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UFC Finally Separates Men's And Women’s P4P Rankings

UFC Finally Separates Men's And Women’s P4P Rankings

This is the first time the UFC have made the split with Conor McGregor making the top 10 after his fight with Donald Cerrone.



By Mike Parrott

The UFC have finally separated their pound-for-pound rankings creating separate rankings for men and women. Conor McGregor makes the top 10 after dropping out previously.

The official UFC pound-for-pound rankings were normally ranked together regardless of sex until now with UFC releasing their first separated p4p rankings.

Conor McGregor who recently came off a 40-second knockout victory over Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone finds himself making the top 10 again, climbing up two spots to ninth in the rankings.

The Men's rankings are as follows:

10. Tony Ferguson

9. Conor McGregor

8. Alexander Volkaonvski

7. Kamaaru Usman

6. Israel Adesanya

5. Daniel Cormier

4. Stipe Miocic

3. Henry Cejudo

2. Khabib Nurmagomedov

1. Jon Jones

No surprises in the men's rankings with Jones and Khabib being the top two. Khabib is set to fight 10th placed Tony Ferguson soon at UFC 249 on April 18.

The Women's rankings are as follows:

10. Katlyn Chookagian

9. Tatiana Suarez

8. Germaine De Randamie

7. Holly Holm

6. Joanna Jedrzejczyk

5. Rose Namajunas

4. Jessica Andrade

3. Zhang Weili

2. Valentina Shevchenko

1. Amanda Nunes

The top three comes with no surprises with the three of them holding the current titles, with Weili holding the Strawweight title, Shevchenko holding the flyweight title, and Nunes holding both the Featherweight belt and Bantamweight belt.

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Topics: Khabib Nurmagomedov, Amanda Nunes, Conor Mcgregor, Jon Jones, UFC