UFC Rankings June 5, 2019




The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) today released the updated official UFC fighter rankings. Find out where the top fighters are in the latest standings as of June 5, 2019.

As a reminder, you can always check current UFC rankings in this section of the website:  http://en.mmation.com/ufc/rankings/

 

Pound-For-Pound

1 Daniel Cormier Light heavyweight/ Heavyweight United States
2 Jon Jones Light heavyweight United States
3 Khabib Nurmagomedov Lightweight Russia
4 Henry Cejudo Flyweight United States
5 Max Holloway Featherweight United States
6 Amanda Nunes Women’s Bantamweight Brazil
7 Kamaru Usman Welterweight Nigeria
8 Dustin Poirier Lightweight United States
9 Conor McGregor Lightweight Ireland
10 Robert Whittaker Middleweight Australia
11 Stipe Miocic Heavyweight United States
12 Tony Ferguson Lightweight United States
13 Tyron Woodley Welterweight United States
14 Valentina Shevchenko Women’s Flyweight Kyrgyzstan / Peru
15 Jessica Andrade Women’s Strawweight Brazil

 

Flyweight (115 – 125 lb / 52.2 — 56.7 kg)

Henry Cejudo (Champion) United States
1 Jussier da Silva Brazil
2 Joseph Benavidez United States
3 Alexandre Pantoja Brazil
4 Deiveson Figueiredo Brazil
5 Tim Elliott United States1 position up
6 Rogerio Bontorin Brazil1 position up
7 Ryan Benoit United States1 position up
8 Jordan Espinosa United States1 position up
9 Kai Kara-France New Zealand1 position up
10 Alex Perez United States2 positions up
11 Raulian Paiva Frazao Brazil2 positions up
12 Matt Schnell United States2 positions up

 

Bantamweight (125 – 135 lb / 56.7 – 61.2 kg)

Vacant (Champion)
1 Marlon Moraes Brazil
2 Raphael Assuncao Brazil
3 Aljamain Sterling United States
4 Pedro Munhoz Brazil
5 Dominick Cruz United States
6 Cody Garbrandt United States
7 Jimmie Rivera United States
8 Cory Sandhagen United States
9 Petr Yan Russia
10 John Lineker Brazil
11 Cody Stamann United States
12 Rob Font United States
13 John Dodson United States
14 Alejandro Perez Mexico
15 Thomas Almeida Brazil

 

Featherweight (135 – 145 lb / 61.2 – 65.8 kg)

Max Holloway (Champion) United States
1 Alexander Volkanovski Australia
2 Brian Ortega United States
3 Jose Aldo Brazil
4 Frankie Edgar United States
5 Renato Carneiro Brazil
6 Zabit Magomedsharipov Russia
7 Jeremy Stephens United States
8 Josh Emmett United States
9 Mirsad Bektic Bosnia and Herzegovina
10 Ricardo Lamas United States
11 Yair Rodriguez Mexico
12 Chan Sung Jung South Korea
13 Shane Burgos United States
14 Darren Elkins United States
15 Calvin Kattar United States

 

Lightweight (145 – 155 lb / 65.8 – 70.3 kg)

Khabib Nurmagomedov (Champion) Russia
1 Dustin Poirier (Interim champion) United States
2 Tony Ferguson United States
3 Conor McGregor Ireland
4 Donald Cerrone United States
5 Justin Gaethje United States
6 Al Iaquinta United States
7 Edson Barboza Brazil
8 Anthony Pettis United States
9 Kevin Lee United States
10 Paul Felder United States
11 Charles Oliveira Brazil
12 Gregor Gillespie United States
13 Alexander Hernandez United States
14 Islam Makhachev Russia
15 James Vick United States

 

Welterweight (155 – 170 lb / 70.3 – 77.1 kg)

Kamaru Usman (Champion) Nigeria
1 Tyron Woodley United States
2 Colby Covington United States
3 Rafael dos Anjos Brazil
4 Jorge Masvidal United States
5 Ben Askren United States
6 Darren Till England
7 Stephen Thompson United States
8 Anthony Pettis United States
9 Santiago Ponzinibbio Argentina / United States
10 Robbie Lawler United States
11 Leon Edwards Jamaica
12 Demian Maia Brazil
13 Neil Magny United States
14 Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos Brazil
15 Vicente Luque United States / Brazil

