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Cole Escovedo. Daniel Straus. Conor McGregor. I realize that Elkins and Lentz are around Top 10 currently, but this is a completely different weight class and time frame than when Oliveira fought them.
If Oliveira fought them again, I do think he would win, but that does not give me the luxury to move him up the ranks at this time. Where do you believe he should be ranked?
You stated at least Top 15, but does he really deserve to be ranked higher than Hioki, Elkins, Hacran Dias, and Gamburyan?
A case could be made for Oliveira above Gamburyan, but Manny has had much more relevance at lbs. UFC just got better,Lamas Vs.
Koch announced as well as Wineland Vs. Pickett, Stacked Card!!!! Wineland-Pickett should be a solid fight. Lamas vs. Koch is a perfect matchup to see which one of these contenders is for real.
The UFC on Fox card is stacked as well. I think everyone that watched that fight had it scored for Ogle except the judges. In rare cases when a decision is completely off base, we still try to rank fighters based on their performance rather than just the final outcome, especially when it comes down to a decision.
A few more examples of this happening were Mizugaki vs. Cariaso, Maldonado vs. Pokrajac, Nam vs. Garcia I, Jung vs. Garcia I, Dunham vs.
Sherk, and Griffin vs. The rankings have been updated, thanks for the comment. I went back and watched the fight again.
I dropped Ogle below Corassani now. I had my money on Diego Nunes in this fight wth Palaszewski,he almost gave me heart attack in that 3rd round.
The reasoning for Nunes being ranked ahead of Siver is that their fight was also a razor-thin decision. I scored it a draw r1 -Siver, r2-draw, r3-Nunes , but obviously the judges awarded Siver the decision.
His loss was a one-sided 1st round stoppage to Cerrone. Look a bit farther back and there is the decision loss to Pearson and all the sudden I am wondering how solid Siver is against top-level competition.
So, why is Nunes currently ranked higher than Siver. Well, he just beat Palaszewski in fairly dominating fashion. His record is littered with close decisions, but many of those fights were against former title contenders at Florian, Brown, Gamburyan , two of which he won.
I always refer back to their head-to-head matchup if possible and in this case, it was a draw on my scorecards. To be honest, I will take a closer look at the situation.
It is reminding me of the similar situation with Stefan Struve in the heavyweight division. In this case, Struve lost to both the guys ranked ahead of him Browne, Nelson.
Yes, Struve is on a solid winning streak, but most if it is against lesser competition. It is difficult to wade through as many things come down to who is the best fighter at this current point in time.
I still think Nelson and Brown would beat Struve if they were to fight again. I am leaning towards Nunes beating Siver, considering he won the latter portions of the fight.
Agreed on all accounts with your statement. I try to take all opinion out of the rankings, but at times it is really difficult. Was it close, definitely, but not close enough for the judges to screw that up.
The same can be said for a ton of decisions. It is only when the judges get it really wrong do I ever try to step in. Any other oversights you have seen in the rankings?
My kneejerk reaction of Nunes over Siver has been corrected. I am always looking for input to make these the most accurate rankings out there. With mere seconds left in the round, McGregor connected with a jab combination, and continued to connect with Mendes on the ground, causing the referee to stop the match.
That result catapulted McGregor even further towards stardom and, thanks in no small part to his trash talking and promotional skills, the unification fight with Aldo became even more hotly anticipated.
McGregor spent much of the build-up to the fight taunting Aldo, which many people suggested laid the groundwork for what finally transpired at UFC Clearly disorientated, Aldo sustained two more hammer blows on the ground before the referee called the fight.
McGregor had been by far the biggest draw in the featherweight division for a number of years, so when he decided to move up the weight classes after he became featherweight champion, he brought a lot of the media attention with him.
He remained featherweight champion for two years, without actually defending his title. He won the fight with a unanimous decision using a combination of low kicks and out striking his opponent.
