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Heavyweight
1.  Vitaly Minakov (Bellator Champion)
2.  Alexander Volkov (Bellator)
3.  Damian Grabowski (M-1 Global Champion)
4.  Marcin Tybura (M-1 Global)
5.  Sergei Kharitonov (M-1 Global)
6.  Magomed Malikov (M-1 Global)
7.  Satoshi Ishii (IGF Champion)
8.  Cheick Kongo (Bellator)
9.  Blagoi Ivanov (Bellator)
10. Konstantin Gluhov (M-1 Global)

Other Contenders: Karol Bedorf (KSW Champion), Ken Hasegawa (DEEP Champion), Shamil Abdurahimov (M-1 Global), Kenny Garner (M-1 Global), Derrick Mehmen (WSOF)

Light Heavyweight
1.  Emanuel Newton (Bellator Champion)
2.  Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (Bellator)
3.  Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (Bellator)
4.  Thiago Silva (Fight Time)
5.  Yoshiyuki Nakanishi (DEEP Champion)
6.  Attila Vegh (Bellator)
7.  Mikhail Zayats (Bellator)
8.  Mike Kyle (WSOF)
9.  Tito Ortiz (Bellator)
10. Stephan Puetz (M-1 Global Champion)

Other Contenders: Jason Jones (BAMMA Champion), Luiz Cane (SFT), Joey Beltran (Bellator), Viktor Nemkov (M-1 Global), Christian M’Pumbu (Bellator)

Middleweight
1.  Mamed Khalidov (KSW)
2.  Alexander Shlemenko (Bellator Champion)
3.  Yushin Okami (WSOF)
4.  Ramazan Emeev (M-1 Global Champion)
5.  Maiquel Falcao (KSW)
6.  Vyacheslav Vasilevsky (M-1 Global)
7.  Michal Materla (KSW Champion)
8.  Brett Cooper (Bellator)
9.  David Branch (WSOF Champion)
10. Doug Marshall (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Jay Silva (KSW), Kazuhiro Nakamura (DEEP Champion), Leandro Ataides (ONE FC), Jesse Taylor (WSOF), Elvis Mutapcic (WSOF)

Welterweight
1.  Ben Askren (ONE FC)
2.  Douglas Lima (Bellator Champion)
3.  Rousimar Palhares (WSOF Champion)
4.  Jake Shields (WSOF)
5.  Steve Carl (WSOF)
6.  Andrey Koreshkov (Bellator)
7.  Josh Burkman (WSOF)
8.  Jon Fitch (WSOF)
9.  Paul Daley (BAMMA)
10. Rick Hawn (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Nobutatsu Suzuki (ONE FC Champion), Borys Mankowski (KSW Champion), Michael Page (Bellator), Yasubey Enomoto (Fight Nights), Aslambek Saidov (KSW)

Lightweight
1.  Eddie Alvarez (Bellator Champion)
2.  Will Brooks (Bellator)
3.  Michael Chandler (Bellator)
4.  Shinya Aoki (ONE FC Champion)
5.  Justin Gaethje (WSOF Champion)
6.  Musa Khamanaev (M-1 Global Champion)
7.  Patricky Freire (Bellator)
8.  Marcin Held (Bellator)
9.  Isao Kobayashi (King of Pancrase)
10. David Rickels (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Saad Awad (Bellator), Ramazan Esenbaev (IGF), Melvin Guillard (WSOF), Lowen Tynanes (ONE FC), Leandro Silva (Pancrase)

Featherweight
1.  Pat Curran (Bellator Champion)
2.  Patricio Freire (Bellator)
3.  Rick Glenn (WSOF Champion)
4.  Daniel Straus (Bellator)
5.  Kazunori Yokota (DEEP Champion)
6.  Georgi Karakhanyan (WSOF)
7.  Daniel Weichel (Bellator)
8.  Caol Uno (Shooto)
9.  Koji Oishi (ONE FC Champion)
10. Daniel Romero (Shooto)

Other Contenders: Marat Gafurov (M-1 Global Champion), Hiroyuki Takaya (Shooto), Diego Nunes (Bellator), Magomedrasul Khasbulaev (Bellator), Fabricio de Assis Costa da Silva (Bellator)

