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UFC: Die Ranglisten der verschiedenen GewichtsklassenWelterweight for the UFC Welterweight belt. Johny Hendricks def. Robbie Lawler via UD Hendricks kommt etwas besse rin den Kampf als lawler, der schein erst. Middleweight – Welterweight – Lightweight Most Consecutive UFC Title Defenses UFC belohnt Düsseldorfer: Zawada unterschreibt langfristigen Vertrag. Diese Liste der UFC-Champions bietet eine Übersicht über alle Champions der Champion: A UFC History“; ↑ All-time UFC welterweight champions; ↑ A.
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Wunderino bisher ins Ufc Welterweight gerufen hat. - Hier sind die aktuellen Ranglisten der UFC:Der Kampf wurde nachträglich als "No Contest" gewertet.
Ryan Frederick. Brian Hemminger. Scott Lewis. Bruno Massami. Shawn Dallas Hall. Christoffer Esping. Steve Jeffery.
Pound-for-Pound Top Rank. Jon Jones. Israel Adesanya. Stipe Miocic. Kamaru Usman. Alexander Volkanovski. Max Holloway. Dustin Poirier. Petr Yan.
Deiveson Figueiredo. Justin Gaethje. Conor McGregor. Robert Whittaker. Tony Ferguson. Francis Ngannou. Flyweight Deiveson Figueiredo.
Brandon Moreno. Joseph Benavidez. Askar Askarov. Alex Perez. Alexandre Pantoja. Brandon Royval. Kai Kara France.
Rogerio Bontorin. Matt Schnell. Raulian Paiva. David Dvorak. Tim Elliott. Tyson Nam. Jordan Espinosa. Amir Albazi.
Bantamweight Petr Yan. Aljamain Sterling. Cory Sandhagen. Marlon Moraes. Cody Garbrandt. Frankie Edgar. Pedro Munhoz.
Jose Aldo. Jimmie Rivera. Raphael Assuncao. Dominick Cruz. Rob Font. Merab Dvalishvili. Cody Stamann. Song Yadong. Marlon Vera. Featherweight Alexander Volkanovski.
Brian Ortega. Something we take into consideration is the strength of competition they have faced. If a fighter has compiled a bunch of wins against competition that is lackluster they will likely have a difficult time moving up in the rankings until they face stiffer competition in order for us to accurately predict how they would perform against exceedingly tougher competition.
If a fighter has fought elite competition and fallen short, we factor in how they performed. If a fighter fairs well against a higher-ranked adversary, they could still move up in the rankings.
Actual fight footage is reviewed, regardless of promotion in order to formulate our rankings. A fighter must debut in their new weight class in order to officially be ranked there.
Upon their debut, they will be removed from their former weight class. If the fighter temporarily competed outside of their division, they will be ranked in their primary division unless the fighter states different.
Should a fighter be suspended for performance enhancing substances or fighter conduct, they will be removed from the rankings.
Man you missing Santiago Ponzinibbio that ranking is messed up as well. Do more research. They update it after every UFC event at least. Be cool.
Just my opinion, keep suspended fighters non-ranked until they fight next. Erick Silva could be ranked higher and Mike Pierce lower. No one is forcing them to use yours.
Fighter Search. Kamaru Usman. Colby Covington. Gilbert Burns. Jorge Masvidal. Tyron Woodley. Nate Diaz. Anthony Pettis.
Stephen Thompson. Michael Chiesa. Neil Magny. Demian Maia. Vicente Luque. Geoff Neal. Tony Martin. Gunnar Nelson.
Sean Brady. Robbie Lawler. Donald Cerrone. Niko Price. Belal Muhammad. James Krause. Muslim Salikhov. Bas Rutten def.
Kevin Randleman. Kevin Randleman def. Pete Williams. UFC 23 Tokyo, Japan. Randy Couture 2. Josh Barnett.
Ricco Rodriguez def. Tim Sylvia. Frank Mir def. Andrei Arlovski def. Tim Sylvia for interim title. Andrei Arlovski promoted to undisputed champion.
Tim Sylvia 2. Randy Couture 3. Brock Lesnar. Shane Carwin def. Frank Mir for interim title. Cain Velasquez. Junior dos Santos.
UFC on Fox: Velasquez vs. Cain Velasquez 2. Mark Hunt for interim title. UFC Curitiba, Brazil. Daniel Cormier. Stipe Miocic 2. Frank Shamrock def.
Kevin Jackson. Tito Ortiz def. Wanderlei Silva. UFC 25 Tokyo, Japan. Randy Couture def. Chuck Liddell for interim title.
Vitor Belfort. Chuck Liddell. Quinton Jackson. Forrest Griffin. Rashad Evans. Lyoto Machida. Jon Jones. Daniel Cormier def. Anthony Johnson.
