Cain Velasquez dominated former No. 1 heavyweight Junior dos Santos recently to not only retake the UFC championship, but also reclaimed his stop as the No. 1 heavyweight in the world.
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre made his return to fighting on Saturday night, and to the top of World MMA Rankings.
There's not too much movement in the latest World MMA Rankings updated, but with a stacked week of fights, big changes could be brewing.
Some of the sports top stars won't find themselves in the top 10 because of inactivity.
John Dodson recently blasted one of the top flyweights in the world, subsequently, he is rocketing up the flyweight World MMA Rankings.
Demetrious Johnson recently captured the UFC flyweight title, but he also leapfrogged Joseph Benavidez into the top spot on the World Top 10 MMA Rankings featherweight division.
If there were any doubts before, now, there are none; Ronda Rousey sits atop the women's Top 10 rankings.
With few waves in the last couple of MMA Top 10 rankings updates, can Benson Henderson hang on to the top lightweight spot or is Frankie Edgar poised to snatch it back?
Chris Weidman made a significant move in the middleweight top ten rankings, but can anyone dislodge Anderson Silva from the top spot?
Anderson Silva has had an iron clad grip on No. 1 at middleweight. Can Chael Sonnen be the man to take the top spot from him?
Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson made a move up to No. 2 with his win over Ian McCall, making his title showdown with Joseph Benavidez a battle between the two top ranked flyweights.
Just as he's rocketing into UFC title contention, Martin Kampmann is also rocketing up the welterweight division of the MMAWeekly.com World Top 10 MMA Rankings.
Junior dos Santos dominated Frank Mir at UFC 146 on Saturday night, maintaining his stranglehold on the top spot in the heavyweight Top 10.
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.
With Georges St-Pierre on the sidelines, no scheduled fight in sight, Carlos Condit takes over the No. 1 spot in the welterweight World MMA Top 10 Rankings.