Women fighter ranks

As of April 30, 2012 the women’s mixed martial arts rankings are split up into separate pages by division, to accommodate for future growth of WMMA.

Please visit the ranking pages here:

Division Dominance List

Featherweight (140 lbs and over)

Bantamweight (129-139 lbs)

Flyweight (119-128 lbs)

Strawweight (111-118 lbs)

Atomweight (110 lbs and under)

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    • jcs says:

      Feather/Open is 3rd to 125 and 135. Atom is last.

    • jcs says:

      I’ll get you the answer to that later today or tomorrow.

    • Chromium says:

      JCS, just out of curiosity, which division is actually more populated, Atomweight or Featherweight/Openweight?

    • Chromium says:

      Yay! Strawweight is expanded :)

      Any of the other divisions getting close?

    • Chromium says:

      Zoila Gurgel’s last fight was at 120, and there is no evidence that she will ever fight at 115 (or even 118) ever again. Her doctor has advised her against it. She is no longer a Strawweight. I agree should be ranked if it is still within 450 days of her last fight, but not at Strawweight.

    • jcs says:

      Ok, so #16-20 for 115 failed again. Confident it’s fixed for next time.

      16-Patricia Vidonic
      17-Mika Nagano
      18-Mizuki Inoue
      19-Tomomi Sunaba
      20-Sanja Sucevic

    • Brian Robinson says:

      By the way, in my last comments I wasn’t arguing that Gurgel *shouldn’t* be listed as inactive, but that when she was ranked she should have been ranked ahead of Megumi, and everyone else in the division for that matter, I’m referring to dropping Zoila two spots not because of any loss but because she hadn’t fought in over a year, if you rank her at all, it should at #1, based on her record compared to the aforementioned fighters, jessica Aguilar, Megumi Fugii etc., she’s beat both of them, and like I said, her quality of opponents was also superior to theirs.

    • Brian Robinson says:

      I know that Zoila Gurgel is not listed because of inativity, but when you did have her ranked in april you severly underanked her, because she’s beaten both Megumi Fugii AND Jessica Aguilar, and Jessica Penne, so not only has she beaten the best fighters head to head but she’s also had more impressive wins than any of them in her last half dozen fights. Does inactivity of just a year a half make a fighter suddenly inferior to a fighter they beat before then? Common sense says that Gurgel is still the best fighter in the division, I think you’re overranking the importance of inactivity, a year and a half is not that large of a time.

    • jcs says:

      Not sure why 115 didn’t goto 20.. will have to check it out for next time.

    • jcs says:

      115 probably has.. but it’s the only one. I’ll boost it up to 20.

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