Jon Jones def. Ovince Saint Preux for interim title. Jon Jones 2 def. Alexander Gustafsson. Dominick Reyes.
Dave Menne def. Gil Castillo. Murilo Bustamante. Evan Tanner def. David Terrell. Rich Franklin. Anderson Silva. Chris Weidman. Luke Rockhold.
Michael Bisping. Robert Whittaker def. Yoel Romero for interim title. Georges St-Pierre. Robert Whittaker promoted to undisputed champion.
Israel Adesanya def. Kelvin Gastelum for interim title. UFC Melbourne, Australia. Pat Miletich def. Mikey Burnett. Carlos Newton. Matt Hughes.
Matt Hughes 2 def. Matt Serra. Georges St-Pierre def. Matt Hughes for interim title. Georges St-Pierre 2.
Carlos Condit def. Nick Diaz for interim title. Johny Hendricks def. Robbie Lawler. Tyron Woodley. Colby Covington def.
Rafael dos Anjos for interim title. Jens Pulver def. Caol Uno. Sean Sherk def. Kenny Florian. Penn def. Joe Stevenson.
Frankie Edgar. Benson Henderson. UFC Saitama, Japan. Anthony Pettis. Rafael dos Anjos. Eddie Alvarez. Conor McGregor. Tony Ferguson def. Kevin Lee for interim title.
Khabib Nurmagomedov def. Al Iaquinta. Dustin Poirier def. Max Holloway for interim title. Justin Gaethje def. Tony Ferguson for interim title.
Conor McGregor def. Chad Mendes for interim title. Frankie Edgar for interim title. Max Holloway def. Anthony Pettis for interim title.
Max Holloway. Dominick Cruz def. Scott Jorgensen. Urijah Faber for interim title. Dominick Cruz 2. Cody Garbrandt. Dillashaw 2. Henry Cejudo def.
Marlon Moraes. Petr Yan def. Demetrious Johnson def. Joseph Benavidez. Henry Cejudo. Dillashaw on Jan 19, Deiveson Figueiredo def. Germaine de Randamie def.
On the flip side, those moving down from light heavyweight will hope to overpower naturally smaller opponents with their superior striking.
Although he went into his fight against Weidman as a big favorite, Silva had been rattled in recent matches and was becoming reckless with his showboating.
Anyone who looked beyond the headline of ten consecutive title defenses may well have predicted the outcome.
Welterweight fighters are more powerful, but still mobile enough to be very effective wrestlers. The welterweight title is one of the oldest in UFC, with Pat Miletich becoming the first champion in He held the title for three years and defended it four times, before eventually being submitted by the Caribbean Carlos Newton.
Unfortunately for Newton, the ref only noticed that he was out cold, awarding the fight to Hughes.
Hughes began a long career as welterweight champion, dominating the division and successfully defending his belt five times.
Hughes eventually lost his title to BJ Penn, but the Hawaiian fighter immediately ran into contract issues with UFC, and his title was stripped before he could even defend it.
Hughes soon regained the vacant title, defeating the younger challenger Georges St-Pierre via armbar. Hughes defended his title against Frank Trigg with an impressive comeback victory, and defeated a number of other welterweight challengers in non-title fights.
In an epic encounter, Penn looked to have an early advantage only for injuries to take their toll by the third round.
Hughes gained control of the fight, raining down punches while trapping Penn underneath his body. He ultimately won the fight via TKO. St-Pierre stumbled at his first attempt to defend the belt.
Serra was plagued by back injuries in the coming year, allowing St-Pierre to capture an interim Welterweight title and set up a unification match at UFC Unlike the brawl-heavy first fight between the two, St-Pierre was able to control a more technical encounter.
Upon regaining the welterweight title, Georges St-Pierre began one of the longest champion streaks UFC history, defeating a host of skilled challengers between The run was not without controversy, including allegations of using petroleum to grease his body in a title defense against BJ Penn.
In , after controversially being awarded a victory against Johnny Hendricks in his last title defense, St-Pierre decided to step away from UFC, vacating his welterweight title.
Hendricks defeated Robbie Lawler for the vacant title, before losing the rematch and relinquishing the belt via split decision. After a nine-fight winning streak, Usman squared off against then, champion Tyron Woodly, on march 2nd, winning the title.
Usman has since defended his title just once against Colby Covington, but is expected to have another match soon.
At the welterweight class we start to see the true power of the fighters come to the fore. Watching a welterweight fight, you are equally as likely to see bodyslams and seriously damaging punches and kicks as proficient wrestling.
The division has also historically been one of the deepest, with many of the most talented fighters in UFC history fighting in it — making the dominance of Georges St-Pierre even more impressive.
The welterweight division offers a wide diversity of fighting styles so there are lots of interesting matchups to bet on.
