The UFC's middleweight division, long one of the promotion's shallower offerings, is suddenly rich with talent.
We'll get to the top 10 in a moment, but for now, consider these questions marks, and feel free to interject your opinion in the comments.
Where will Mousasi fight? Is he going to stay at light heavyweight, or is he dropping to middleweight?
He's found success in both divisions throughout his career, and he would immediately become a contender at 185 should he decide to go that route.
I can't rank him until he actually fights at 185, but Mousasi is an interesting potential addition to the UFC's middleweight division.
Did he beat Tim Boetsch at UFC 166? And, if he did, does he deserve a top-10 spot in the rankings?
Dollaway looked better than ever against "The Barbarian," but he still dropped a controversial split decision.
Before that, Dollaway was the victor of two straight inside the Octagon, and a third win may have earned him a spot on our rankings.
Is he retired?
If not, his two-fight winning streak over Patrick Cote and Rich Franklin puts him right in the thick of the division's top 10.
Does he deserve a spot on this list?
Before losing to Francis Carmont at UFC 165, Philippou won five straight, including a "win" over Tim Boetsch at UFC 155. Unfortunately, I just don't see him as a top-10 talent at this time, a point which was exposed against Carmont.