Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

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Post by CDF47 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 8:33 am

Heavyweight
1.  Alexander Volkov (Bellator Champion)
2.  Kenny Garner (M-1 Global Champion)
3.  Marcin Tybura (M-1 Global)
4.  Magomed Malikov (M-1 Global)
5.  Damian Grabowski (M-1 Global)
6.  Alexey Oleinik (ProFC)
7.  Vitaly Minakov (Bellator)
8.  Sergei Kharitonov (M-1 Global)
9.  Konstantin Gluhov (M-1 Global)
10. Cheick Kongo (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Andrei Arlovski (WSOF), Peter Graham (Bellator), Satoshi Ishii (M-1 Global), Ryan Martinez (Bellator), Aleksander Emelianenko (ProFC)

Light Heavyweight
1.  Emanuel Newton (Bellator)  
2.  Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal (Bellator)
3.  Jan Blachowicz (KSW Champion)
4.  Attila Vegh (Bellator Champion)
5.  Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (Bellator)
6.  Anthony Johnson (WSOF)
7.  Mikhail Zayats (Bellator)
8.  Yoshiyuki Nakanishi (DEEP Champion)
9.  Mike Kyle (WSOF)
10. Christian M’Pumbu (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Vladimir Matyushenko (Bellator), Viktor Nemkov (M-1 Global), Jason Jones (BAMMA Champion), Roger Gracie (Free Agent), Luiz Cane (SFT)

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

Other Contenders: Arthur Guseinov (M-1 Global), Dan Cramer (Bellator), Eun Soo Lee (ROAD FC Champion), Kazuhiro Nakamura (DEEP Champion), Elvis Mutapcic (WSOF)

Welterweight
1.  Ben Askren (Bellator Champion)
2.  Douglas Lima (Bellator)
3.  Steve Carl (WSOF Champion)
4.  Rousimar Palhares (Free Agent)
5.  Rashid Magomedov (M-1 Global Champion)
6.  Josh Burkman (WSOF)
7.  Paul Daley (BAMMA)
8.  Jon Fitch (WSOF)
9.  Rick Hawn (Bellator)
10. Albert Tumenov (Fight Nights)

Other Contenders: Takenori Sato (King of Pancrase), Keita “K-Taro” Nakamura (Shooto), Yasubey Enomoto (M-1 Global), Shamil Zavurov (Bellator), Akihiro Murayama (Pancrase)

Lightweight
1.  Eddie Alvarez (Bellator Champion)
2.  Michael Chandler (Bellator)
3.  Shinya Aoki (ONE FC Champion)
4.  Musa Khamanaev (M-1 Global Champion)  
5.  Naoyuki Kotani (ZST Champion)
6.  David Rickels (Bellator)
7.  Daniel Weichel (Bellator)
8.  Will Brooks (Bellator)
9.  Justin Gaethje (WSOF)
10. Saad Awad (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Vuyisile Colossa (ONE FC), Kotetsu Boku (ONE FC), Isao Kobayashi (King of Pancrase), Satoru Kitaoka (DEEP Champion), Yui Chul Nam (ROAD FC Champion)

Featherweight
1.  Daniel Straus (Bellator Champion)
2.  Pat Curran (Bellator)
3.  Patricio Freire (Bellator)
4.  Georgi Karakhanyan (WSOF)
5.  Shinya Aoki (ONE FC)
6.  Kazunori Yokota (DEEP Champion)
7.  Diego Nunes (Bellator)
8.  Caol Uno (Shooto)
9.  Daniel Romero (Shooto)
10. Hiroyuki Takaya (Shooto)

Other Contenders: Magomedrasul Khasbulaev (Bellator), Koji Oishi (ONE FC Champion), Marat Gafurov (M-1 Global Champion), Marlon Sandro (Pancrase), Doo Ho Choi (DEEP)

