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UFC Rankings 2021


TypeChampionWin/Loss Record
Pound-for-Pound RankingsKhabib Nurmagomedov29-0
Women's Pound-for-Pound RankingsAmanda Nunes20-4
Flyweight RankingsDeiveson Figueiredo20-1-1
Women's Flyweight RankingsValentina Shevchenko20-3
Bantamweight RankingsPetr Yan15-1
Women's Bantamweight RankingsAmanda Nunes20-4
Featherweight RankingsAlexander Volkanovski22-1
Lightweight RankingsKhabib Nurmagomedov29-0
Welterweight RankingsKamaru Usman18-1
Middleweight RankingsIsrael Adesanya20-0
Light Heavyweight RankingsJan Blachowicz27-8
Heavyweight RankingsStipe Miocic20-3
Women's Strawweight RankingsZhang Weili21-1
Women's Featherweight RankingsAmanda Nunes20-4

Also Read: In-Depth Info on Every UFC Championship

Table of Contents

  1. UFC Fighter Rankings 2021
  2. UFC Pound-for-Pound Rankings 2021
  3. UFC Women's Pound-for-Pound Rankings 2021
  4. UFC Flyweight Rankings 2021
  5. UFC Women's Flyweight Rankings 2021
  6. UFC Bantamweight Rankings 2021
  7. UFC Women's Bantamweight Rankings 2021
  8. UFC Featherweight Rankings 2021
  9. UFC Lightweight Rankings 2021
  10. UFC Welterweight Rankings 2021
  11. UFC Middleweight Rankings 2021
  12. UFC Light Heavyweight Rankings 2021
  13. UFC Heavyweight Rankings 2021
  14. UFC Women's Strawweight Rankings 2021
  15. UFC Women's Featherweight Rankings 2021
  16. FAQs


UFC Fighter Rankings 2021


The UFC fighter rankings were introduced in February of 2013 and are generated by a voting panel made up of several media members. In order to rank these fighters, the media members are asked to vote who they feel are the top fighters as per the UFC by weight class and pound-for-pound.


UFC Rankings 2019


UFC Pound-for-Pound Rankings 2021


Pound for pound is a ranking used in combat sports for boxing, wrestling, and mixed martial arts in order to decide who is the better fighter in relation to their weight (i.e., adjusted to compensate for weight class).


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RankFighterWeight ClassWin/Loss Record
1Khabib NurmagomedovWelterweight (2009-2011). Lightweight (2008-2010, 2012-2020)29-0
2Jon JonesLight Heavyweight(2008-2020)26-1 (1 NC)
3Israel AdesanyaMiddleweight20-0
4Kamaru UsmanWelterweight18-1
5Stipe MiocicHeavyweight20-3
6Alexander VolkanovskiFeatherweight (2014–present) Lightweight (2014- 2016) Welterweight (2012–2013)22-1
7Dustin PoirierLightweight (2009–2010, 2015–present) Featherweight (2011–2014)27-6 (1 NC)
8Max HollowayFeatherweight (2012–present) Lightweight (2010–2011, 2019)22-6
9Deiveson FigueiredoFlyweight20-1-1
10Petr YanBantamweight15-1
11Justin GaethjeLightweight22-3
12Robert WhittakerWelterweight (2009-2014). Middleweight (2014-present).22-5
13Francis NgannouHeavyweight15-3
14Jan BlachowiczLight Heavyweight27-8
15Conor McGregorFeatherweight (2008–2015) Lightweight (2008–2012, 2016–2018, 2021-present) Welterweight (2016, 2020)22-5

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UFC Women's Pound-for-Pound Rankings 2021


