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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Danielsen » 5. jul 2010, 16:46

kristoffer skrev:Hvad blev der lige af Fedor?! :o

Han blev væk :) - Men alligevel, det er også mig lidt uforståeligt at han ikke er med :/
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Ryom » 6. jul 2010, 22:05

Ja er godt nok enig, en mand som de har anerkendt til at være den ubestridte konge af mma i så lang tid, ryger væk pga. et nederlag.
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 30. sep 2010, 17:27

UFC/MMA rankings featured in USA Today for September 2010

BloodyElbow.com skrev:Heavyweight:
1. Brock Lesnar
2. Fedor Emelianenko
3. Cain Velasquez
4. Fabricio Werdum
5. Shane Carwin
6. Junior dos Santos
7. Frank Mir
8. Alistair Overeem
9. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
10. Josh Barnett

Light Heavyweight:
1. Mauricio Rua
2. Lyoto Machida
3. Rashad Evans
4. Quinton Jackson
5. Forrest Griffin
6. Ryan Bader
7. Jon Jones
8. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
9. Anderson Silva
10. Gegard Mousasi

Middleweight:
1. Anderson Silva
2. Chael Sonnen
3. Nate Marquardt
4. Jake Shields
5. Vitor Belfort
6. Demian Maia
7. Dan Henderson
8. Yushin Okami
9. Jorge Santiago
10. Ronaldo Souza

Welterweight:
1. Georges St. Pierre
2. Jon Fitch
3. Josh Koscheck
4. Thiago Alves
5. Nick Diaz
6. Dan Hardy
7. Martin Kampmann
8. Matt Hughes
9. Paulo Thiago
10. Jake Shields

Lightweight:
1. Frank Edgar
2. B.J. Penn
3. Gilbert Melendez
4. Gray Maynard
5. Shinya Aoki
6. Eddie Alvarez
7. Kenny Florian
8. Tatsuya Kawajiri
9. George Sotiropoulos
10. Sean Sherk

Featherweight:
1. Jose Aldo
2. Manny Gamburyan
3. Mike Brown
3. Urijah Faber
5. Marlon Sandro
6. Bibiano Fernandes
7. Michihiro Omigawa
8. Hatsu Hioki
9. Josh Grispi
10. Masanori Kanehara

Bantamweight:
1. Dominick Cruz
2. Brian Bowles
3. Joseph Benavidez
4. Scott Jorgensen
5. Miguel Torres
6. Takeya Mizugaki
7. Wagnney Fabiano
8. Damacio Page
9. Masakatsu Ueda
10. Charlie Valencia

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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 5. okt 2010, 04:49



[Sherdog rankings opdateret på første side]
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Budhisten » 27. okt 2010, 20:30

Sherdog har nye ratings oppe, de mest interessante er HW og WW, så dem poster jeg sgu lige ;)

HEAVYWEIGHT P4P

1. Cain Velasquez (9-0)
During his first week at the American Kickboxing Academy, trainers thought Velasquez was a future UFC heavyweight champion. On Oct. 21 in Anaheim, Calif., he made that a reality, blowing away Brock Lesnar in the first round to claim the UFC heavyweight crown. While he can celebrate for now, Velasquez will have to return early next year to defend his throne against fellow young heavyweight Junior dos Santos.

2. Brock Lesnar (5-2)
Debates over wrestling laurels, physical size and the like all went out the window at UFC 121, as Lesnar just could not compete with Cain Velasquez. Lesnar was battered from pillar-to-post for over four minutes, en route to losing his title to Velasquez in a one-sided thumping.

3. Fabricio Werdum (14-4-1)
On Aug. 18, Werdum underwent surgery and had 27 loose bone fragments removed from his left elbow. Already in physiotherapy to rehab, the author of 2010’s most significant upset now targets a return to action in the first quarter of 2011.

4. Fedor Emelianenko (31-2, 1 NC)
The chicanery of another Emelianenko pre-fight has begun. Emelianenko’s promoters at M-1 have openly announced their interest in fighting Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem, on the condition that the Dutchman submits to Olympic-style drug testing. Naturally, little headway has been made surrounding Emelianenko’s next bout.

5. Junior dos Santos (12-1)
Dos Santos’ next step is now clear. Courtesy of Cain Velasquez’s thrashing of Brock Lesnar at UFC 121 on Oct. 23, “Cigano” will challenge Velasquez for the UFC heavyweight crown in early 2011 in a great pairing of thrilling young heavyweights.

