UFC Rankings for Each Weight Division Following UFC 162

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UFC Rankings for Each Weight Division Following UFC 162
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Following UFC 162, Anderson Silva finds himself in an unfamiliar position. For the first time in seven years, the Brazilian middleweight is not looking down on the entire 185-pound division.

While Silva's antics in Saturday's championship bout with Chris Weidman have been a point of debate, "The Spider" fell by doing some of the same things that earned him elite status. Silva has always gotten away with dodging punches despite carrying his hands at his side, but Weidman caught him with a left hook and ended the greatest title reign in UFC history.

Heading into this past weekend, Silva was almost unanimously considered the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world today. So, needless to say, his first UFC loss has shaken up the rankings. 

With UFC 162 in the books and UFC on Fox 8 ahead, let's take a look at the latest official UFC rankings

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