The UFC currently finds itself in an era of dominant champions, and perhaps none have been so impressive as light heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones.
Though only 25, Jones has established himself as one of the best fighters on the planet, figuring comfortably into the top three of most pound-for-pound rankings.
He has shown no sign that he is anywhere near ready to relinquish his title, but the absence of weakness does not mean there is an absence of contenders lining up to challenge him.
Here we assess the UFC light heavyweight class' current landscape, examining the title aspirations of each of the division's top 10 fighters, as ranked by the UFC.
Each top 10 fighter has been tagged with a probability that identifies the likelihood of them ever gaining the strap. That probability is based on a number of factors, including ability, age and current station within the division.
Read on to see who is most likely to adorn light heavyweight gold before they call it quits.