Bantamweight
1.  Bibiano Fernandes (ONE FC Champion)
2.  Eduardo Dantas (Bellator Champion)
3.  Joe Warren (Bellator)  
4.  Marlon Moraes (WSOF Champion)
5.  Soo-Chul Kim (ROAD FC)
6.  Shintaro Ishiwatari (King of Pancrase)
7.  Marcos Galvao (Bellator)
8.  Masakatsu Ueda (ONE FC)
9.  Luis Alberto Nogueira (Bellator)
10. Dae Hwan Kim (ONE FC)

Other Contenders: Cody Bollinger (WSOF), Yuta Sasaki (Shooto), Kevin Belingon (ONE FC), Tyson Nam (WSOF), Rafael Silva (Bellator)

Flyweight
1.  Tatsumitsu Wada (DEEP Champion)
2.  Haruo Ochi (DEEP)
3.  Andrew Leone (ONE FC)
4.  Adriano Moraes (ONE FC)
5.  Yuki Motoya (DEEP)
6.  Shinichi "BJ" Kojima (ONE FC)
7.  Nam Jin Jo (ROAD FC)
8.  Czar Sklavos (Shooto)
9.  Ryuichi Miki (Shooto Champion)
10. Alexandre Pantoja Passidomo (Shooto Brazil)

Other Contenders: Mikihito Yamagami (ROAD FC), Kiyotaka Shimizu (King of Pancrase), Yasuhiro Urushitani (ONE FC), Dileno Lopes (Shooto Brazil), Hideo Tokoro (Shooto)

Junior Flyweight
1.  Mitsuhisa Sunabe (King of Pancrase)
2.  Rambaa Somdet (PXC)
3.  Shinya Murofushi (Shooto Champion)
4.  Junji Ito (Shooto)
5.  Yoshitaka “Nobita” Naito (Shooto)
6.  Yuki Shojo (Shooto)
7.  Tadaaki Yamamoto (Shooto)
8.  Noboru Tahara (Pancrase)
9.  Hiroyuki Abe (Pancrase)
10. Tatsuya Yamamoto (Shooto)

Other Contenders: Gilberto Dias (Shooto Brazil), Jun Nakamura (Shooto), Akihito Sasao (Shooto), Masayoshi Kato (Shooto), Ryo Hatta (ZST)

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Global-MMA Ranking Update Summary (June 2014)

* Ranked Fighters Removed from All Previous Rankings Dating Back to February 2012:

Heavyweight: Tony Lopez, Fedor Emelianenko (Retired), Cole Konrad (Retired), Brett Rogers, Eric Prindle, Todd Duffee (UFC), Alexei Kudin, Soa Palelei (UFC), Levan Razmadze, Rich Hale, Chaban Ka, Rolles Gracie, Jeff Monson, Peter Graham, Alexey Oleinik (UFC), Konstantin Gluhov, Aleksander Emelianenko, Ryan Martinez, Lavar Johnson, Mike Russow, Andrei Arlovski (UFC), Dmitriy Sosnovskiy, Guram Gugenishvilli

Light Heavyweight: Glover Texeira (UFC), D.J. Linderman, Marcus Vanttinen, Gegard Mousasi (Strikeforce), Jimi Manuwa (UFC), Vinny Magalhaes (UFC), Roger Hollett (UFC), Richard Hale (Division Change), Mark Godbeer, Maxim Grishin, Travis Wiuff (Division Change), Tomasz Narkun, Sergey Kornev (Retired), Robert Drysdale (UFC), Renato “Babalu” Sobral, Aleksandar Radosavljevic (Retired), Max Nunes, Jacob Noe, Raphael Davis, Jan Blachowicz (UFC), Anthony Johnson (UFC), Paul Buentello, Vladimir Matyushenko (Retired), Moise Rimbon, Roger Gracie

Middleweight: Nate Marquardt (Strikeforce), Giva Santana, Bryan Baker, Hector Lombard (UFC), Andrei Semenov, Jorge Santiago (Strikeforce), Anthony Johnson (Division Change), Ryuta Sakurai, Magomed Sultanakhmedov (Retired), Antonio Neto (UFC), Thales Leites (UFC), Vitor Vianna, Bruno Santos, Roger Gracie (Division Change), Mario Miranda (Division Change), Arthur Guseinov, Dan Cramer, Eun-Su Lee

