UFC 128 Results: Power Ranking the Top 25 Pound-for-Pound Fighters in MMA

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UFC 128 Results: Power Ranking the Top 25 Pound-for-Pound Fighters in MMA

Well, that seemed pretty easy, didn't it?

Jon Jones became the youngest UFC champion of all time last night when he steamrolled Mauricio "Shogun" Rua, stopping him by TKO in the third round in the main event of UFC 128.

In what was supposed to be his hardest fight to date, Jones made Shogun look like every other opponent he's walked right through up to this point. And though Shogun was certainly not the best version of himself we have seen, Jones is clearly on a higher level than every other light heavyweight in the world.

Of course, Jones takes a massive boost up the rankings by demolishing the previously ranked No. 5 Shogun.

Urijah Faber continued his mission to be a UFC champion by earning a unanimous decision over Eddie Wineland in the his UFC debut. Faber, previously ranked No. 25, gets a boost back towards his old ranking among the top 10.

The list is devoid of any heavyweights to give more attention to the smaller fighters.

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