6. Shane Carwin (12-1)
The second half of 2010 has been rough for Carwin. After falling to Brock Lesnar in dramatic fashion in their July UFC title bout, his name was connected to a federal steroids investigation. The mammoth Coloradan will get the chance to start 2011 on a higher note, as he meets “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 10 winner Roy Nelson at UFC 125 on Jan. 1. (Denne kamp vil blive ændret da Carwin skal opereres for ryg og nakke-smerter)

7. Frank Mir (14-5)
At UFC 119, Mir and Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipovic underwhelmed the Indianapolis crowd for 14 minutes with a dreadful exhibition of aimless clinching. Finally, with just 58 ticks left in the fight, Mir landed a colossal knee that crushed the Croat, notching one of the least impressive highlight-reel KOs in recent memory.

8. Alistair Overeem (33-11, 1 NC)
The Strikeforce heavyweight champion’s efforts continue to come in kickboxing rather than MMA. “The Demolition Man” earned an easy first-round KO over Aussie Ben Edwards on Oct. 2 in Seoul, South Korea, to advance to December’s K-1 World Grand Prix finale in Yokohama, Japan. As for an MMA return, it remains anyone’s guess for now.

9. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (32-6-1, 1 NC)
Back in December 2008, Nogueira was taken out by Frank Mir in lopsided fashion. He was scheduled for a chance at redemption against Mir at UFC 119 on Sept. 25, until a hip injury struck, forcing “Minotauro” from the fight and onto the surgeon’s table.

10. Antonio Silva (14-2)
Silva’s hope was that he would get to face Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem. With “The Demolition Man” dealing with his K-1 duties in December, “Pezao” will instead meet the Dutchman’s older brother, Valentijn Overeem, on Dec. 4 in St. Louis.


WELTERWEIGHT P4P

1. Georges St. Pierre (20-2)
With Josh Koscheck’s May 8 win over Paul Daley, St. Pierre’s next title defense was set. But before he meets Koscheck in a rematch of their August 2007 encounter, the two welterweights will square off as opposing coaches on the 12th season of “The Ultimate Fighter,” with a very convenient and apparent good guy-bad guy dynamic.

2. Jon Fitch (23-3, 1 NC)
At UFC 117, Fitch finally met Thiago Alves in their long-anticipated rematch. However, there was little flair in what transpired. The workmanlike Fitch wore down Alves with strong takedowns and great positional control en route to a unanimous decision verdict that might put him on the doorstep to another UFC welterweight title shot.

3. Thiago Alves (17-7)
A lackluster loss to Jon Fitch in August, coupled with missing weight, seemed to signal Alves’ move to 185 pounds. Instead, “Pitbull” has linked up with MMA fighter-slash-nutritional guru Mike Dolce, who has vowed to get him in shape and on weight for a 170-pound clash with John Howard at UFC 124 on Dec. 11.

4. Jake Shields (26-4-1)
It was the prototypical Shields fight. It was not pretty to watch, but in his UFC debut at UFC 121 on Oct. 23, he added another top 10 win to his resume, knocking off tough Dane Martin Kampmann by decision. The major question now revolves around whether or not Shields will get a title shot based off the lackluster win.

5. Josh Koscheck (15-4)
With high stakes up for grabs -- a UFC welterweight title shot and a coaching stint opposite Georges St. Pierre on “The Ultimate Fighter 12” -- Koscheck dominated Paul Daley for 15 minutes on the floor en route to a unanimous decision victory at UFC 113. After blocking a post-fight sucker punch from Daley and taunting the Montreal crowd, Koscheck cemented himself as one of MMA’s premiere heels and set in place the groundwork for the build-up to his rematch with St. Pierre.

6. Martin Kampmann (17-4)
Kampmann gave former Strikeforce middleweight champion Jake Shields all he could handle in his Octagon debut at UFC 121 on Oct. 23. However, Kampmann did not do enough to earn the nod, losing a contentious split decision many observers feel he deserved.

7. Carlos Condit (26-5)
Condit entered his Oct. 16 bout with Dan Hardy at UFC 120 as a slight underdog but left as the night’s most sensational performer. A rocket left hook put down Hardy for the count and gave the former World Extreme Cagefighting welterweight king his most significant win inside the Octagon.

8. Dan Hardy (23-8, 1 NC)
Europe had been magic for Hardy during his UFC tenure. That was not the case at UFC 120 on Oct. 16, however. “The Outlaw” was smashed with a brutal left hook from Carlos Condit that took him out of consciousness and out of the top of the UFC welterweight division.

9. Nick Diaz (23-7, 1 ND)
In one of the year’s most entertaining affairs on Oct. 9, Diaz exorcised some three-year-old demons, as he outboxed rival K.J. Noons over five fun rounds in San Jose, Calif., and took a unanimous decision. Diaz’s next challenger remains uncertain, but with Paul Daley wielding a Strikeforce contract and up-and-comer Tyron Woodley making strides, there are exciting affairs to look forward to.