Bantamweight
1.  Bibiano Fernandes (ONE FC Champion)
2.  Marlon Moraes (WSOF)
3.  Eduardo Dantas (Bellator Champion)
4.  Masakatsu Ueda (ONE FC)
5.  Joe Warren (Bellator)  
6.  Tyson Nam (WSOF)
7.  Marcos Galvao (Bellator)
8.  Soo Chul Kim (ONE FC)
9.  Kevin Belingon (ONE FC)
10. Luis Alberto Nogueira (Bellator)

Other Contenders: Rafael Silva (Bellator), Leandro Issa (ONE FC), Anthony Leone (Bellator), Ed West (Bellator), Shintaro Ishiwatari (King of Pancrase)

Flyweight
1.  Will Campuzano (Shooto)
2.  Joshua Sampo (CFA Champion)
3.  Shinichi "BJ" Kojima (ONE FC)
4.  Ryuichi Miki (Shooto)
5.  Haruo Ochi (Shooto)
6.  Mikihito Yamagami (Shooto)
7.  Mamoru Yamaguchi (Shooto)
8.  Yoshiro Maeda (DEEP)
9.  Kentaro Watanabe (Shooto)
10. Kiyotaka Shimizu (King of Pancrase)

Other Contenders: Yasuhiro Urushitani (ONE FC), Alexandre Pantoja (Shooto Brazil), Adriano Moraes (Shooto Brazil), Yosuke Saruta (Shooto), Hideo Tokoro (Shooto)

Junior Flyweight
1.  Mitsuhisa Sunabe (King of Pancrase)
2.  Junji Ito (Shooto)
3.  Rambaa Somdet (PXC)
4.  Yuki Shojo (Shooto)
5.  Tadaaki Yamamoto (Shooto)
6.  Noboru Tahara (Pancrase)
7.  Hiroyuki Abe (Pancrase)
8.  Jun Nakamura (Shooto)
9.  Shinya Murofushi (Shooto)
10. Masayoshi Kato (Shooto)

Other Contenders: Ryosuke Tanuma (ZST Champion), Akihito Sasao (Shooto), Nobita Naito (Shooto), Takuya Eizumi (Pancrase), Gilberto Dias (Shooto Brazil)
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Global-MMA Ranking Update Summary (November 2013)

Arthur Guseinov: Arthur Guseinov dropped to the middleweight contenders list due to lack of activity.  Guseinov has only fought three times in the past two years and holds a 2-1 record in those fights.

Rousimar Palhares: Rousimar Palhares was released by the UFC and banned from the organization indefinitely after holding on too long to a heel hook submission on Mike Pierce at UFC Fight Night 29 on 09 October 2013.  Palhares entered the Global-MMA welterweight rankings at number 4 following his UFC release reported on 10 October 2013.  Karl Amoussou was removed from the rankings following the entrance of Palhares.

Mikhail Zayats: Top ten ranked light heavyweight, Mikhail Zayats, finished UFC and Strikeforce veteran, Aaron Rosa, with a  kimura arm lock in just 47 seconds of the first round at Bellator 103 on 11 October 2013.  Zayats maintained his ranking positioning with the victory.

David Rickels: David Rickels defeated J.J. Ambrose by TKO from body punches in the third round at Bellator 103.  Rickels moved up one spot in the lightweight rankings, to number 6, with the impressive victory as he inches closer to the top 5.

Patricio Freire: Patricio “Pitbull” Freire earned a unanimous decision win against Fabricio De Assis Costa Da Silva at Bellator 103 to  maintain his spot at number 2 in the featherweight rankings.

Yui Chul Nam: ROAD FC lightweight champion, Yui Chul Nam, defended his crown by once again defeating Takasuke Kume by decision at ROAD FC 13 on 12 October 2013.  Nam returned to the lightweight contenders list with the victory.  Lewis Gonzales was removed from the rankings following the return of Nam.

Alexey Oleinik: Alexey Oleinik defeated Dion Staring by submission at ProFC 50 on 16 October 2013 to maintain his spot at number 6 in the heavyweight rankings.