Welterweight: Ben Saunders, Gael Grimaud, Bryan Baker, Yuya Shirai, Marius Zaromskis, Lyman Good, Myung Ho Bae, Fabricio Monteiro, Jay Hieron, Karl Amoussou, Akihiro Murayama, Rashid Magomedov (UFC), Albert Tumenov (UFC), Alexander Yakovlev (UFC), Takenori Sato (UFC), Keita “K-Taro” Nakamura (Division Change), Ryan Ford, Shamil Zavurov

Lightweight: Francisco Trinaldo (UFC), Ricardo Tirloni, Koji Oishi, Mizuto Hirota (Strikeforce), Mairbek Taisumov, Zorobabel Moreira, Alexander Sarnavskiy, Rich Clementi, Katsunori Kikuno, Paul Sass, Lloyd Woodard, Antonio McKee (Retired), Dave Jansen, Lewis Gonzales, Satoru Kitaoka, Yui Chul Nam (UFC), Kuniyoshi Hironaka, Kotetsu Boku, Naoyuki Kotani (UFC), Vuyisile Colossa (UFC), Nick Newell

Featherweight: Ronnie Mann, Mike Corey, Wilson Reis, Joachim Hansen, Mike Richman, Yusuke Kawanago, Takeshi Inoue, Joe Warren (Division Change), Wagnney Fabiano, Shahbulat Shamhalaev, Honorio Banario, Kazuyuki Miyata, Tatsuya Kawajiri (UFC), Doo Ho Choi (UFC), Takumi Nakayama, Marlon Sandro, Matt Bessette, Shinya Aoki

Bantamweight: Hiroshi Nakamura, Masakazu Imanari, Hideo Tokoro, Yusup Saadulaev, Antonio Banuelos, Wagnney Fabiano (Division Change), Alexis Vila, Rodolfo Marques Diniz, Travis Marx, Zach Makovsky (Division Change), Kyoji Horiguchi (UFC), Miguel Torres, Leandro Issa (UFC), Pablo Alfonso, Ed West, Anthony Leone

Flyweight: Taiyo Nakahara, Kentaro Watanabe, Rey Docyogen, Yuki Yasunaga, Ali Bagautinov (UFC), Jose Maria Tome (UFC), Darrell Montague (UFC), Zach Makovsky, Sergio Pettis (UFC), Alexis Vila (Division Change), Will Campuzano (UFC), Joshua Sampo (UFC), Mamoru Yamaguchi, Yoshiro Maeda, Yosuke Saruta, Kentaro Watanabe

Junior Flyweight: Junji Ikoma, Takehiro Ishii, Mikihito Yamagami (Division Change), Masakazu Utsugi, Takuya Eizumi, Ryosuke Tanuma

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Global-MMA Ranking Rules

*This ranking system includes fighters that are not under exclusive contract to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

*Top level fighters that leave the UFC may be ranked in subsequent rankings.

*Fighters that sign exclusively to the UFC will be removed from the rankings.

*Rankings are based on a fighter's overall career results and recent performance.


*A fighter will be ranked number one if he defeats the number one ranked fighter in the weight division except under certain rare circumstances where the number two ranked fighter clearly deserves to move into the number one ranking position.  

*Victories over highly ranked fighters and losses against non-ranked opponents have a larger effect on the fighters ranking position.

*A fighter will not necessarily take the place of his opponent in the rankings after a victory or a loss.


* A fighter can move up a maximum of three spots with impressive victories over a fighter ranked below him; however, there is no limit if the fighter earned a title or a tournament championship with the victory.

* An unranked newly crowned champion who earned a title in a major league MMA promotion can enter the top ten even with a victory over an unranked fighter.

*A fighter will drop in the rankings if he does not fight regularly against high level competition.

*A top ten ranked fighter can become ranked in another weight division after one or more wins in his new weight class.

*A fighter can be ranked in two different weight divisions.

