Official UFC rankings updated after UFC 158

The official UFC rankings were update and released following UFC 158. The rankings are updated approximately 36 hours after every event to maintain accuracy and relevance.

Quite a few changes were made this time around, with the Welterweight division being more action than any other obviously.

Plus or minus equals the fighters movement either up or down since the last rankings and NR means that the fighter was not ranked since the last time.

Check them out and let us know what you think!

1 Anderson Silva
2 Jon Jones
3 Georges St. Pierre
4 Jose Aldo
5 Benson Henderson
6 Cain Velasquez
7 Demetrious Johnson
8 Renan Barao
9 Dominick Cruz
10 Frankie Edgar

: Demetrious Johnson
1 Joseph Benavidez
2 John Dodson
3 Ian McCall
4 John Moraga
5 Jussier Da Silva
6 Louis Gaudinot
7 Chris Cariaso
8 Darren Uyenoyama
9 John Lineker
10 Timothy Elliott

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: Dominick Cruz
1 Renan Barao (Interim Champion)
2 Urijah Faber
3 Michael McDonald
4 Eddie Wineland
5 Brad Pickett
6 Rafael Assuncao
7 Scott Jorgensen
8. Brian Bowles
9 Mike Easton
10 Ivan Menjivar

: Jose Aldo
1 Chad Mendes
2 Ricardo Lamas
3 Frankie Edgar
4. Chan Sung Jung
5 Cub Swanson
6 Dennis Siver
7 Dustin Poirier
8 Clay Guida
9 Nik Lentz
10: Erik Koch

: Benson Henderson
1 Gilbert Melendez
2 Anthony Pettis
3 Gray Maynard
4 Nate Diaz
5 Jim Miller
6 Donald Cerrone
7 TJ Grant
8 Rafael Dos Anjos
9 Habib Nurmagomedov +1
10 Joe Lauzon -1

: Georges St-Pierre
1 Johny Hendricks
2 Carlos Condit
3 Rory MacDonald +1
4. Jake Ellenberger +2
5 Demian Maia
6 Nick Diaz -3
7 Martin Kampmann
8 Tarec Saffiedine
9 Robbie Lawler
10 Josh Koscheck

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: Anderson Silva
1 Chris Weidman
2 Vitor Belfort
3 Yushin Okami
4 Michael Bisping
5. Constantinos Philippou +1
6 Luke Rockhold -1
7 Mark Munoz
8 Chael Sonnen +1
9 Ronaldo Souza -1
10 Alan Belcher NR

Light Heavyweight
: Jon Jones
1 Lyoto Machida
2 Alexander Gustafsson
3 Dan Henderson
4 Glover Teixeira
5 Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
6 Mauricio Rua
7 Rashad Evans
8 Phil Davis
9 Ryan Bader
10 Gegard Mousasi

: Cain Velasquez
1 Junior dos Santos
2 Fabricio Werdum
3 Daniel Cormier
4 Antonio Silva
5 Frank Mir
6 Alistair Overeem
7 Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
8 Roy Nelson
9 Mark Hunt
10 Stefan Struve

Women’s Bantamweight
Champion: Ronda Rousey
1 Miesha Tate
2 Sarah Kaufman +1
3 Liz Carmouche -1
4 Cat Zingano +1
5 Alexis Davis -1
6 Sara McMann
7 Amanda Nunes +1
8 Julie Kedzie -1
9 Germaine De Randamie
10 Shiela Gaff NR

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The only personal issues I have with these new rankings are GSP’s position on the p4p list.

I feel he should be ranked above Jon Jones based on length of time active, amount of title defenses, current winning streak and his recent record for the most UFC wins in history, in which he just tied with former Welterweight legend Matt Hughes.

I also disagree with Chael Sonnen being ranked at #8 in Middleweight, due to the fact that he is one of the best Middleweight fighters in the world and should be ranked in the top 5 minimum. Also in Middleweight I believe Constantinos Philippou is ranked too high.

But that’s all I got, let us know what you think in the comments below!