Check out the latest changes to the official UFC rankings after the thrilling fights at UFC Fight Night: Aspinall vs. Tybura. Find out who has climbed the ladder and who has fallen in the rankings.
The recent UFC Fight Night event featuring Tom Aspinall vs. Marcin Tybura has resulted in some significant changes to the official rankings. The thrilling fights inside the Octagon have caused some fighters to rise in the rankings while others have fallen. MMA News brings you the latest updates to the official UFC rankings.
No changes have been made to the men’s pound-for-pound rankings.
The women’s pound-for-pound rankings remain unchanged.
There have been no changes to the women’s strawweight rankings.
No changes have been made to the women’s flyweight rankings.
The women’s bantamweight rankings remain unchanged.
No changes have been made to the flyweight rankings.
There have been no changes to the bantamweight rankings.
The featherweight rankings remain unchanged.
Damir Ismagulov, who recently fought out his contract against Grant Dawson, has been removed from the lightweight top 15. Carlos Diego Ferreira has returned to the rankings after his knockout victory over Michael Johnson, taking the #15 spot. Matt Frevola has moved up to #14.
No changes have been made to the welterweight rankings.
Paul Craig’s impressive performance against André Muniz has caused a shakeup in the middleweight division. Craig, a former light heavyweight, has replaced Muniz at #14. Chris Curtis retains the final position in the rankings.
Paul Craig’s move to the middleweight division has resulted in his removal from the light heavyweight rankings. Kennedy Nzechukwu has joined the list at #15 ahead of his fight with Dustin Jacoby. Johnny Walker has fallen to #6, while Ryan Spann, Azamat Murzakanov, and Alonzo Menifield have all moved up in the rankings. Khalil Rountree Jr has climbed to #11.
Tom Aspinall’s triumphant return has propelled him to #4 in the heavyweight rankings, surpassing Curtis Blaydes. Derrick Lewis has moved up to #10, and Marcin Tybura has dropped to #11. Marcos Rogério de Lima has entered the rankings at #15.
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