These ranking sets have been generated by a recent version of the software, using recent data and will not match previously published issues of the rankings, especially since a majority of these generated sets are for dates much earlier than the site’s inception.

Rankings will list until the next relatively standard increment (Top 5, 10, 15, etc.) after the last fighter at 20 points is found, to a maximum amount (found in the current rankings).  At a bare minimum, a fighter needs at least 15 points to be displayed.

Gathering data for the “unknown division lists” are crucial in building these sets, so if you want to help us research, please review these lists and inform us in the forum.

Some of the older divisional lists are very small, or even blank, due to limited fights and/or limited data.

Once deemed as retired or assumed as such (no fights scheduled, no fights in past 450 days), fighters are removed from any ranking pages more recent than their last fight.  This is the one major difference between these sets and the current rankings.

Note: Fighter records within these historical rankings represent their records at the date of the rankings.



Ranked Fighters:
1-50 | 51-100 | 101-150 | 151-200 | 201-250 | 251-300 | 301-350 | 351-400

Date     Division  

Note: Rankings include fights on selected date.
Last Generated on 11/13/2017
Rank ↑ ↓ Fighter Record Points
1   Dominick Cruz 19-1-0
330
2   Bibiano Fernandes 11-3-0
227
3 1 Urijah Faber 26-5-0
226
4 1 Renan Barao 28-1-0
184
5 1 Eduardo Dantas 13-2-0
145
6 1 Zach Makovsky 14-2-0
139
7 1 Alexis Vila 11-1-0
131
8 4 Brian Bowles 10-2-0
119
9 5 Michael McDonald 14-1-0
110
10 3 Miguel Torres 40-4-0
110
11 5 Antonio Banuelos 20-8-0
106
12 -1 Scott Jorgensen 13-5-0
104
13 4 Raphael Assuncao 17-4-0
102
14 38 Chris Cariaso 13-4-0
100
15   Takeya Mizugaki 15-7-2
93
16 2 Yusup Saadulaev 9-1-1
92
17 2 Marcos Galvao 10-5-1
90
18 3 John Dodson 12-5-0
83
19 4 Yves Jabouin 17-7-0
82
20 2 Eddie Wineland 18-8-1
82
21 10 Fabio Mello 10-6-0
81
22 8 Masakazu Imanari 25-10-2
77
23 1 Jeff Hougland 10-4-0
77
24 4 Hiroshi Nakamura 14-5-4
77
25 42 Yoshiro Maeda 29-11-4
77
26 -1 John Fraser 10-3-0
76
27 -1 Rodolfo Marques 14-2-0
75
28 4 Masakatsu Ueda 15-1-2
74
29   Wilson Reis 13-4-0
71
30 17 Shintaro Ishiwatari 12-4-4
70
31 2 Mitch Gagnon 8-1-0
69
32 2 Hideo Tokoro 30-25-2
69
33 2 Ryan Roberts 16-10-1
68
34 4 Gustavo Falciroli 13-3-2
67
35 31 T.J. Dillashaw 5-1-0
67
36   Darren Uyenoyama 7-3-0
66
37 8 Nick Denis 11-2-0
65
38 NR Shunichi Shimizu 23-7-10
65
39   Atsushi Yamamoto 15-7-3
64
40   Ed West 17-6-0
63
41   Johnny Bedford 18-9-1
63
42 12 Edwin Figueroa 9-1-0
62
43 16 Motonobu Tezuka 18-4-4
61
44 -2 John Lineker 19-5-0
61
45 1 Mike Easton 12-1-0
61
46 -9 Alex Caceres 6-5-0
59
47 1 Kenji Osawa 18-10-2
58
48 -5 Brad Pickett 20-6-0
58
49 -5 Ivan Menjivar 24-8-0
58
50 1 Koetsu Okazaki 8-1-1
57

Ranked Fighters:
1-50 | 51-100 | 101-150 | 151-200 | 201-250 | 251-300 | 301-350 | 351-400


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    Before asking where a specific fighter is ranked or why they aren't ranked:

    - We update the rankings once per week, usually on Sunday or Monday.

    - Fighters who have not fought in 450 days or more ARE NOT RANKED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

    - Use the "Fighter Search" option in the upper-right of the page. The fighter may be ranked in a different division.

    - Most of the divisions have multiple pages beyond this one. See the clickable ranges above and below the ranking table.


    Furthermore, we do not maintain the "next fight" data. This is gathered from Sherdog. Any issues regarding this data should be forwarded to them.