Another lesson from the history of the welterweight division is in the importance of Injuries and other pre-fight issues.
It may sound obvious, but if a fighter has been struggling in the build-up, it can play a crucial role in how fights play out.
For example, after St-Pierre won the title for the first time, he immediately lost it in a shock fight against Matt Serra, who was a huge underdog with the sportsbooks.
While Conor McGregor seemed invincible in the featherweight division, he definitely struggled when moving up to lightweight and beyond.
Lightweight fighters are still light enough to display genuine speed, but have enough power and weight to throw devastating blows.
You can throw in the durability to withstand some very heavy hits too. Unlike many weight classes, the lightweight division has not really been dominated by any one fighter for an extended period of time.
It has however been the host of some of the most dramatic moments in UFC — both in and out of the ring. External problems, like contracts and drug testing affected the UFC lightweight division in the early years.
The first lightweight champion was Jen Pulver, winning the inaugural title against the Caol Uno from Japan in He successfully defended his title twice in the coming years, first against Dennis Hallman and then in an epic encounter against the iconic BJ Penn.
However, Pulver soon left the UFC, abandoning his lightweight title. A tournament aimed to crown a new lightweight champion, but the results were inconclusive.
In the end, the lightweight title remained vacant until when Sean Sherk defeated Kenny Florian by unanimous decision to win the title.
After one title defence, Sherk tested positive for anabolic steroid use. Penn won the fight via submission in the second round, becoming the new featherweight champion.
Penn began a two-year reign as champion, successfully defending his belt three times and even taking a shot at the welterweight title in between.
Penn was at times a controversial competitor, cultivating a persona as a dangerous and bloodthirsty fighter. Each of his title defences resulted in decisive wins, earning Penn a reputation as one of the most respected fighters in UFC.
He eventually lost his title in controversial fashion to Frankie Edgar, who won via unanimous decision despite many thinking Penn deserved to win.
Penn earned an immediate re-match, which he also lost. Henderson also won a re-match, and became the third featherweight champion to defend his belt three times before Anthony Pettis defeated him with a first round submission at UFC in Injury troubles plagued dos Anjos, and he eventually lost his belt to Eddie Alvarez.
Meanwhile, Conor McGregor had moved up to the lightweight division after remaining undefeated in the featherweight class. Nate Diaz stepped in as a last minute replacement, but due to issues making the weight at short notice, the fight went ahead at lb — a two-weight class jump by McGregor.
Despite being a big favorite, McGregor lost the fight at the unfamiliar class. It was his first loss in UFC history. McGregor won via majority decision, setting up another shot at the lightweight title, now held by Alvarez.
McGregor beat Alvarez in the second round by TKO with a dominant display of striking, in the process becoming the first UFC athlete in history to hold the title in two different weight classes simultaneously.
A number of fighters were scheduled to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov for the vacant title, including Max Holloway and Tony Ferguson, who both eventually had to withdraw due to injury and weight cutting issues.
In the run-up to UFC McGregor threw a handrail at a bus containing several fighters, including Nurmagomedov who McGregor had an on-running feud with.
Several fighters incurred injuries from the smashed bus, leading to various fights being rescheduled. McGregor was arrested and eventually charged with assault and criminal mischief.
All of this conveniently provided a lot of publicity for UFC , where Nurmagomedov was due to defend his title against the returning McGregor.
The occasion became the new record pay-per-view MMA event. Nurmagomedov eventually caused McGregor to submit in the fourth round with yet another impressive display.
Since then Numagomedov faced off against Poirier at UFC resulting in another successfully defended title. The defending champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, is a highly technical fighter, combining Soviet sambo with judo and other wrestling techniques to wear down opponents.
The body shapes of lightweight fighters allow for this range of fighting options, with power and technique roughly of equal importance.
In the case of Nurmagomedov, who is unbeaten in the UFC, the longer his fights go on the more likely he is to emerge victorious, due to his awkward and technically superior wrestling.
On the other side, if he were to lose a match it would likely be due to taking an early punch by a hard hitter, rather than being out-wrestled.
Another good lesson we can see from the history of the lightweight division is to pay close attention to athletes moving weight categories. Conor McGregor dominated the flyweight class due in large part to the power of his punches, especially his left hand.
There was a lot of value to found for anyone betting against the public on that occasion. Featherweight has been a popular category in the UFC.
Not only is it the original home of probably the biggest international superstar UFC ever produced in Conor McGregor, but it also holds the most dominant current female champion in Amanda Nunes.
Although the most recognizable name to emerge from the featherweight division is undoubtedly the Conor McGregor, the division was in fact dominated for years by one of his opponents, and one of the best pound for pound fighters ever to fight in UFC.
Of his seven defenses, Aldo won by unanimous decision five times, underlining his technical superiority over every other fighter in the division.