UFC Rankings: Power Ranking Every Fighter in Every Division

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UFC Rankings: Power Ranking Every Fighter in Every Division

Frankie Edgar remains the top lightweight in the world in the minds of some. However, after a split decision in the UFC 150 main event, the 155-pound title belt still hangs around Benson Henderson's waist.

As a result of his back-to-back losses against Henderson, Edgar may be forced to move to the featherweight division in hopes of regaining a UFC title.

Currently, Jose Aldo reigns over the featherweight division and is running short on serious threats. Aldo's next opponent, Erik Koch, is coming off of an unimpressive decision victory over Jonathan Brookins.

Should Aldo dispose of Koch with ease, Edgar could be put on the fast-track toward what would be a blockbuster title fight against the Brazilian champion.

As the lightweight and featherweight divisions prepare for a potential landscape change, here is a look at how the UFC's eight divisions stand from top to bottom. 


Rankings Guidelines

The following rankings are computerized based primarily on comparing similar competition among fighters.

Fighters who have announced their retirement will be ineligible for ranking until they return to the Octagon.

Suspended fighters and competitors who have been inactive for more than one calender year will be listed as "not ranked."

Fighters will be ranked in the division in which they last competed unless they are scheduled for a bout in a new division, in which case the fighter will be listed as "not ranked" in their new division until their scheduled bout occurs.

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