RankFighterWeight ClassWin/Loss Record
1Amanda NunesBantamweight (2011–present), Featherweight (2008–2011, 2018–present)20-4
2Valentina ShevchenkoBantamweight (2003–2005, 2010–2017), Flyweight (2006, 2018–present)20-3
3Weili ZhangStrawweight21-1
4Rose NamajunasStrawweight9-4
5Jessica AndradeBantamweight (135 lbs) (2011–2015) Strawweight (115 lbs) (2016–2020) Flyweight (125 lbs) (2020–present)21-8
6Joanna JedrzejczykFlyweight (2012–2014, 2018–present), Strawweight (2014–2018, 2019–present)16-4
7Germaine De RandamieFeatherweight (2011–2012, 2017), Bantamweight (2008–2011, 2013–2016, 2018–present)10-4
8Holly HolmFeatherweight (2017–2019), Bantamweight (2011–present)14-5
9Aspen LaddBantamweight (2016–present), Flyweight (2015)9-1
10Katlyn ChookagianBantamweight (2016–2017), Flyweight (2014–2016, 2018–present), Strawweight (2014)15-4
11Nina AnsaroffFlyweight (2012), Strawweight (2008–present)10-6
12Yan XiaonanStrawweight13-1 (1 NC)
13Carla EsparzaStrawweight9–2–1
14Cynthia CalvilloFlyweight (2016, 2020-present), Strawweight (2017-2019)18-5
15Claudia GadelhaStrawweight18-6

See Here: Men's & Women's UFC Weight Classes


UFC Flyweight Rankings 2021


116 to 125 lb (53 to 57 kg)

Champion: Deiveson Figueiredo [20-1-1]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionDeiveson Figueiredo20-1-1
1Brandon Moreno18–5–2
2Joseph Benavidez28-7
3Askar Askarov12-0-1
4Alex Perez24-6
5Alexandre Pantoja23-5
6Brandon Royval12-5
7Matt Schnell15-5
8Rogerio Bontorin15-2 (1 NC)
8Kai Kara France21-9, (1 NC)
10David Dvorak19-3
11Raulian Paiva20-3
12Tim Elliot17–11–1
13Amir Albazi14-1
14Su Mudaerji14-4
15Tyson Nam20-12-1


UFC Fight Night: Figueiredo v Benavidez 2 Weigh-in


Demetrious Johnson defeated Joseph Benavidez in 2012, at UFC 152 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the finale of a 4-man tournament for the inaugural UFC Flyweight Title. The 6-year run as the Flyweight Champion came to an end for Johnson after Henry Cejudo defeated him via split decision at UFC 227. Cejudo went onto vacate the title in December 2019, which was later on won by the current champion Deiveson Figueiredo who defeated Joseph Benavidez in July 2020.


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Deiveson Figueiredo went onto defend his title in 2020 against Alex Perez and Brandon Moreno at UFC 255 and UFC 256 respectively. While he submitted Perez with a guillotine choke to defend the title, his match with Moreno ended in a majority draw which led to Figueiredo still being the champion.


UFC Women's Flyweight Rankings 2021


116 to 125 lb (53 to 57 kg)

Champion: Valentina Shevchenko [19–3]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionValentina Shevchenko20-3
1Jessica Andrade21-8
2Katlyn Chookagian15-4
3Lauren Murphy14-4
4Jennifer Maia18-7-1.
5Cynthia Calvillo9-2-1.
6Joanne Calderwood15-5
7Viviane Araujo10-2
8Jessica Eye15-9, 1 NC
9Roxanne Modafferi25-19
10Alexa Grasso13-3
11Alexis Davis20-10
12Andrea Lee11-5
13Antonina Shevchenko9-2
14Taila Santos17-1
15Maycee Barber8-2


The inaugural UFC Women’s Flyweight Title fight was contested in December in Las Vegas, Nevada at The Ultimate Fighter: A New World Champion finale. The inaugural title fight was between two fighters who appeared on the 26th season of The Ultimate Fighter, as Nicco


UFC Women's Flyweight Champion


Montano defeated Roxanne Modafferi to win become the inaugural champion. Montano's withdrawal from UFC 228 due to weight cut issues led to her being stripped of the title in 2018 and thus Valentina Shevchenko won the vacant title after defeating Joanna Jedrzejczyk at UFC 231. Shevchenko has since defended her title four times, with a title reign of 732 days and counting.


