Cain Velasquez defended the UFC heavyweight title for the first time on Saturday. In winning a rematch with Antonio Silva, Velasquez remained atop the heavyweight UFC rankings and took a step closer to becoming the greatest heavyweight in the promotion's history.
The UFC 160 co-main event produced Velasquez's next challenger and a rubber match for the heavyweight championship. Junior dos Santos knocked out Mark Hunt and earned Fight of the Night honors in the process, but more importantly, he earned an opportunity to take back the UFC title.
On June 8, the UFC will return with UFC on Fuel TV 10, which will be headlined by TUF: Brazil 2 coaches Fabricio Werdum and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira. The event will serve as the finale for the reality series, so a new TUF winner will also be crowned.
With UFC 160 in the books and UFC on Fuel TV 10 ahead, let's take a look at the latest official UFC rankings.