10. Paul Daley (25-9-2)
By the skin of his teeth, Daley edged out a decision win over usual lightweight Jorge Masvidal on Sept. 11. The win set up “Semtex” for a multi-fight deal with Strikeforce, which will begin Dec. 4 when the British banger makes his promotional debut against Scott Smith in St. Louis.
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Shogunn » 27. okt 2010, 20:33

synes stadig det latterligt at have lesnar så langt oppe, hvor langt røg fedor ned da han tabte til werdum?
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Budhisten » 27. okt 2010, 20:36

De rankings i har på første side mangler for resten både Featherweight og Bantamweight, 2 af de mest spændende og livlige divisioner i MMA :) Bare et hint hehe... Måske skulle Flyweight endda inkluderes? :P
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 17. nov 2010, 21:31

MMAweekly har netop opdateret deres toplister:

Spoiler: Vis
HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION (over 205 pounds)
1. Cain Velasquez
2. Fabricio Werdum
3. Fedor Emelianenko
4. Brock Lesnar
5. Junior Dos Santos
6. Shane Carwin
7. Alistair Overeem
8. Frank Mir
9. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
10. Brett Rogers

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION (205-pound limit)
1. Mauricio “Shogun” Rua
2. Lyoto Machida
3. Rashad Evans
4. Quinton Jackson
5. Forrest Griffin
6. Ryan Bader
7. Jon Jones
8. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
9. Thiago Silva
10. Randy Couture

MIDDLEWEIGHT DIVISION (185-pound limit)
1. Anderson Silva
2. Yushin Okami
3. Nathan Marquardt
4. Demian Maia
5. Dan Henderson
6. Robbie Lawler
7. Jorge Santiago
8. Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza
9. Michael Bisping
10. Hector Lombard

WELTERWEIGHT DIVISION (170-pound limit)
1. Georges St-Pierre
2. Jon Fitch
3. Jake Shields
4. Josh Koscheck
5. Thiago Alves
6. Paul Daley
7. Nick Diaz
8. Martin Kampmann
9. Carlos Condit
10. Matt Hughes

LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION (160-pound limit)
1. Frankie Edgar
2. Gilbert Melendez
3. Shinya Aoki
4. Gray Maynard
5. B.J. Penn
6. Eddie Alvarez
7. Tatsuya Kawajiri
8. Kenny Florian
9. Ben Henderson
10. Jim Miller

FEATHERWEIGHT DIVISION (145 pound-limit)
1. Jose Aldo
2. Manny Gamburyan
3. Mike Brown
4. Josh Grispi
5. Marlon Sandro
6. Diego Nunes
7. Michihiro Omigawa
8. Bibiano Fernandes
9. Chad Mendes
10. Joe Warren

BANTAMWEIGHT DIVISION (135 pounds or less)
1. Dominick Cruz
2. Brian Bowles
3. Scott Jorgensen
4. Joseph Benavidez
5. Miguel Torres
6. Urijah Faber
7. Brad Pickett
8. Demetrious Johnson
9. Masakatsu Ueda
10. Damacio Page
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 26. nov 2010, 21:02

Sherdog.com’s Pound-for-Pound Top 10 [26.Nov, 2010]

Spoiler: Vis
1. Anderson Silva (27-4)
Undeniably the UFC’s greatest middleweight and arguably its most dominant champion of all-time, Silva has notched an unprecedented seven consecutive defenses of his 185-pound crown. In his latest, at UFC 117, “The Spider” pulled out an almost inconceivable come-from-behind win, submitting Chael Sonnen with a triangle armbar after four and a half rounds of being dominated by the wrestler. On the mend from a rib injury, which he carried into that bout, the Brazilian already has a pair of challengers queued up for his return. On Feb. 5, Silva will meet countryman Vitor Belfort at UFC 126. Should that defense prove successful, he would next face Yushin Okami in a rematch of their infamous 2006 bout, which the Japanese fighter won by disqualification.

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Georges "Rush" St. Pierre
2. Georges St. Pierre (20-2)
When St. Pierre and Josh Koscheck met for the first time in August 2007, St. Pierre walked away with a unanimous decision. When they collide in a UFC title rematch three-plus years later at UFC 124, it will be on the heels of the 12th season of “The Ultimate Fighter,” which figures to build the second fight with an easy and obvious face-heel dynamic. That dynamic will only be reinforced by the fact that their Dec. 11 clash will go down at the Bell Centre in St. Pierre’s hometown of Montreal.