Shinya Aoki: Shinya Aoki defeated Cody Stevens by unanimous decision at ONE FC 11 on 18 October 2013.  This was Aoki’s first fight in the featherweight division.  The victory over Stevens and the career performance of Shinya Aoki earned him a spot at number 6 in the featherweight division.  Aoki also maintained his spot in the lightweight division, as it has not yet been confirmed that he has vacated his lightweight title in ONE FC to permanently move to featherweight.  DEEP fighter, Doo Ho Choi, was removed from the rankings following the entrance of Aoki.

Bibiano Fernandes: Bibiano Fernandes maintained his spot atop the bantamweight rankings by earning a unanimous decision victory over Soo Chul Kim at ONE FC 11 to capture the ONE FC bantamweight title.  Kim dropped to number 8 in the rankings following the defeat.

Peter Graham: Peter Graham defeated previously ranked heavyweight contender Eric Prindle via unanimous decision at Bellator 104 on 18 October 2013.  Graham moved up three spots in the heavyweight contenders list with the victory.

Rick Hawn: Rick Hawn took a unanimous decision victory over Brent Weedman at Bellator 104 to advance to the Bellator welterweight tournament finals.  Hawn moved up one spot, to number 8, in the Global-MMA welterweight rankings.

Vyacheslav Vasilevsky: Vyacheslav Vasilevsky finished Vitor Nobrega with punches in the first round at M-1 Challenge 42 on 20 October 2013.  Vasilevsky remained ranked at number 6 in the middleweight division following the victory.

Marcin Tybura: Marcin Tybura submitted Konstantin Gluhov with a rear-naked choke at 4 minutes 30 seconds of the first round at M-1 Challenge 42 to win the M-1 Global heavyweight grand prix tournament.  Tybura jumped into the number 3 spot in the heavyweight rankings as Gluhov fell to the number 9 spot.  Satoshi Ishii was removed from the rankings following the entrance of Tybura.

Satoshi Ishii: Satoshi Ishii quickly returned to the heavyweight contenders list after defeating Jeff Monson by decision at M-1 Challenge 42.  Jeff Monson was removed from the rankings following the defeat.  

Yoshiyuki Nakanishi: Yoshiyuki Nakanishi defended his DEEP light heavyweight crown, defeating Young Choi by split decision at DEEP – Tribe Tokyo Fight on 20 October 2013.  Nakanishi moved up one spot, to number 8, in the light heavyweight rankings.

Akihiro Murayama: Akihiro Murayama fought to a draw with former DEEP welterweight champion Yuya Shirai at DEEP – Tribe Tokyo Fight.  The fight had no affect on Murayama’s ranking status in the welterweight contenders list.

Takenori Sato: Welterweight King of Pancrase, Takenori Sato, defeated Islam Galayev by kimura submission in round 2 at DEEP – Tribe Tokyo Fight.  The victory did not affect Sato’s top 10 welterweight ranking.

Tatsuya Kawajiri: Tatsuya Kawajiri signed an exclusive contract with the UFC as reported on 22 October 2013 and was removed from the featherweight rankings.  Doo Ho Choi returned to the rankings following the removal of Kawajiri.

Luis Alberto Nogueira: Luis Alberto Nogueira finished Frank Baca at Bellator 105 on 25 October 2013.  Nogueira moved up one spot in the bantamweight division as he entered the top 10.

Will Brooks: Will Brooks earned a unanimous decision victory over Saad Awad at Bellator 105 to move on to the Bellator lightweight tournament finals.  Brooks moved to number 8 in the lightweight division as Awad fell to number 9.

Mario Miranda: Mario Miranda stepped up to the light heavyweight division to take on Maxim Grishin at Fight Nights – Battle of Moscow 13 on 26 October 2013.  Miranda lost by unanimous decision to Grishin suffering his third straight defeat.  Miranda dropped out of the middleweight rankings after switching divisions and losing in the light heavyweight division.  WSOF middleweight contender and former MFC middleweight champion, Elvis Mutapcic, entered the Global-MMA middleweight contenders list following the removal of Miranda.  

