (TKO)
L-Germaine de Randamie (TKO)
Ineligible for Rankings
* Suspension
* Inactivity>15 months
* Moving Divisions
* Yet to debut
Leah Letson5-11-0W-Julija Stoliarenko (DEC)
L-Macy Chiasson (KO)
W-Bea Malecki (DEC)
Felicia Spencer
11/13/2021
Zarah dos Santos6-40-2L-Felicia Spencer (TKO)
L-Megan Anderson (SUB)
W-Izabela Badurek (TKO)
Danyelle Wolf1-00-0W-Taneisha Tennant (DEC)
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We are the only source that uses computerized analytics rankings system & actual fight footage to determine rankings similar. The reason we do this is to avoid ranking bias. By using analytics, fighters are scored no matter their popularity or hype. From there, tiers are created and fighters are ranked from within those tiers.

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.

Actual fight footage is reviewed, regardless of promotion in order to formulate our rankings.

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= Inactivity over 15 months
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