*Champions and fighters from prominent promotions will have an advantage over champions and fighters from promotions with lesser competition.


*A fighter will be removed from the rankings if he does not fight for two years.

*Fighters that are signed to multiple promotions will have their promotions listed based on the following criteria: 1) championship held in a promotion, 2) predominant promotion the fighter fights in, 3) promotion
last fought in.

*Rankings will be updated every month.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by MR.WILLIE on Sun Jul 06, 2014 8:50 pm

best rankings in the world! my friend cd....



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Post by MR.WILLIE on Sun Jul 06, 2014 8:50 pm

i think m'pumbu should be drop for sure....imo

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Post by Hamilcar on Sun Jul 06, 2014 10:41 pm

I still don't like Rampage, King Mo and Ortiz in the light heavyweight rankings. They just feel like old wash outs to me who can be beaten by any new up and comer.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by MR.WILLIE on Mon Jul 07, 2014 3:21 am

After beating jz, guillard should be ranked

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Post by CDF47 on Mon Jul 07, 2014 3:47 pm

MR.WILLIE wrote:best rankings in the world! my friend cd....



Thanks Willie

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Post by CDF47 on Mon Jul 07, 2014 3:48 pm

MR.WILLIE wrote:i think m'pumbu should be drop for sure....imo

Yeah, he's dropped to the last spot and hanging on by a thread. He may be out soon. If a solid unranked LHW gets a good win this month, he may be replaced.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by CDF47 on Mon Jul 07, 2014 3:51 pm

Hamilcar wrote:I still don't like Rampage, King Mo and Ortiz in the light heavyweight rankings.  They just feel like old wash outs to me who can be beaten by any new up and comer.

King Mo came into the rankings as the top LHW. He had some wins but dropped two to the new top LHW Newton. Page came into the rankings in the top 5 and then beat Mo so that moved him up where he is.

I thought Tito's finish of the then number 1 MW earned him a lower end top 10 spot.

Page has looked impressive lately and his losses in UFC were to some of the best. I think Newton will take him out though if they fight. Mo has not been fairing too well and may get passed up soon.

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Post by CDF47 on Mon Jul 07, 2014 3:53 pm

MR.WILLIE wrote:After beating jz, guillard should be ranked

I moved him up into the ranking contenders 2 spots (top 13) with that nice finishing win.  I think he should still be below Awad. It's a toss up for top 12 with Ramazan who finished Kitaoka. He could be top 5 with a win over Gaethje which is the fight that makes the most sense next.  I think Gaethje will take him out though.  That kid is impressive.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by nathanli on Mon Jul 07, 2014 8:50 pm

Good overall rankings. Just a few things I have a problem with.

Kenny Garner shouldn't be on this list. Even if he did get two wins over Guram and a win over Malikov, he's on a 4 fight losing streak. I would have Konstantin Erokhin or Denis Smoldarev in his place.

Mike Kyle is way too high. Yes his recent losses are to solid competition in Mousasi, Arlovski, and Rumble, but his only solid victories in recent memory are to Marcos Rogerio Pezao and Rafael Cavalcante years ago. Also agree that M'Pumbu is a undersized 205er and won't make it near the top of the division any time soon. I would replace both with Jason Brilz (who is undefeated since leaving UFC and found a nice little niche in Titan FC) and the winner of the Luiz Lins/Liam Mcgeary Bellator tournament fight.

Jay Silva got the best of Materla once in their trilogy, but that shouldn't be all it takes to get him ranked. He lost the rubber match, and is 4-6 since being cut from UFC years ago. I like how Michail Tsarev has done since being cut from Bellator so he would be my choice to replace him. I'd also give Cage Warriors MW champ Jack Hermansson a nod.

I would rate guys like Ryan Ford, Nicolas Dalby, and Danny Roberts higher at 170 than some of the other contenders. Michael Page hasn't fought a real test yet so it's tough for me to put him that high. I'd still put guys like Amoussou and Zaromskis above him in that Bellator division.

155 is pretty good, but i think Luiz Buscape should be in the mix. He's beaten some good veteran names in his last couple fights.