Albert Tumenov: Albert Tumenov cracked the Global-MMA welterweight top 10, where he now sits at number 9, by stopping Yasubey Enomoto with a first round knockout at Fight Nights – Battle of Moscow 13.  Enomoto dropped to the welterweight contenders list following the defeat.  Andrey Koreshkov fell from the rankings following the entrance of Tumenov.  

Miguel Torres: Bantamweight contender Miguel Torres moved up to the featherweight division where he was finished by Pablo Alfonso by first round guillotine choke at WSOF 6 on 26 October 2013.  Torres was dropped from the bantamweight contenders list after switching weight classes and losing in the featherweight division.  Bantamweight King of Pancrase, Shintaro Ishiwatari, returned to the bantamweight contenders list following the removal of Torres.

Justin Gaethje: Justin Gaethje moved up three spots, to number 9, in the lightweight rankings after impressively finishing Dan Lauzon by knockout in the second round at WSOF 6.

Jon Fitch: Jon Fitch defeated Marcelo Alfaya by split decision at WSOF 6.  Fitch moved up one spot, to number 7, in the Global-MMA welterweight rankings due to the victory.  With the win, Fitch placed himself next in line for a crack at the WSOF welterweight title.

Marlon Moraes:
Marlon Moraes made quick work of Carson Beebe at WSOF 6, ending the fight in just 32 seconds with vicious punches.  Moraes secured his spot at number 2 in the bantamweight division with the impressive victory.

Steve Carl: Steve Carl captured the inaugural WSOF welterweight title by finishing Josh Burkman by triangle choke submission in the fourth round at WSOF 6.  With the victory, Carl moved into the number 3 spot in the welterweight rankings while Burkman fell to number 6.  Jon Fitch is next in line for a shot at Carl’s WSOF welterweight title.  KSW welterweight champion, Aslambek Saidov, was removed from the rankings following the entrance of Carl.  

Daniel Straus: Daniel Straus earned a unanimous decision victory over Pat Curran at Bellator 106 on 02 November 2013 to become the new Bellator featherweight champion.  Straus moved to the number 1 spot in the Global-MMA featherweight rankings as Curran dropped to number 2.

Emanuel Newton: Emanuel Newton again defeated Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal, this time by unanimous decision, at Bellator 106 to earn the Bellator interim light heavyweight title.  Newton will next fight Bellator champion Attila Vegh to unify the titles.  Newton remains ranked number 1 in the light heavyweight division and “King Mo” remains ranked at number 2.

Eddie Alvarez: Eddie Alvarez defeated Michael Chandler by split decision at Bellator 106 to take the Bellator lightweight title in an epic rematch.  Alvarez took the top spot in the Global-MMA lightweight rankings with the victory as Chandler fell to number 2.


* A number of other top ranked fighters won fights against fighters ranked lower than them which did not alter their ranking status.  

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

Heavyweight: Tony Lopez, Blagoi Ivanov, Fedor Emelianenko (Retired), Cole Konrad (Retired), Brett Rogers, Eric Prindle, Todd Duffee (UFC), Alexei Kudin, Soa Palelei (UFC), Levan Razmadze, Guram Gugenishvili, Shamil Abdurahimov, Rich Hale, Mike Russow, Chaban Ka, Rolles Gracie, Jeff Monson

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), Moise Rimbon, Robert Drysdale (UFC), Renato “Babalu” Sobral, Aleksandar Radosavljevic (Retired), Max Nunes, Jacob Noe, Raphael Davis

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)

Welterweight: Ben Saunders, Gael Grimaud, Bryan Baker, Yuya Shirai, Marius Zaromskis, Alexander Yakovlev, Lyman Good, Myung Ho Bae, Fabricio Monteiro, Jay Hieron, Karl Amoussou, Andrey Koreshkov, Aslambek Saidov

