UFC Rankings for Each Weight Division Following UFC Fight Night 30

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UFC Rankings for Each Weight Division Following UFC Fight Night 30

Lyoto Machida is back in title contention. This time, though, the former light heavyweight champion is aiming at the middleweight championship.

At UFC Fight Night 30, Machida smoked Top Five middleweight Mark Munoz with a head kick in the first round. In finishing Munoz so decisively, Machida is already among the elite in the 185-pound class. With one more win, he could be looking at a title shot in a division that was owned by his teammate, Anderson Silva, until recently.

With such success in the light heavyweight and middleweight divisions, Machida is considered among the pound-for-pound best in MMA. Was his win on Saturday enough for him to break into the Top 10 pound-for-pound rankings?

With UFC Fight Night 30 in the books and UFC Fight Night 31 ahead, here are the latest official UFC rankings

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