Also Read: Complete List of UFC Fighters


UFC Bantamweight Rankings 2021


126 to 135 lb(57 to 61 kg)

Champion: Petr Yan [15-1]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionPetr Yan15-1
1Aljamain Sterling19-3
2Cory Sandhagen14-2
3Rob Font18-4
4Cody Garbrandt12-3
5Jose Aldo29-7
6Marlon Moraes23-8-1.
7Frankie Edgar23-9-1.
8Pedro Munhoz19-5, 1 NC
9Raphael Assuncao27-8
10Jimmie Rivera23-5
11Dominick Cruz22-3
12Merab Dvalishvili12–4
13Cody Stamann19–3–1
14Song Yadong16-4-1, 1 NC
15Marlon Vera16–7-1


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Prior to UFC-WEC merger, Dominick Cruz was the WEC Bantamweight Champion. At WEC 53, Cruz defeated Scott Jorgensen to retain the WEC Bantamweight Championship and was simultaneously awarded the inaugural UFC Bantamweight Championship.


At UFC 173, T.J. Dillashaw defeated Renan Barao to win the UFC Bantamweight Championship. At UFC Fight Night: Dillashaw vs Cruz, Dominick Cruz became the first-ever two-time Bantamweight Champion. At UFC 207, Cruz lost the title to Cody Garbrandt, who eventually lost it to Dillashaw, making the latter a two-time division champion.


Due to a failed drug test, Dillashaw vacated his title in March 2019. After winning the vacant title at UFC 238 and defending it at UFC 249, Cejudo became the fourth UFC fighter to hold titles in two different weight classes(Flyweight and Bantamweight) simultaneously, and the second to defend titles in two different weight divisions.


Petr Yan defeated Jose Aldo at UFC 251 and became the current UFC Bantamweight Champion.


Petr Yan


UFC Women's Bantamweight Rankings 2021


Champion: Amanda Nunes [20–4]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionAmanda Nunes20-4
1Germaine De Randamie10-4
2Holly Holm14-5
3Aspen Ladd9-1
4Irene Aldana12-6
5Yana Kunitskaya14-5, 1 NC
6Julianna Pena11-4
7Ketlen Vieira11-2
8Sara Mcmann12-5
9Marion Reneau9-6-1.
10Macy Chiasson7-1
11Lina Lansberg10-5
12Pannie Kianzad15-5
13Sijara Eubanks7-6
14Karol Rosa14-3
15Julia Avila8-2


Prior to its folding and absorption by the UFC, Ronda Rousey was the Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion. Rousey was eventually awarded the inaugural UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship on December 6, 2012, at the UFC on Fox: Henderson vs Diaz pre-event press conference.


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After a reign of 1,074 days, Rousey lost the Bantamweight Championship to Holly Holm at UFC 193. Holm lost the title to Miesha Tate, who was defeated by the current champion Amanda Nunes for the title, at UFC 196. Nunes has defended her title against the likes of Ronda Rousey, Valentina Shevchenko, Raquel Pennington, Holy Holm and Germaine De Randamie. Nunes has been the incumbent title holder for 1,614 days and counting, a record in UFC Women's Championship history.


UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion


UFC Featherweight Rankings 2021


136 to 145 lb(61 to 66 kg)

Champion: Alexander Volkanovski [21–1]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionAlexander Volkanovski22-1
1Max Holloway22–6
2Brian Ortega15–1 (1 NC)
3Zabit Magomedshapirov18-1
4Yair Rodriguez13-2, 1 NC
5Chan Sung Jung16-6
6Calvin Kattar22-5
7Josh Emmett16-2
8Jeremy Stephens28-18, 1 NC
9Dan Ige14-3
10Sodiq Yusuff11–1
11Arnold Allen16-1
12Shane Burgos13-2
13Bryce Mitchell14-1
14Edson Barboza21-9
15Movsar Evloev14-0

Prior to the UFC-WEC merger, José Aldo was the WEC Featherweight Champion. Aldo was awarded the inaugural UFC Featherweight Championship on November 20, 2010, at UFC 123 in a ceremony prior to the event.