In a controversial fight, in which de Randamie threw some punches after the bell which hurt Holm, de Randamie was declared the winner by unanimous decision.
Instead, Cyborg faced Tonya Evinger for the vacant title, knocking her out in the third round. Cyborg defended her title twice in the following year, first defeating Holly Holm by unanimous decision and then knocking out Yana Kunitskaya.
At UFC , Cybord defended her title against Amanda Nunes, who was moving up from bantamweight to challenge for the belt.
In an extremely dominant display of powerful punching, Nunes knocked Cyborg out in 51 seconds, becoming the first woman to hold titles at two different weight classes simultaneously.
Featherweight fighters are light enough to have good agility and the ability to move for multiple rounds, while also heavy enough to regularly stop fights with punching power.
The men that have dominated the division, while being proficient wrestlers, are all chiefly known for their powerful striking ability: McGregor, Aldo, Holloway.
The same is true of the women, with Amanda Nunes winning her recent title through sheer punching power.
While fights can go the distance, early stoppages are common. When sheer power is at play, the potential for upsets is also higher since an underdog fighter may only need to land one punch to end a fight.
Another lesson that we can learn from the history of the featherweight division is the importance of recognizing when a fighter has passed their peak, or age is catching up with them.
UFC fighters are streaky, and once their momentum is halted and the aura of invincibility disappears it can be hard to recover. Cruz emerged victorious via unanimous decision, and successfully defended his title the following year against Urijah Faber.
However, a series of injuries hampered Cruz as he had to continually delay various title defenses. Eventually, he was forced to vacate the bantamweight title in , and Renan Barao was promoted from interim to undisputed champion.
Although he successfully defended his unified title against Faber at UFC , a few months later he was beaten by T.
Dillashaw at UFC Dillashaw was a big underdog going into the fight, and it remains one of the great upsets in UFC history.
An immediate rematch was on the cards, until Barao had health issues related to his weight cut, and had to withdraw.
Dillashaw instead successfully defended his belt against Joe Soto. The re-match with Barao eventually occurred in June , and once again Dillashaw dispatched with his opponent via TKO.
Dominick Cruz had finally overcome his series of injuries to make his return, four years after his last title fight.
In an epic five-round encounter Cruz narrowly regained his title on a split decision. Garbrandt was unable to hold the title for too long, after he was knocked out by Dillashaw at UFC After successfully defending his title in a rematch, and an unsuccessful shot at the flyweight title against Henry Cejudo, Dillashaw was banned in for failing a drug test, leaving the bantamweight title open.
Rousey was the first female athlete UFC ever signed, and was immediately installed as the bantamweight champion on her arrival.
Rousey set about consolidating her dominance with a series of breathtaking title defences. Early in her career she favored using an armbar to force opponents to submit, a habit she carried into her first two title defences.
Later she began to utilize her sheer striking power more, relying on an early blitz to overwhelm her opponent. Indeed, her last three successful title defences were ended at , and respectively.
For the years that Rousey was the bantamweight champion she was not just the most dominant UFC fighter in her division, but one of the most dominant athletes in the world.
Despite an incredibly impressive performance and one of the biggest upsets in UFC history, Holm was unable to defend her title, losing to Miesha Tate in her next fight.
As we start to move to heavier categories, the style of fighting shifts slightly from being predominantly wrestling based to being more mixed.
Speed and agility are still very important, but with slightly higher weight more powerful styles can be effective too. Fighters with diverse abilities can be extremely successful — for example Ronda Rousey was equally effective with heavy punches as she was with her trademark armbar.
Nevertheless, anyone who was able to look through the hype and identify that the power of Holly Holm would cause Rousey problems in their title fight would have made a lot of money on that bet.
Flyweight is the lowest weight class for men, and the second-lowest class for women. One step up from strawweight, the athletes in this class are still chiefly defined by their speed, agility and technicality but with a little more power thrown in.