Lightweight: Francisco Trinaldo (UFC), Ricardo Tirloni, Koji Oishi, Mizuto Hirota (Strikeforce), Mairbek Taisumov, Zorobabel Moreira, Alexander Sarnavskiy, Rich Clementi, Patricky Freire, Katsunori Kikuno, Marcin Held, Paul Sass, Lloyd Woodard, Antonio McKee (Retired), Dave Jansen, Lewis Gonzales

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)

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

Flyweight: Taiyo Nakahara, Kentaro Watanabe, Rey Docyogen, Yuki Yasunaga, Ali Bagautinov (UFC), Dileno Lopes, Jose Maria Tome (UFC), Darrell Montague (UFC), Yuki Motoya, Zach Makovsky, Sergio Pettis (UFC), Alexis Vila (Division Change), Tatsumitsu Wada, Dileno Lopes

Junior Flyweight: Junji Ikoma, Takehiro Ishii, Mikihito Yamagami, Masakazu Utsugi

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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) - November 2013

Post by CDF47 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 8:47 am

Below are stats that show the number of fighters per promotion that are ranked in the Global-MMA top 10.

Global-MMA Top 10 Rankings Promotional Statistics:

1. Bellator - 29 Fighters Ranked in the Top 10
2. Shooto - 15
3. M-1 Global - 10
4. WSOF - 10
5. ONE FC - 7
6. Pancrase - 4
7. KSW - 4
8. DEEP - 3
9. Free Agents - 2
10. Fight Nights - 1
11. ZST - 1
12. ProFC - 1
13. PXC - 1
14. CFA - 1
15. BAMMA - 1

So for the 90 fighters listed, 14 promotions (plus 2 free agents) have fighters ranked in the Global-MMA top 10.


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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by SRC on Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:38 am

Kuniyoshi Hornaka is top 5. Shoot Champion and dispatching More fighters than Aoki has recently. He beat Boku before Boku was Champ, but let's not pretend that Boku's changed in the last 7 years  

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by wekka on Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:03 am

I think Aoki is EXTREMELY overrated at Featherweight. Khasbulaev probably deserves to be ranked over Takaya, too.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by PRIDE4EVER on Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:06 am

Anyone else think Takaya should be drop from the top 10 totally, keep in mind I am a huge Takaya fan.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by Mikal on Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:42 am

Just a heads up. Choi hasn't signed with the UFC at this point - he's under new management and has received an offer from the UFC but nothing is official yet.  Misinformation was spread throughout media outlets. A friend from FightSportAsia is in contact and will give an update when it's official (he'll find out before major media) but as of right now I don't think it's fair to take him off.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by CDF47 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:52 pm

SRC wrote:Kuniyoshi Hornaka is top 5. Shoot Champion and dispatching More fighters than Aoki has recently. He beat Boku before Boku was Champ, but let's not pretend that Boku's changed in the last 7 years  
I have him listed for future rankings.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by CDF47 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:54 pm

wekka wrote:I think Aoki is EXTREMELY overrated at Featherweight. Khasbulaev probably deserves to be ranked over Takaya, too.
As soon as Frodo finally gets his title shot he could move up to the top.  

Willie, you, and I agreed on Aoki's spot last month. I had him at number 6 as we discussed and the Kawajiri went to UFC so he moved to 5.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by CDF47 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:56 pm

PRIDE4EVER wrote:Anyone else think Takaya should be drop from the top 10 totally, keep in mind I am a huge Takaya fan.
I'll keep this in mind.  He may be getting passed up soon. He has a big fight coming up. We'll see how he does.

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Re: Global-MMA Rankings (Outside UFC) - November 2013

Post by CDF47 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:57 pm

Mikal wrote:Just a heads up. Choi hasn't signed with the UFC at this point - he's under new management and has received an offer from the UFC but nothing is official yet.  Misinformation was spread throughout media outlets. A friend from FightSportAsia is in contact and will give an update when it's official (he'll find out before major media) but as of right now I don't think it's fair to take him off.
Thanks for the info. I wasn't sure if that was official or not. Just added him back to the rankings.

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