Daniel Cormier recently cemented his position among the best of the best in the heavyweight division, as he now prepares to make the jump to the UFC's Octagon.
Daniel Cormier has yet to crack the top spot in the World MMA Top 10 Rankings in the heavyweight division, but certainly has cemented his position amongst the top three.
Daniel Cormier and Chan Sung Jung scored the biggest wins of their careers, earning each a big jump up in the World MMA Top 10 Rankings.
Following an explosive performance against Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva, UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt edged up the divisional rankings a couple of notches.
Georges St-Pierre won a narrow, split-decision victory over Johny Hendricks over the weekend, but it was enough to keep him at the top of the welterweight rankings.
Finally returning to the Bellator cage, Eddie Alvarez recaptured the lightweight championship and made a move up the lightweight division rankings.
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida made an immediate impact on the middleweight division and the World MMA Rankings with his victory over Mark Munoz.
With her upset of Sarah Kaufman, Jessica "Evil" Eye leaped into the women's pound-for-pound World MMA Rankings.
The updated MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings were released on Saturday, Oct. 12. Jake Shields made a jump up the welterweight rankings with his recent victory over Demian Maia.
The updated MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings were released on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Jon Jones maintained his stranglehold on the top spot.
The updated MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings were released on Saturday, Sept. 7. Anthony Pettis took top honors in the lightweight division.
The updated MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings were released on Friday, Aug. 23. Matt Brown, Chael Sonnen, and Travis Browne moved into the ranks.
It's a difficult road, but Bellator champion Michael Chandler lurks, continuing to claw his way up the World MMA Top 10 Rankings at lightweight.
Cris Cyborg Justino rolled over Marloes Coenen to become the first Invicta FC featherweight champion and reclaimed the top women's ranking from UFC champ Ronda Rousey.
Chris Weidman did what many thought would never happen, he upset longtime UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva. The victory propelled Weidman to the No. 1 middleweight ranking.