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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 1. feb 2011, 20:35

MMABay’s “Pound for Pound” Ranking’s for February
1: Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva: Current and former champions, along with a string of legitimate number one contenders, have all fallen in the Spider’s wake. You have to go back to December 2004, nearly five and half years and 14 fights ago, to find the last time that another man actually beat him in the ring. Dismayed by a perceived lack of challenges at 185lbs, Silva has moved up to 205 on two occasions, wreaking havoc like only he can. On top of that, he’s thrown his hat into the proverbial ring for fights with some of the UFC’s top heavyweights. There’s a fresh crop of middleweights currently gunning for him, but Anderson Silva doesn’t care. Why? That’s easy…despite Chael Sonnen’s best efforts, he’s the best fighter in the world.

2: Georges ‘Rush’ St. Pierre: Matt Serra’s anvil-like fists are the only thing keeping GSP off the top spot. Had the diminutive New Yorker not pulled off the biggest shock since the Virgin Mary told Joseph “You better start putting those carpentry skills to use on a cot”, it’s likely that St. Pierre would be sitting pretty at the top of the P4P rankings. That one blip aside, GSP hasn’t lost a round since 2006; a claim that few, if any, professional fighters (not even Anderson Silva) can make.

3: Jose Aldo: Two years, seven fights, six TKO finishes – that’s all it took for Jose Aldo to become one of the sport’s hottest breakout stars. Now, with a shut-out of Urijah Faber and a devastating KO of Manny Gamburyan, Aldo is the undisputed WEC champion and the best fighter south of 155lbs. With few challenges on the horizon outside of Mark Hominick, chatter has already started about ‘The Brazilian Cobra’s prospects at 155. One thing is for certain, a couple of big wins at a higher weight could see Aldo’s name at the top of this list by this time next year.

4: Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua: In 2005, ‘Shogun’ sat comfortably in the top three of many P4P lists. He’s arguably had only one bad showing since; an injury impaired loss to Forrest Griffin in his UFC debut. Apart from that, it’s difficult to fault the 2005 Pride GP winner’s performances. Following his decisive KO victory over Lyoto Machida to finally claim the UFC title that many fans believed was already rightfully his, ‘Shogun’ rockets into the top five of MMABay’s P4P list.

5: Fedor ‘The Last Emperor’ Emelianenko: Fedor took a slight tumble in the P4P rankings following his recent loss to Fabricio Werdum. We’re not writing him off yet, after all, all four of the men above him on the list have lost to much worse than Werdum, some more than once (we’re looking at you Silva). While the mystique surrounding Fedor’s massive and unparalleled 10 year undefeated streak my have been shattered, the fact remains that he is still, at this point, the greatest heavyweight in the history of MMA. Should emerge from the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix unscathed, he may well top the P4P rankings once again.

6: Jon ‘Bones’ Jones: You know what, we’re gonna put our necks on the line here and say that in a year or two’s time, Jon Jones will be vying for a top-3 slot in the P4P rankings. His striking is dynamic, his wrestling is insane and at only 23 years old, ‘Bones’ is only going to get stronger, faster and better at what he does. There has been much speculation on what would happen if a truly elite athlete with a great mind for the game like Randy Couture was able to train for MMA from his early 20’s…with Jon Jones firmly entrenched as the UFC’s hottest prospect, it looks like we’re going to find out.

7: Jon Fitch: Say what? It’s true that Fitch is by and large the most unpopular fighter on this list, but take a look at his record. A massive twenty-one wins with only one defeat in his past twenty-three fights dating back to 2003, his only loss coming to divisional kingpin Georges St Pierre. Only Fedor beats him in terms of wins/losses over that time period. He might not be flashy, or even remotely entertaining to watch at times, but Fitch is a proven winner against almost everyone that is put in front of him, a claim that very few fighters can make.

8: Cain Velasquez: Brown Pride is here to stay folks; Cain Velasquez backed up the hype and demolished his much larger opponent at UFC 121. If ‘Pound for Pound’ rankings are based on who could potentially beat who, all things being equal, then it’s tough to argue against Cain’s inclusion. He’s beaten bigger men, stronger men and more experienced men his entire career, and looking at the current heavyweight pack, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with a legitimate shot at relieving him of his title.