Johnson, or Mighty Mouse as he is commonly known, is one of the greatest fighters in UFC history and holds tons of records, including the most consecutive title defences with The flyweight title was created in , with the winner of a four-man tournament at UFC in Toronto to be crowned the inaugural champion.
Johnson, a wrestling and take-down specialist, saw each of his fights go the distance. In the final against John Dodson, Johnson survived a couple of scares before winning via a unanimous decision.
As the new flyweight champion, Johnson began the longest dominant reign in UFC history. Over the next 6 years Johnson successfully defended his title 11 more times against the greatest fighters in the division, including Olympic Gold Medalist Henry Cejudo and a re-match with Dodson.
Johnson is a highly technically skilled fighter, and the majority of his wins came from submission, or unanimous decision if the fight went the distance.
Over these six years, Johnson showcased his prowess at a vast array of diverse styles and introduced moves that had never been seen in the UFC before.
Henry Cejudo, who won a gold medal for freestyle wrestling at the Beijing Olympics, lost his first title bout against Demetrius Johnson in However, after beating some of the other top contenders in the division, Cejudo earned a re-match in April , at UFC In a tense and technical encounter, Cejudo was awarded the win by the judges via split decision.
Cejudo meanwhile went on to successfully defend this title against regular bantamweight TJ Dillashaw in , with an impressive display of striking. As of now the title is vacant and up for grabs.
Montana was due to defend her title against Valentina Shevchenko, but ran into health problem related to making her weight.
The title was stripped, and Shevchenko instead faced Joanna Jedrzejczyk who was moving up from strawweight for the vacant belt.
Since then she has defended her title three times against Katlyn Chookagain with the last matchup taking place Feb 8th, at UFC Show won the match with a TKO in the third.
More recently there was a scheduled matchup against Joanne Calderwood for June 6th, but the match was postponed due to a leg injury.
Similar to strawweight, flyweight fighters are mostly associated with speed and technical skill. The lowest weight categories are less likely to rely on sheer power, and flyweight fights are often defined by off-the-charts cardiovascular fitness and strong wrestling skills.
While KOs and TKOs do occur in flyweight fights, submissions are typically the more common way for a fight to conclude.
Fights often go the distance too, where competent technical displays are rewarded by the judges. Strawweight is one of three UFC weight classes that women compete in, and the only class that is exclusively for women.
It is the lightest weight class in the UFC. The inaugural strawweight champion was Carla Esparza when she won the first ever title in The UFC added the weight class in season 20 of The Ultimate Fighter, and signed Esparza along with 10 other fighters to compete in a tournament to determine the strawweight champion.
Esparza faced Rose Namajunas in the final. In a dominant performance, Esparza eventually made Namajunas tap out at of the third round. She lost her title a mere three months later to Joanna Jedrzejczyk, a Muay Thai kickboxing specialist from Poland.
Jedrzejczyk enjoyed a longer spell as strawweight champion, successfully defending her title five times between and Flyweight Deiveson Figueiredo.
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Raulian Paiva. David Dvorak. Tim Elliott. Tyson Nam. Jordan Espinosa. Amir Albazi. Bantamweight Petr Yan. Aljamain Sterling. Cory Sandhagen.
Marlon Moraes. Cody Garbrandt. Frankie Edgar. Pedro Munhoz. Jose Aldo. Jimmie Rivera. Raphael Assuncao. Dominick Cruz. Rob Font. Merab Dvalishvili.
Cody Stamann. Song Yadong. Marlon Vera. Featherweight Alexander Volkanovski. Brian Ortega. Zabit Magomedsharipov.
Yair Rodriguez. Chan Sung Jung. Calvin Kattar. Josh Emmett. Jeremy Stephens. Arnold Allen. Sodiq Yusuff. Dan Ige. Shane Burgos. Ryan Hall.
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Paul Felder. Diego Ferreira. Al Iaquinta. Kevin Lee. Beneil Dariush.