At UFC 194, Conor McGregor won the Undisputed Featherweight Championship after beating Jose Aldo within 13 seconds. At UFC 212, Max Holloway won the Undisputed Featherweight Championship from Aldo. Holloway, who defended his title against the likes of Jose Aldo, Brian Ortega and Frankie Edgar, lost his title to Alexander Volkanovski. Volkanovski is the current UFC Featherweight Champion and defended his title against Holloway via split decision in a rematch at UFC 251.


Max Holloway v Alexander Volkanovski


UFC Lightweight Rankings 2021


146 to 155 lb(66 to 70 kg)

Champion: Khabib Nurmagomedov [28–0]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionKhabib Nurmagomedov29-0
1Dustin Poirier27-6, 1 NC
2Justin Gaethje22-3
3Charles Oliveira30-8, 1NC
4Michael Chandler22-5
5Tony Ferguson26-5
6Conor McGregor22-5
7Rafael Dos Anjos30-13
8Dan Hooker20-10
9Beneil Dariush20-4-1.
10Paul Felder17-6
11Kevin Lee18-6
12Diego Ferreira17-3
13AL Iaquinta14-6-1.
14Islam Makhachev18-1
15Gregor Gillespie13-1


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Prior to UFC 31 in 2001, the Lightweight Title was known as the Bantamweight Title. The Strikeforce Lightweight Title was seemingly unified with the UFC Lightweight Title on April 20, 2013, when Benson Henderson defeated Gilbert Melendez.


The UFC Lightweight Title has been held by the likes of Frankie Edgar, Anthony Pettis, Rafael Dos Anjos, and Eddie Alvarez throughout the years. At UFC 205, Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor won the Lightweight Title after defeating Eddie Alvarez via TKO and became the first fighter in UFC history to hold two belts simultaneously. At UFC 223, Khabib Nurmagomedov became the Lightweight Champion after defeating Al Iaquinta via unanimous decision.


Khabib went onto defend the title against Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier and Justin Gaethje and tied the record for the most title defences in the division along with Benson Henderson. He announced his retirement at UFC 254, though the title is yet to be vacated.


UFC Lightweight Champion


UFC Welterweight Rankings 2021


156 to 170 lb (70 to 77 kg)

Champion: Kamaru Usman [18–1]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionKamaru Usman18-1
1Colby Covington16-2
2Gilbert Burns19-4
3Leon Edwards18-3
4Jorge Masvidal35-14
5Stephen Thompson16-4-1.
6Michael Chiesa18-4
7Tyron Woodley19-6-1.
8Demian Maia28-10
9Neil Magny24-9
10Vicente Luque19-7-1.
11Geoff Neal13-3
12Li Jingliang18-6
13Belal Muhammad17-3
14Khamzat Chimaev9-0
15Robbie Lawler28-15, 1 NC


UFC Welterweight Champion


The UFC Welterweight Title is considered as one of the most prestigious titles' in the UFC. The inaugural Welterweight Champion was crowned at UFC Brazil in 1998 when Pat Miletich won the belt. Throughout the years, the likes of Carlos Newton, Matt Hughes, B.J. Penn, Georges-St Pierre, Matt Serra, Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler have all held the Welterweight Championship.


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Till date, GSP and Matt Hughes are the only two-time Welterweight Champions in UFC history. At UFC 201, Tyron Woodley defeated Robbie Lawler to win the Welterweight Championship. Woodley, who defended the title against Stephen Thompson(twice), Demian Maia and Darren Till, was defeated by Kamaru Usman at UFC 235 via unanimous decision.


Kamaru Usman, who is the current UFC Welterweight Champion, has defended his title against Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal at UFC 245 and UFC 251, respectively.


In his first title defence of 2021 Usman faced Gilbert Burns and defended his title for the third time by defeating Burns via TKO in the third round at UFC 258.


