Here is the latest UFC Ranking for every fighter from UFC Roster, all the weight divisions and updated Pound for Pound Rankings.
What are UFC Rankings?
UFC Rankings for a weight division are the comparative standings of top active fighters of UFC fighters in a particular weight division. In the case of Pound for Pound rankings, it is the comparative standings of all the champions and top standing fighters of all the weight divisions combined. A fighter can be a part of more than one weight division rankings if he is active in multiple weight classes. Champions and Interim Champions assume the top positions of a particular weight division ranking.
UFC Rankings are decided/determined by the panel of media members, journalists and UFC commentators. The panel members vote for rankings, their votes gets averaged and the result comes out to be the weekly UFC rankings. The panel members are asked to vote on the basis of who they feel are a division’s top fighters.
WHAT CATEGORY/DIVISIONS – JON JONES
Jon Jones is currently inactive since dropping Light Heavyweight title. That’s why he is not in Light Heavyweight division.
Going forward he wants to compete in the Heavyweight division. But with no fights in Heavyweight division, he is not considered for rankings in that division also.
However, he is currently at top in Pound for Pound rankings.
Has the UFC officially ranked their fighters since 3/26/22 and if so why is Joanne Wood still ranked 7 and still ranked above Alexa Grasso 9 who just defeated her?
Rankings are usually updated 2-3 days after the event. Sometimes, it takes up to one week also.
Thank You for your response.
What’s the deal with the women’s featherweight division? Amanda Nunes is considered the champion but the champion of what? There’s nobody else in that division.