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- UFC Heavyweight Division
- UFC Heavyweight Champion
- UFC Heavyweight Rankings
- UFC Weight Divisions
UFC Heavyweight Division
The Heavyweight division in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) generally groups fighters between 206–265 lb (93.4–120.2 kg).
UFC Heavyweight Champion
The current UFC Heavyweight Champion is Stipe Miocic. Miocic defeated Werdum at UFC 198 on May 14, 2016, became the UFC Heavyweight Champion and giving Werdum his first defeat since June 2011.
UFC Heavyweight Rankings 2019
In 1997, the UFC Superfight Championship was unified with the UFC Tournament Championship to determine the UFC Heavyweight Champion, as Mark Coleman defeated Dan Severn at UFC 12.
Notable names such as Randy Couture, Josh Barnett, Frank Mir, Andre Arlovski, Brock Lesnar, Cain Velasquez, Junior Dos Santos, and Fabricio Wedrum have all won the UFC Heavyweight Championship.
At UFC 198, Stipe Miocic won the UFC Heavyweight Championship in Brazil. However, at UFC 226, Miocic was beaten by Daniel Cormier to win the Heavyweight Title.
A rematch between Miocic and Daniel Cormier took place on August 17, 2019, at UFC 241 for the UFC Heavyweight Championship. Miocic won the fight by TKO in the fourth round after landing several clean left hooks to the body and following up with punches to the head, reclaiming the title.
Current UFC Heavyweight Champion: Stipe Miocic [19–3]
|1||Daniel Cormier||22–2 (1)|
|4||Derrick Lewis||23–7 (1)|
|5||Junior dos Santos||21–7|
|7||Alistair Overeem||46–18 (1)|
|9||Walt Harris||13–8 (1)|
|15||Blagoy Ivanov||18–3 (1)|
UFC Weight Divisions
- Light Heavyweight
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