3. Jose Aldo (18-1)
Since entering World Extreme Cagefighting in June 2008, Aldo has laid waste to every challenger put before him, embarking on an 8-0 run through the 145-pound division, with seven wins via stoppage. Most recently, the Brazilian dynamo disposed of top contender Manny Gamburyan with a sound knockout in his second title defense. During a ceremony at UFC 123, Aldo was formally crowned the first UFC featherweight champion, a title he was slated to put on the line for the first time against Josh Grispi at UFC 125 until a back injury forced him off the bill.

4. Frankie Edgar (13-1)
On Aug. 28 in Boston, Edgar proved that, no matter the controversy surrounding his April UFC title win against B.J. Penn, he is definitely the sport’s top lightweight. For five rounds, Edgar was the superior fighter, ahead of “The Prodigy” every step of the way, standing and on the ground. However, in spite of two massive wins, fans are unlikely to be too taken with Edgar’s accomplishments until he gets through his next challenger -- Gray Maynard. The only man to beat Edgar, Maynard outpointed “The Answer” in April 2008.

5. Jon Fitch (23-3, 1 NC)
While not one to cause a stir with outrageous interviews, Fitch has nonetheless proven a polarizing figure due to his wrestling-based, results-oriented style of fighting. The former Purdue Boilermaker’s resume speaks for itself, however, with 13 wins and only one defeat inside the UFC’s ever-deepening 170-pound division. The American Kickboxing Academy standout’s path will not get any easier in February, as he faces former two-division UFC champion B.J. Penn at UFC 127 in Sydney, Australia.

6. Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (19-4)
Rua’s current resume remains a far cry from where it was in 2005, when he tore through four Top 10 opponents in half a year. Though he now holds the UFC title in one of the sport’s deepest divisions, his problem remains the catastrophic knee injuries he seems to suffer with regularity. Coming off his May knockout of Lyoto Machida, Shogun’s third serious knee surgery in three years has postponed a fight with former champion Rashad Evans until March 2011. The pair will reportedly meet in the United Arab Emirates at the as-yet-unannounced UFC 128.

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Jake Shields
7. Jake Shields (26-4-1)
There was a time a few short years ago when Shields was reviled for being one of MMA’s most loathsome fighters to watch. During the last five years, the Cesar Gracie protégé has transformed himself from a drab, peripheral contender into one of the sport’s elite competitors. Shields won his long-awaited UFC debut on Oct. 23, though not without some controversy. Nonetheless, the win -- a razor-thin split decision over Martin Kampmann -- entitles the former Strikeforce middleweight champion to a shot at the winner of December’s Georges St. Pierre-Josh Koscheck 170-pound title bout.

8. Rashad Evans (15-1-1)
Evans’ win over rival Quinton “Rampage” Jackson on May 29 did not exactly set the world on fire, though he walked away with a unanimous decision. “Suga” will have the chance to take his resume from strong to exceptional in the near future, as his win over Jackson installed him as the UFC’s top 205-pound contender. The real issue for the former champion has become inactivity, as he will have to wait until UFC 128 in March 2011 to get a shot at rehabbing champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua.

9. Gilbert Melendez (18-2)
In the biggest lightweight bout that could have been made outside of the UFC, Melendez thumped on Dream champion Shinya Aoki for five lopsided rounds on April 17, earning the most significant and outstanding win of his career. The major challenge going forward for the 28-year-old Cesar Gracie student will be securing major fights within the confines of Strikeforce. To that end, “El Nino” could be looking at a rubber match against former sparring partner Josh Thomson next, though rumors of a rematch with Aoki in Japan also persist.

10. Dominick Cruz (16-1)
Cruz furthered his reputation as the world’s top 135-pound fighter on Aug. 18, edging out a split decision win in his five-round WEC title defense against Joseph Benavidez. Up next for Zuffa’s lightest champion is another title bout, this time against Scott Jorgensen at the final WEC show on Dec. 16. The winner will be crowned the first-ever UFC bantamweight champion.

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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Shogunn » 27. nov 2010, 13:40

nej hvor er det latterligt at fedor ikk er på listen
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf graungaard » 1. dec 2010, 09:25

Syns da det fair nok at hverken fedor eller overreem er med...

hvornår har overeem sidste kæmpet mma mod en god modstander??

hvor lang tid er det siden Fedor har vundet mod en god modstander??
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Ronni-Bravo » 10. jan 2011, 13:16

Shogunn skrev:nej hvor er det latterligt at fedor ikk er på listen

Han er #3 på HW.
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Re: Sherdog MMA Rankings

Indlægaf graungaard » 10. jan 2011, 14:11

Hvilket også er meget overrated... ;) efter min mening....

Han tabt til verdum og hvornår har han så sidst viste at han høre til i toppen??
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