Cory’s Rankings for the Week of March 17: Heavyweights

HEAVYWEIGHT

1. Cain Velasquez (11-1): Last Fight [W] Junior dos Santos, UFC, December 29
2. Junior dos Santos (15-2): Last Fight [L] Cain Velasquez, UFC, December 29
3. Fabricio Werdum (16-5-1): Last Fight [W] Mike Russow, UFC, June 23
4. Daniel Cormier (11-0): Last Fight [W] Dion Staring, Strikeforce, January 12
5. Frank Mir (16-6): Last Fight [L] Junior dos Santos, UFC, May 26
6. Antonio Silva (18-4): Last Fight [W] Alistair Overeem, UFC, February 2
7. Josh Barnett (32-6): Last Fight [W] Nandor Guelmino, Strikeforce, January 12
8. Mark Hunt (9-7): Last Fight [W] Stefan Struve, UFC, March 3
9. Alistair Overeem (36-12): Last Fight [L] Antonio Silva, UFC, February 2
10. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (34-7-1): Last Fight [W] Dave Herman, UFC, October 13
11. Roy Nelson (18-7): Last Fight [W] Matt Mitrione, UFC, December 15
12. Travis Browne (13-1-1): Last Fight [L] Antonio Silva, UFC, October 5
13. Stefan Struve (25-6): Last Fight [L] Mark Hunt, UFC, March 3
14. Cheick Kongo (18-7-2): Last Fight [W] Shawn Jordan, UFC, July 21
15. Cole Konrad (9-0): Last Fight [W] Eric Prindle, Bellator, May 25
16. Sergei Kharitonov (19-5): Last Fight [W] John Delgado, Russian Open Championship, June 1
17. Brendan Schaub (9-3): Last Fight [W] Lavar Johnson, UFC, February 23
18. Matt Mitrione (5-2): Last Fight [L] Roy Nelson, UFC, December 15
19. Stipe Miocic (9-1): Last Fight [L] Stefan Struve, UFC, September 29
20. Lavar Johnson (17-7): Last Fight [L] Brendan Schaub, UFC, February 23
21. Pat Barry (8-5): Last Fight [W] Shane del Rosario, UFC, December 15
22. Shane del Rosario (11-2): Last Fight [L] Pat Barry, UFC, December 15
23. Todd Duffee (8-2): Last Fight [W] Phil De Fries, UFC, December 29
24. Gabriel Gonzaga (14-6): Last Fight [W] Ben Rothwell, UFC, January 19
25. Shawn Jordan (14-4): Last Fight [W] Mike Russow, UFC, January 26

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2 responses

    • Perhaps more than many rankers, I’m willing to give some cred to a fighter’s overall career path. Basically until a fighter starts actually losing, I’m not really going to drop them too much. It generally takes good, big wins to pass someone a lot of the time, like what Bigfoot did.

      Believe me, if he beats JDS then he’ll be like, 3 or 4

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