Featherweight MMA Top 10 (145-pound limit)


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WEC featherweight champion Jose Aldo1. Jose Aldo

2. Chad Mendes

3. Ricardo Lamas

4. Cub Swanson

5. Frankie Edgar

6. Chan Sung Jung

7. Dustin Poirier

8. Nik Lentz

9. Pat Curran

10. Daniel Straus

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