Anderson Silva is just too good.
For years now, he has been considered the best pound for pound fighter on the planet and, after his performance at UFC 134 last night, it's looking like Silva will occupy the P4P throne for a long time still.
Silva's opponent last night was Yushin Okami, a strong grappler that many believed had a good chance of upsetting the UFC's middleweight champ.
Although he trained with Chael Sonnen for this fight, Okami's performance looked nothing like when Sonnen fought Silva, as the Japanese fighter was very tentative and hesitant to engage.
Said hesitancy allowed Silva time to figure Okami's timing, and we all know what happens when Silva gets his opponent's timing down.
Early in the second round, Silva baited Okami by dropping his hands to his sides and tagged the challenger when he rushed in. Okami fell to the ground, hurt badly, and Silva ended the fight with ground and pound.
Pound for pound rankings are meant to be current, always up to date, and so after every UFC event, a new list must be made.
Taking in the consideration all of the events that transpired last night, here is the new top 25 pound for pound fighters in MMA.