UFC Middleweight Rankings 2021


171 to 185 lb (77 to 84 kg)

Champion: Israel Adesanya [20–0]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionIsrael Adesanya20-0
1Robert Whittaker22–5
2Paulo Costa13–1
3Jared Cannonier13–5
4Darren Till18–3–1
5Marvin Vettori16-4-1.
6Jack Hermansson21-6
7Derek Brunson21–7
8Kelvin Gastelum17-6, 1NC
9Uriah Hall17-9
10Kevin Holland21-5
11Chris Weidman15-5
12Edmen Shahbazyan11-1
13Omari Akhmedov21-5-1.
14Brad Tavares18-7
15Sean Strickland22-3


UFC 236 Holloway v Poirier 2


On March 1, 2008, the Pride World Welterweight Championship was unified with the UFC Middleweight Title on March 1, 2008, when Anderson Silva defeated Dan Henderson at UFC 82. The Middleweight Title has been held by the likes of Dave Menne, Rich Franklin, and at UFC 64, Anderson Silva won the title. Silva defended his title against the likes of Nate Marquardt, Rich Franklin, Dan Henderson, Patrick Cote, Thales Leites, Demian Maia, Chael Sonnen, Vitor Belfort and Yushin Okami, while holding onto the belt for a total of 2,457 days, a record for the longest title reign in UFC history.


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At UFC 162, Chris Weidman defeated Silva to win the Middleweight Title. Weidman's reign came to an end when he was beaten by Luke Rockhold at UFC 194. At UFC 199, Michael Bisping won the Middleweight Title and eventually lost it to the returning GSP at UFC 217. As GSP vacated the title due to complications with ulcerative coltis, on December 7, 2017, Robert Whittaker was promoted as the Middleweight Champion, having won the Interim Title at UFC 213.


At UFC 243, the interim Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya defeated Robert Whittaker to win the undisputed UFC Middleweight Championship. The current champion Adesanya, defended his title against Yoel Romero and Paulo Costa at UFC 248 and UFC 253 respectively.


UFC Light Heavyweight Rankings 2021


186 to 205 lb (84 to 93 kg)

Champion: Jan Błachowicz [27–8]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionJan Blachowicz27-8
1Glover Teixeira32–7
2Thiago Santos21–8
3Dominick Reyes12–2
4Aleksandar Rakić13–2
5Jiří Procházka27–3–1
6Anthony Smith34–16
7Magomed Ankalaev15–1
8Volkan Oezdemir17-5
9Nikita Krylov27–8
10Johnny Walker18–5
11Misha Cirkunov15–5
12Jimmy Crute12-1
13Ryan Spann18-6
14Paul Craig14–4–1
15Jamahal Hill8-0, 1NC.


The Light Heavyweight Title was known as the Middleweight Title prior to UFC 31 (May 4, 2001). In 2007, the Pride World Middleweight Championship was unified with the UFC Light Heavyweight Title on when Quinton Jackson defeated Dan Henderson at UFC 75.


The UFC Light Heavyweight Title has been held by the likes of Frank Shemrock, Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture, Vitor Belfort, Chuck Liddell, Quinton Jackson, Forest Griffin, Rashad Evans, Lyoto Machida, and Mauricio Rua.


At UFC 128, Jon Jones won the Light Heavyweight Title for the first time in his career after defeating Mauricio Rua. Jones held the title for 1501 days and defended it 8 times before being stripped off the title due to a hit and run issue. Daniel Cormier won the vacant belt by beating Anthony Johnson at UFC 187.


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Cormier, who became the second fighter in UFC history to hold titles in two weight classes simultaneously and is the first to defend them in two divisions, vacated his Light Heavyweight Championship 174 days after winning the Heavyweight title. Jon Jones won the vacant belt for the second time in his career after defeating Alexander Gustafsson and defended it Anthony Smith, Thiago Santos and Dominick Reyes before vacating it to move upto the Heavyweight division.


Jan Blachowicz became the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion after defeating Dominick Reyes at UFC 253.