9: ‘Sugar’ Rashad Evans: Jumping back into the list for the first time in twelve months by virtue of the fact that he beat the man who beat previously ranked Lyoto Machida, Rashad Evans is an often-overlooked candidate for P4P rankings. While he is yet to have that career-defining win in the vein of Frankie Edgar’s dismantling of BJ Penn or ‘Shogun’s tooling of Lyoto Machida, Evans has a near impeccable record and has taken the scalps of no fewer than three UFC champions. If he can make it a quartet against the aforementioned Rua in March, ‘Sugar’ may very well steal the current light heavyweight champion’s top five spot in MMABay’s P4P hitlist.

10: Frankie ‘The Answer’ Edgar: What a difference a year makes. Frankie Edgar’s tight decision win over MMA superstar BJ Penn at UFC 112 saw him go from fringe contender to divisional king, although in the eyes of many he still had something to prove. His dominating performance at UFC 118 saw all doubts erased; contentious draws aside, Frankie Edgar is the best lightweight in the world, fact.
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf Shogunn » 1. feb 2011, 22:17

den liste er jeg sgu egentlig meget enig i, jon fitch er måske lidt for højt
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf kristoffer » 1. feb 2011, 22:34

Jeg er også enig selvom jeg synes at Overeem og Werdum burde være på listen...og JBJ er lidt højt. Top 5 er jeg dog helt enig i.
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 16. feb 2011, 16:49

MMAweekly er kommet med en opdatering siden kejserens fald.

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

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

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

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

LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION (160-pound limit)
1. Frankie Edgar
2. Gilbert Melendez
3. Gray Maynard
4. Shinya Aoki
5. Eddie Alvarez
6. Tatsuya Kawajiri
7. Jim Miller
8. Kenny Florian
9. George Sotiropoulos
10. Anthony Pettis

FEATHERWEIGHT DIVISION (145 pound-limit)
1. Jose Aldo
2. Chad Mendes
3. Manny Gamburyan
4. Diego Nunes
5. Hatsu Hioki
6. Dustin Poirier
7. Mark Hominick
8. Michihiro Omigawa
9. Josh Grispi
10. Hiroyuki Takaya

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

Indlægaf kristoffer » 16. feb 2011, 17:44

Synes Fabricio er lidt langt oppe på listen..
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 16. feb 2011, 17:46

kristoffer skrev:Synes Fabricio er lidt langt oppe på listen..

Enig. Ditto på Lesnar.
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 1. apr 2011, 21:21

MMABay’s “Pound for Pound” Ranking’s for April

Spoiler: Vis
1: Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva: Current and former champions, along with a string of legitimate number one contenders, have all fallen in “The Spider’s” wake. You have to go back to December 2004, nearly five and half years and 14 fights ago, to find the last time that another man actually beat him in the ring. Dismayed by a perceived lack of challenges at 185lbs, Silva has moved up to 205 on two occasions, wreaking havoc like only he can. A late, late win over Chael Sonnen and a spectacular first round knockout of Vitor Belfort has only reaffirmed the Brazilian as the number one fighter in the world.

2: Georges ‘Rush’ St. Pierre: Matt Serra’s anvil-like fists are the only thing keeping GSP off the top spot. Had the diminutive New Yorker not pulled off the biggest shock since the Virgin Mary told Joseph “You better start putting those carpentry skills to use on a cot”, it’s likely that St. Pierre would be sitting pretty at the top of the P4P rankings. That one blip aside, GSP hasn’t lost a round since 2006; a claim that few, if any, professional fighters (not even Anderson Silva) can make.

3: Jon ‘Bones’ Jones: When we added Jon Jones to the P4P list last year, we predicted that within a year he’d be challenging for a top five spot. Here we are less 12 months later and ‘Bones’ has defeated fellow ‘super prospect’ Ryan Bader and battered one of the all time greats into submission to win the 205lb title. Is there any stopping Jon Jones? We don’t think so…

4: Jose ‘Scarface’ Aldo: Two years, seven fights, six TKO finishes – that’s all it took for Jose Aldo to become one of the sport’s hottest breakout stars. Now, with a shut-out of Urijah Faber and a devastating KO of Manny Gamburyan, Aldo is the undisputed WEC champion and the best fighter south of 155lbs. With few challenges on the horizon outside of Mark Hominick, chatter has already started about ‘The Brazilian Cobra’s prospects at 155. One thing is for certain, a couple of big wins at a higher weight could see Aldo’s name at the top of this list by this time next year.