Yokota and Romero are way too high. I don't recognize any of the fighters Yokota has beaten in his run other than Maruyama and he's 12-9. Takaya is a good win for Romero, but 8-5 shouldn't get you on this list. Jadamba should be back in the mix after winning his One FC debut. Des Green or Goiti Yamauchi would be other choices for me.

I'm not trying to dog on you because I know you put a lot of work into this. Just a few things I think you should consider for future ranking lists.

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Post by God of Thunder on Tue Jul 08, 2014 4:14 am

nathanli wrote:Good overall rankings. Just a few things I have a problem with.

Kenny Garner shouldn't be on this list. Even if he did get two wins over Guram and a win over Malikov, he's on a 4 fight losing streak. I would have Konstantin Erokhin or Denis Smoldarev in his place.

Mike Kyle is way too high. Yes his recent losses are to solid competition in Mousasi, Arlovski, and Rumble, but his only solid victories in recent memory are to Marcos Rogerio Pezao and Rafael Cavalcante years ago. Also agree that M'Pumbu is a undersized 205er and won't make it near the top of the division any time soon. I would replace both with Jason Brilz (who is undefeated since leaving UFC and found a nice little niche in Titan FC) and the winner of the Luiz Lins/Liam Mcgeary Bellator tournament fight.

Jay Silva got the best of Materla once in their trilogy, but that shouldn't be all it takes to get him ranked. He lost the rubber match, and is 4-6 since being cut from UFC years ago. I like how Michail Tsarev has done since being cut from Bellator so he would be my choice to replace him. I'd also give Cage Warriors MW champ Jack Hermansson a nod.

I would rate guys like Ryan Ford, Nicolas Dalby, and Danny Roberts higher at 170 than some of the other contenders. Michael Page hasn't fought a real test yet so it's tough for me to put him that high. I'd still put guys like Amoussou and Zaromskis above him in that Bellator division.

155 is pretty good, but i think Luiz Buscape should be in the mix. He's beaten some good veteran names in his last couple fights.

Yokota and Romero are way too high. I don't recognize any of the fighters Yokota has beaten in his run other than Maruyama and he's 12-9. Takaya is a good win for Romero, but 8-5 shouldn't get you on this list. Jadamba should be back in the mix after winning his One FC debut. Des Green or Goiti Yamauchi would be other choices for me.

I'm not trying to dog on you because I know you put a lot of work into this. Just a few things I think you should consider for future ranking lists.
Good call on Garner. I agree Erokhin or Smoldarev should take his place
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Post by CDF47 on Tue Jul 08, 2014 5:22 pm

nathanli wrote:Good overall rankings. Just a few things I have a problem with.

Kenny Garner shouldn't be on this list. Even if he did get two wins over Guram and a win over Malikov, he's on a 4 fight losing streak. I would have Konstantin Erokhin or Denis Smoldarev in his place.

Mike Kyle is way too high. Yes his recent losses are to solid competition in Mousasi, Arlovski, and Rumble, but his only solid victories in recent memory are to Marcos Rogerio Pezao and Rafael Cavalcante years ago. Also agree that M'Pumbu is a undersized 205er and won't make it near the top of the division any time soon. I would replace both with Jason Brilz (who is undefeated since leaving UFC and found a nice little niche in Titan FC) and the winner of the Luiz Lins/Liam Mcgeary Bellator tournament fight.

Jay Silva got the best of Materla once in their trilogy, but that shouldn't be all it takes to get him ranked. He lost the rubber match, and is 4-6 since being cut from UFC years ago. I like how Michail Tsarev has done since being cut from Bellator so he would be my choice to replace him. I'd also give Cage Warriors MW champ Jack Hermansson a nod.

I would rate guys like Ryan Ford, Nicolas Dalby, and Danny Roberts higher at 170 than some of the other contenders. Michael Page hasn't fought a real test yet so it's tough for me to put him that high. I'd still put guys like Amoussou and Zaromskis above him in that Bellator division.

155 is pretty good, but i think Luiz Buscape should be in the mix. He's beaten some good veteran names in his last couple fights.