UFC Light Heavyweight Champion


UFC Heavyweight Rankings 2021


206 to 265 lb (93 to 120 kg)

Champion: Stipe Miocic [20–3]


RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionStipe Miocic20-3
1Francis Ngannou15–3
2Derrick Lewis25-7 (1 NC)
3Curtis Blaydes14-3, 1 NC
4Ciryl Gane8-0
5Alexander Volkov33-8
6Jairzinho Rozenstruik11-2
7Alistair Overeem47-19, 1 NC
8Shamil Abdurakhimov20–5
9Augusto Sakai15–2–1
10Chris Daukaus11-3
11Walt Harris13-9, 1 NC
12Junior Dos Santos21-9
13Sergei Pavlovich14-1
14Blagoy Ivanov18-4
15Marcin Tybura21-6



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. Randy Couture won the UFC Heavyweight Championship thrice in his career, while Tim Sylvia, Cain Velasquez and Stipe Miocic have won the title twice.


Stipe Miocic won the title at UFC 198 by defeating Fabricio Werdum via a KO and went onto defend his title thrice, a record in UFC Heavyweight history, before being defeated by Daniel Cormier at UFC 226. In their rematch at UFC 241, Stipe won the title for the second time after defeating Cormier by a TKO. In their trilogy fight, Miocic defended his title against Cormier at UFC 252 and remains the UFC Heavyweight Champion.


UFC Women's Strawweight Rankings 2021


106 to 115 lb (48 to 52 kg)

Champion: Zhang Weili [21–1]


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RankFighterWin/Loss Record
ChampionZhang Weili21-1
1Rose Namajunas9–4
2Joanna Jędrzejczyk16–4
3Yan Xiaonan13–1 (1 NC)
4Carla Esparza17–6
5Nina Ansaroff10–6
6Marina Rodriguez13-1-2.
7Claudia Gadelha18-5
8Michelle Waterson18-8
9Tecia Torres12-5
10Amanda Ribas10-1
11Mackenzie Dern10-1
12Angela Hill12–9
13Virna Jandiroba16–2
14Felice Herrig14–9
15Lívinha Souza14–2



The inaugural UFC Strawweight Champion was Carla Esparza, who defeated Rose Namajunas in 2014 in the tournament finale for The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned. At UFC 185, Joanna Jedrzejczyk won the Strawweight Championship and held the title for a total of 966 days before losing it to Rose Namajunas at UFC 217.


Jessica Andrade defeated Rose Namajunas at UFC 237 to win the title but lost it to Zhang Weili at UFC Fight Night : Shenzhen, China. Weili went onto face Joanna Jedrzejczyk in her first title defence and won via split decision at UFC 248. Zhang Weili remains the current UFC Strawweight Champion.


UFC Women's Featherweight Rankings 2021


136 to 145 lb (62 to 66 kg)

Champion: Amanda Nunes [20–4]


RankingsChampionWin/Loss record
NoneAmanda Nunes20-4


The inaugural title was won by Germaine De Randamie, who defeated Holy Holm via unanimous decision, on February 11, 2017, in Brooklyn, New York, USA at UFC 208.


After De Randamie's refusal to defend the title against Cris Cyborg, she was stripped of it and Cyborg went onto win the vacant title by defeating Tonya Evinger at UFC 214. Amanda Nunes defeated Cyborg via KO for the title at UFC 232 and became the first woman to become a two-division UFC champion, and the third fighter in UFC history to hold titles in two weight classes simultaneously. She defended her title against Felicia Spencer at UFC 250 and became the first and only fighter in UFC history to defend two titles while actively holding them. Amanda Nunes remains the current UFC Women's Featherweight Champion.


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1. Who is the number 1 UFC fighter?

Khabib Nurmagomedov is the current #1 ranked pound for pound fighter in the UFC.


2. How do rankings work in UFC?

Rankings were generated by a voting panel made up of media members. The media members were asked to vote for who they feel are the top fighters in the UFC by weight-class and pound-for-pound. A fighter is only eligible to be voted on if they are in active status in the UFC.


A fighter can appear in more than one weight division at a time. The champion and interim champion are considered to be in the top positions of their respective divisions and therefore are not eligible for voting by weight-class. However, the champions can be voted on for the pound-for-pound rankings.


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