5: Cain Velasquez: Brown Pride is here to stay folks; Cain Velasquez backed up the hype and demolished his much larger opponent at UFC 121. If ‘Pound for Pound’ rankings are based on who could potentially beat who, all things being equal, then it’s tough to argue against Cain’s inclusion. He’s beaten bigger men, stronger men and more experienced men his entire career, and looking at the current heavyweight pack, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with a legitimate shot at relieving him of his title.

6: Jon Fitch: Say what? It’s true that Fitch is by and large the most unpopular fighter on this list, but take a look at his record. A massive twenty-one wins with only one defeat in his past twenty-three fights dating back to 2003, his only loss coming to divisional kingpin Georges St Pierre. Only Fedor beats him in terms of wins/losses over that time period. He might not be flashy, or even remotely entertaining to watch at times, but the fact is that Jon Fitch does not lose fights and until he does, he’s a lock in the P4P rankings.

7: Frankie ‘The Answer’ Edgar: What a difference a year makes. Frankie Edgar’s tight decision win over MMA superstar BJ Penn at UFC 112 saw him go from fringe contender to divisional king, although in the eyes of many he still had something to prove. His dominating performance at UFC 118 saw all doubts erased; contentious draws aside, Frankie Edgar is the best lightweight in the world, fact.

8: Dominick ‘Dominator’ Cruz: In 2007 Dominick Cruz challenged Urijah Faber for the WEC featherweight championship and was choked out in under two minutes. Nearly four years later and the Lloyd Irvin project reigns supreme over the weight class below and it is Faber that will look to challenge him. With some of the slickest boxing in the game and a healthy wrestling base to back it up, it’s hard to see how even Faber will be able to dethrone the first ever UFC bantamweight champion.

9: ‘Suga’ Rashad Evans: Jumping back into the list for the first time in twelve months by virtue of the fact that he beat the man who beat previously ranked Lyoto Machida, Rashad Evans is an often-overlooked candidate for P4P rankings. While he is yet to have that career-defining win in the vein of Frankie Edgar’s dismantling of BJ Penn or ‘Shogun’s tooling of Machida, Evans has a near impeccable record and has taken the scalps of no fewer than three UFC champions. He’ll get the chance to make it four against old friend and new rival Jon Jones later this year.

10: Jake Shields: You can’t argue with the numbers, and the fact is that Jake Shields is on an almost unparalleled five-year winning streak. Everyone from Paul Daley through Robbie Lawler to Dan Henderson fell in Shields’ wake as he ran roughshod over two weight classes in Strikeforce. He’ll be a massive underdog against George St Pierre later this month, but after so many have tried and failed to knock GSP out or outwrestle him, maybe Shields’ submission prowess will be the answer to the riddle…
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf a2zinck » 13. apr 2011, 15:38

MMA Top 10 Rankings: Gilbert Melendez Reaches The Top

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

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

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

WELTERWEIGHT DIVISION (170-pound limit)
1. Georges St-Pierre
2. Jon Fitch
3. Jake Shields
4. Thiago Alves
5. Nick Diaz
6. Josh Koscheck
8. Carlos Condit
8. B.J. Penn
9. Paul Daley
10. Diego Sanchez

LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION (155-pound limit)
1. Gilbert Melendez
2. Frankie Edgar
3. Gray Maynard
4. Shinya Aoki
5. Eddie Alvarez
6. Jim Miller
7. Anthony Pettis
8. Melvin Guillard
9. Tatsuya Kawajiri
10. Dennis Siver

FEATHERWEIGHT DIVISION (145 pound-limit)
1. Jose Aldo
2. Chad Mendes
3. Manny Gamburyan
4. Diego Nunes
5. Hatsu Hioki
6. Dustin Poirier
7. Mark Hominick
8. Erik Koch
9. Michihiro Omigawa
10. Josh Grispi

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

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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf graungaard » 19. apr 2011, 07:56

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


Er det bare mig?? eller hvordan kan Lyoto Machida være på top 5 når han ikke har vudnet en kamp siden 09
Det ikke fordi jeg syns han at dårlig eller ikke tror han kan hæng med de store drenge.. MEN skal han ikke lige vinde over Randy før man begynder at skubbe ham der op af
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Re: MMA Rankings

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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf kristoffer » 3. maj 2011, 07:42

Jon Jones og ingen Fedor?!
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Re: MMA Rankings

Indlægaf kristoffer » 3. maj 2011, 07:42

Jon Jones og ingen Fedor?!
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