Anthony Pettis shook up the UFC rankings by dethroning Benson Henderson on Saturday.
The former WEC champions met in a rematch in the UFC 164 main event, and Pettis made the most of his opportunity to claim UFC gold. Pettis caught Henderson in an armbar in the first round and forced a tap to end Henderson's reign as the 155-pound champion.
In beating Henderson, Pettis is now one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the world. A superfight with Jose Aldo is not out of the question and could give Pettis an opportunity to cement himself as one of the best competitors in MMA.
With UFC 164 in the books and UFC Fight Night 28 ahead, here are the latest official UFC rankings.