These guys could have easily made the list and be mentioned among the most physically imposing, but 10 is such a round number.
Chad Mendes: Looks at this. Seriously, Mendes is a man among boys with his size and athleticism.
Benson Henderson: The former UFC lightweight champ has tree trunks for legs and is among the biggest lightweights in the division. Few people have the ability to outmuscle "Smooth" when the cage door closes.
Urijah Faber: "The California Kid" helped build the featherweight division and has become a staple of the bantamweight division. Despite being one of the more seasoned fighters on the roster, he is routinely the bigger, faster fighter come fight night.
John Dodson: Move on from the shrieking laugh, and you'll realize Dodson is a physically imposing flyweight. And no, that's not an oxymoron. He has the athleticism of a flyweight and the knockout power of a much larger man.
Gleison Tibau: I know we ask this question every time the Brazilian fights, but seriously, how does he cut down to lightweight?
Khabib Nurmagomedov: It may not always look pretty or technical, but Nurmagomedov's "attack first, attack later" style is definitely imposing. Opposing fighters have to feel like they're fighting a freight train with how unstoppable "The Eagle" has been in the Octagon.
Vitor Belfort: I didn't include him on the list because of how many TRT-related comments it would inspire. Still, whether it's from a pharmacy or training, he is a freak of nature when it comes to physique and stopping power.