 

Middleweight (170 – 185 lb / 77.1 – 83.9 kg)

Robert Whittaker (Champion) Australia
1 Israel Adesanya (Interim champion) Nigeria
2 Yoel Romero Cuba
3 Luke Rockhold United States
4 Kelvin Gastelum United States
5 Jack Hermansson Sweden
6 Ronaldo Souza Brazil
7 Chris Weidman United States
8 Paulo Costa Brazil
9 Derek Brunson United States
10 Jared Cannonier United States
11 Ian Heinisch United States
12 Brad Tavares United States
13 Antonio Carlos Jr. Brazil
14 Uriah Hall Jamaica
15 David Branch United StatesNew

 

Light Heavyweight (185 – 205 lb / 83.9 – 93.0 kg)

Jon Jones (Champion) United States
1 Daniel Cormier United States
2 Thiago Santos Brazil1 position up
3 Anthony Smith United States1 position up
4 Alexander Gustafsson Sweden2 positions down
5 Dominick Reyes United States
6 Jan Blachowicz Poland
7 Volkan Oezdemir Switzerland
8 Corey Anderson United States
9 Ilir Latifi Sweden
10 Glover Teixeira Brazil
11 Aleksandar Rakic AustriaNew
12 Johnny Walker Brazil
13 Mauricio Rua Brazil
14 Jimi Manuwa England3 positions down
15 Misha Cirkunov Latvia / Canada1 position down

 

Heavyweight (205 – 265 lb / 93.0 – 120.2 kg)

Daniel Cormier (Champion) United States
1 Stipe Miocic United States
2 Francis Ngannou Cameroon / France
3 Junior dos Santos Brazil
4 Curtis Blaydes United States
5 Derrick Lewis United States
6 Alistair Overeem Netherlands
6 Alexander Volkov Russia
8 Cain Velasquez United States
9 Alexey Oleynik Russia
10 Shamil Abdurakhimov Russia
11 Tai Tuivasa Australia
12 Marcin Tybura Poland
13 Blagoy Ivanov Bulgaria
14 Walt Harris United States
15 Augusto Sakai Brazil

 

Women’s Strawweight (under 115 lb / under 52.2 kg)

Jessica Andrade (Champion) Brazil
1 Rose Namajunas United States
2 Tatiana Suarez United States
3 Nina Ansaroff United States
4 Joanna Jedrzejczyk Poland
5 Claudia Gadelha Brazil
6 Weili Zhang China
7 Michelle Waterson United States
8 Tecia Torres United States
9 Carla Esparza United States
10 Karolina Kowalkiewicz Poland
11 Cynthia Calvillo United States
12 Felice Herrig United States
13 Alexa Grasso Mexico
14 Randa Markos Iraq / Canada
15 Cortney Casey United States

 

Women’s Flyweight (115 – 125 lb / 52.2 — 56.7 kg)

Valentina Shevchenko (Champion) Kyrgyzstan / Peru
1 Jessica Eye United States
2 Katlyn Chookagian United States
3 Liz Carmouche United States
4 Joanna Jedrzejczyk Poland
5 Roxanne Modafferi United States
6 Joanne Calderwood Scotland
7 Alexis Davis Canada
8 Lauren Murphy United States
8 Jennifer Maia Brazil
10 Andrea Lee United States
11 Montana De La Rosa United States
12 Mara Romero Borella Italy
13 Maycee Barber United States
14 Paige VanZant United States
15 Poliana Botelho Brazil

 

Women’s Bantamweight (125 – 135 lb / 56.7 – 61.2 kg)

Amanda Nunes (Champion) Brazil
1 Germaine de Randamie Netherlands
2 Holly Holm United States
3 Ketlen Vieira Brazil
4 Aspen Ladd United States
5 Raquel Pennington United States
6 Cat Zingano United States
7 Yana Kunitskaya Russia
8 Marion Reneau United States
9 Irene Aldana Mexico
10 Sara McMann United States
11 Macy Chiasson United States
12 Lina Lansberg Sweden1 position up
13 Tonya Evinger United States1 position down
14 Sijara Eubanks United States1 position up
15 Bethe Correia Brazil1 position down

 

Also see:

Current UFC Rankings
UFC Rankings History