Yokota and Romero are way too high. I don't recognize any of the fighters Yokota has beaten in his run other than Maruyama and he's 12-9. Takaya is a good win for Romero, but 8-5 shouldn't get you on this list. Jadamba should be back in the mix after winning his One FC debut. Des Green or Goiti Yamauchi would be other choices for me.

I'm not trying to dog on you because I know you put a lot of work into this. Just a few things I think you should consider for future ranking lists.

Thanks for all the comments.  They will be considered as I make updates.  Yeah, Garner may drop off soon after those fighters get their next win.

Kyle's win over ranked Wiuff at the time jumped him up in the rankings.  He'll probably be getting passed up soon.  M'Pumbu will probably be replaced after your suggested fighters fights happen.

Silva did get there with his win over ranked  Materla.  He too will probably get passed up soon as he has been. Similar with Romero, he got ranked after finishing ranked Takaya.

Real good comments and I will consider all these as fighters win/lose and pass up some of these guys.

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Post by CDF47 on Fri Aug 01, 2014 7:16 pm

I'm thinking Luiz "Buscape" Firmino at LW in the contenders since Eddie will be removed as suggested by nathanli above.  Thoughts?

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Post by CDF47 on Fri Aug 01, 2014 7:22 pm

nathanli wrote:Good overall rankings. Just a few things I have a problem with.

Kenny Garner shouldn't be on this list. Even if he did get two wins over Guram and a win over Malikov, he's on a 4 fight losing streak. I would have Konstantin Erokhin or Denis Smoldarev in his place.

Mike Kyle is way too high. Yes his recent losses are to solid competition in Mousasi, Arlovski, and Rumble, but his only solid victories in recent memory are to Marcos Rogerio Pezao and Rafael Cavalcante years ago. Also agree that M'Pumbu is a undersized 205er and won't make it near the top of the division any time soon. I would replace both with Jason Brilz (who is undefeated since leaving UFC and found a nice little niche in Titan FC) and the winner of the Luiz Lins/Liam Mcgeary Bellator tournament fight.

Jay Silva got the best of Materla once in their trilogy, but that shouldn't be all it takes to get him ranked. He lost the rubber match, and is 4-6 since being cut from UFC years ago. I like how Michail Tsarev has done since being cut from Bellator so he would be my choice to replace him. I'd also give Cage Warriors MW champ Jack Hermansson a nod.

I would rate guys like Ryan Ford, Nicolas Dalby, and Danny Roberts higher at 170 than some of the other contenders. Michael Page hasn't fought a real test yet so it's tough for me to put him that high. I'd still put guys like Amoussou and Zaromskis above him in that Bellator division.

155 is pretty good, but i think Luiz Buscape should be in the mix. He's beaten some good veteran names in his last couple fights.

Yokota and Romero are way too high. I don't recognize any of the fighters Yokota has beaten in his run other than Maruyama and he's 12-9. Takaya is a good win for Romero, but 8-5 shouldn't get you on this list. Jadamba should be back in the mix after winning his One FC debut. Des Green or Goiti Yamauchi would be other choices for me.

I'm not trying to dog on you because I know you put a lot of work into this. Just a few things I think you should consider for future ranking lists.

You'll be seeing some of your suggestions in the rankings next month based on fights that occured and fighters leaving the global MMA scene.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by nathanli on Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:22 pm

CDF47 wrote:I'm thinking Luiz "Buscape" Firmino at LW in the contenders since Eddie will be removed as suggested by nathanli above.  Thoughts?

I still think he would be a great addition. I also think that Alex Sarnavskiy could be on this list with another victory.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by nathanli on Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:24 pm

CDF47 wrote:
nathanli wrote:Good overall rankings. Just a few things I have a problem with.

Kenny Garner shouldn't be on this list. Even if he did get two wins over Guram and a win over Malikov, he's on a 4 fight losing streak. I would have Konstantin Erokhin or Denis Smoldarev in his place.

Mike Kyle is way too high. Yes his recent losses are to solid competition in Mousasi, Arlovski, and Rumble, but his only solid victories in recent memory are to Marcos Rogerio Pezao and Rafael Cavalcante years ago. Also agree that M'Pumbu is a undersized 205er and won't make it near the top of the division any time soon. I would replace both with Jason Brilz (who is undefeated since leaving UFC and found a nice little niche in Titan FC) and the winner of the Luiz Lins/Liam Mcgeary Bellator tournament fight.

