The UFC rankings have been current pursuing UFC 252! Check out out all the variations underneath!
Men’s Pound for Pound: Daniel Cormier drops 1 location to #7 next his loss to Stipe Miocic in the UFC 252 headliner, with Alexander Volkanovski moving up to the #6 location. In the meantime, Justin Gaethje rises to #8, and Max Holloway falls to #10.
Women’s Pound for Pound: No Variations
Strawweight: Virna Jandiroba debuts in the rankings at #15 after earning a initially-round submission victory about Felice Herrig at UFC 252.
Women’s Flyweight: No Changes
Women’s Bantamweight: No Modifications
Women’s Featherweight: N/A
Flyweight: No Modifications
Bantamweight: Marlon Vera is now a rated UFC bantamweight, coming in at #14 right after defeating Sean O’Malley. After Merab Dvalishvi’s victory above John Dodson, Dodson falls to #15 when Dvalishvi sits two places outdoors the major 10 at #12. Rob Font (#9) and Dominick Cruz (#10) each and every transfer up a single posture while Stamann drops a person location to share the #10 situation with Cruz.
Featherweight: Dan Ige moves up just one placement to be tied with Sodiq Yusuff at #11.
Lightweight: No Variations
Welterweight: No Alterations
Middleweight: Marvin Vettori drops one place to #15.
Light-weight Heavyweight: No Alterations
Heavyweight: Big shakeups at heavyweight subsequent Stipe Miocic closing out his trilogy from Daniel Cormier with a victory. Cormier is now ranked at #3 powering the new #1 contender Francis Ngannou and #2 Curtis Blaydes. “Bigi Boy” Jairzinho Rozenstruik moves up two spots to be tied with Derrick Lewis at #4 to near out the new-look top rated 5. Alistair Overeem is now at #6, with previous winner Junior dos Santos slipping to #7. At the base of the rankings, Blagoy Ivanov returns to the record at #15, with Sergei Pavlovich (#13) and Ciryl Gane (#14) both equally going up just one posture.
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