If there were any doubts before, now, there are none; Ronda Rousey sits atop the women's Top 10 rankings.
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.
Ronda Rousey continued her streak of first-round armbar victories, cementing her spot as the top women's pound-for-pound fighter in the World MMA Rankings.
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.
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.
With his win over Rashad Evans at UFC 145, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones maintains his stranglehold on the top spot at 205 pounds.
The latest MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings are out, including the debut of the Flyweights!
The return of Cris Cyborg and the arrival of Cat Zingano shake up the upper echelon of the women's pound-for-pound rankings.