Jay Silva got the best of Materla once in their trilogy, but that shouldn't be all it takes to get him ranked. He lost the rubber match, and is 4-6 since being cut from UFC years ago. I like how Michail Tsarev has done since being cut from Bellator so he would be my choice to replace him. I'd also give Cage Warriors MW champ Jack Hermansson a nod.

I would rate guys like Ryan Ford, Nicolas Dalby, and Danny Roberts higher at 170 than some of the other contenders. Michael Page hasn't fought a real test yet so it's tough for me to put him that high. I'd still put guys like Amoussou and Zaromskis above him in that Bellator division.

155 is pretty good, but i think Luiz Buscape should be in the mix. He's beaten some good veteran names in his last couple fights.

Yokota and Romero are way too high. I don't recognize any of the fighters Yokota has beaten in his run other than Maruyama and he's 12-9. Takaya is a good win for Romero, but 8-5 shouldn't get you on this list. Jadamba should be back in the mix after winning his One FC debut. Des Green or Goiti Yamauchi would be other choices for me.

I'm not trying to dog on you because I know you put a lot of work into this. Just a few things I think you should consider for future ranking lists.

You'll be seeing some of your suggestions in the rankings next month based on fights that occured and fighters leaving the global MMA scene.

A lot of big fights coming up! Excited to see things get mixed up.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by CDF47 on Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:03 am

nathanli wrote:
CDF47 wrote:I'm thinking Luiz "Buscape" Firmino at LW in the contenders since Eddie will be removed as suggested by nathanli above.  Thoughts?

I still think he would be a great addition. I also think that Alex Sarnavskiy could be on this list with another victory.

Buscape will be going in.  Sarnavskiy is close, I agree. He was ranked before but got passed up after losses but could make a return.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - July 2014

Post by CDF47 on Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:05 am

nathanli wrote:
CDF47 wrote:
nathanli wrote:Good overall rankings. Just a few things I have a problem with.

Kenny Garner shouldn't be on this list. Even if he did get two wins over Guram and a win over Malikov, he's on a 4 fight losing streak. I would have Konstantin Erokhin or Denis Smoldarev in his place.

Mike Kyle is way too high. Yes his recent losses are to solid competition in Mousasi, Arlovski, and Rumble, but his only solid victories in recent memory are to Marcos Rogerio Pezao and Rafael Cavalcante years ago. Also agree that M'Pumbu is a undersized 205er and won't make it near the top of the division any time soon. I would replace both with Jason Brilz (who is undefeated since leaving UFC and found a nice little niche in Titan FC) and the winner of the Luiz Lins/Liam Mcgeary Bellator tournament fight.

Jay Silva got the best of Materla once in their trilogy, but that shouldn't be all it takes to get him ranked. He lost the rubber match, and is 4-6 since being cut from UFC years ago. I like how Michail Tsarev has done since being cut from Bellator so he would be my choice to replace him. I'd also give Cage Warriors MW champ Jack Hermansson a nod.

I would rate guys like Ryan Ford, Nicolas Dalby, and Danny Roberts higher at 170 than some of the other contenders. Michael Page hasn't fought a real test yet so it's tough for me to put him that high. I'd still put guys like Amoussou and Zaromskis above him in that Bellator division.

155 is pretty good, but i think Luiz Buscape should be in the mix. He's beaten some good veteran names in his last couple fights.

Yokota and Romero are way too high. I don't recognize any of the fighters Yokota has beaten in his run other than Maruyama and he's 12-9. Takaya is a good win for Romero, but 8-5 shouldn't get you on this list. Jadamba should be back in the mix after winning his One FC debut. Des Green or Goiti Yamauchi would be other choices for me.

I'm not trying to dog on you because I know you put a lot of work into this. Just a few things I think you should consider for future ranking lists.

You'll be seeing some of your suggestions in the rankings next month based on fights that occured and fighters leaving the global MMA scene.

A lot of big fights coming up! Excited to see things get mixed up.

Yup, August looks like a pretty good month for global MMA.

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