The UFC rankings have been current pursuing UFC 257! Check out all the improvements beneath!
Men’s Pound for Pound: Conor McGregor falls to #15 on the pound-for-pound rankings soon after his loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 257, creating Jan Blachowicz (#14) and Francis Ngannou (#13) to move in advance of him.
Women’s Pound for Pound: Carla Esparza moves up two places to #13, and Cynthia Calvillo (#14) and Claudia Gadelha (#15) transfer down just one location.
Strawweight: Marina Rodriguez moves up two spots to #6 immediately after her TKO of Amanda Ribas at UFC 257, producing Claudia Gadelha (#7) and Michelle Waterson (#8) to drop in the rankings. Ribas continues to be at #10.
Women’s Flyweight: Joanne Calderwood moves up to #6 right after defeating Jessica Eye at UFC 257, and Viviane Araujo moves up two spots soon after beating Roxanne Modafferi at UFC Battle Island 8. Meanwhile, Eye (#8) and Modafferi (#9) both of those transfer down.
Women’s Bantamweight: Julianna Pena only moves up a person location to #6 adhering to her UFC 257 victory in excess of Sara McMann, which will not assistance her initiatives to rating a title shot from Amanda Nunes. Pena’s go triggered Ketlen Vieira to fall one particular spot to #7.
Women’s Featherweight: N/A
Flyweight: Several modifications at flyweight. Kai Kara France moves up 1 location to #7, Matt Schnell moves up to a tie with Rogerio Bontorin at #8 subsequent Schnell’s acquire about Tyson Nam at UFC Battle Island 8. Tim Elliott moves up just one location to #11. Amir Albazi moves up two spots to #13 subsequent his UFC 257 win in excess of Zhalgas Zhumagulov. The closing fighter in the rankings who moved up is Su Mudaerji, who went from unranked to #13 immediately after defeating Zarrukh Adashev at UFC Fight Island 8. Transferring down in the rankings are Rogerio Bontorin (#8), David Dvorak (#12), and Tyson Nam (#15).
Bantamweight: No Alterations
Featherweight: Bryce Mitchell (#13) and Ryan Corridor (#14) swap locations.
Light-weight: Dustin Poirier replaces Justin Gaethje as the #1 contender at light-weight, and Michael Chandler debuts in the rankings at #4, a single location in advance of Tony Ferguson who is ranked #5. Both equally improvements arrive after Poirier’s and Chandler’s major wins at UFC 257. Meanwhile, Conor McGregor (#6) and Dan Hooker (#8) both equally drop two places. Chandler’s arrival has prompted all fighters rated #9-15 to fall just one spot.
Welterweight: Michael Chiesa moves up two places up to #6 right after defeating Neil Magny in the UFC Combat Island 8 headliner, which triggers Tyron Woodley (#7) and Deman Maia (#8) to fall just one place. Vicente Luque also moves up a single spot to #9 to develop into tied with Neil Magny.
Middleweight: Uriah Corridor (#8) and Kelvin Gastelum (#9) swap places, and Brad Tavares moves up 1 location to #13 after defeating Antonio Carlos Junior at UFC 257, leading to Omari Akhmedov to drop to #14.
Light Heavyweight: No Improvements
Heavyweight: Marcin Tybura drops a person spot to #15.
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