Dominant champions dot the contemporary UFC landscape, but none dominate it quite like welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre. Arguments can be made that the the Canadian is not the pound-for-pound king of the sport, but those arguments become less convincing when we talk sheer star power.
Equal parts icon and destroyer, GSP has truly risen to the pinnacle of the sport, and will remain there until he is knocked from his perch by an ambitious welterweight contender intent on stripping him of his UFC gold.
Here we assess the UFC welterweight class' current landscape, examining the title aspirations of each of the division's top 10 fighters, as ranked by the UFC.
Each contender 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 welterweight gold before they call it quits.