01) Anderson Silva 33-4
Current UFC Middleweight Champion. Seemingly defeats any and all opponents before even entering the cage. Trains with many of the pound for pound best in MMA at Black House.
02) Jon Jones 17-1
Current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. Undefeated, minus the disqualification due to illegal elbows (in a fight Jones was winning against Matt Hamill). His youth, reach and agility stemming from his physical prowess give him an almost unfair advantage over most LHW opponents.
03) Jose Aldo 22-1
Current UFC Featherweight Champion. Has yet to really be challenged…
04) Georges St. Pierre 24-2
Current UFC Welterweight Champion. Faced and beat some of the pound for pound best, including Carlos Condit after coming back from almost 2 years away due to a torn ACL.
05) Dominick Cruz 19-1
Current UFC Bantamweight Champion. Well rounded, able to adapt quickly and fight intelligently. Fought through a broken hand (in the 1st round) to defeat his toughest opponent yet, Demetrious Johnson.
06) Renan Barao 30-1
UFC Interim Bantamweight Champion. Holds one of the most impressive win streaks in MMA. Intelligent, immensely skilled and continues to improve.
07) Cain Velasquez 11-1
Current UFC Heavyweight Champion. Proficient wrestler with heavy hands and unmatched cardio in the Heavyweight division. Holds impressive wins over Antonio “Big Foot” Silva, Brock Lesnar and Junior Dos Santos.
08) Michael Chandler 11-0
While he has yet to fight in the UFC, he has decimated all whom he has fought in spectacular fashion.
09) Daniel Cormier 11-0
Undefeated Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion. Posses olympic level wrestling and heavy hands with limited experience and training.
10) Chris Weidman 9-0
After five fights in the UFC, Weidman has maintained a perfect record and seems to be exceptionally well rounded.
Rory MacDonald 14-1
Michael Page 3-0
Gilbert Melendez 21-2
Lyoto Machida 19-3
Junior Dos Santos 15-2
TOP TEN: MOST OVERRATED
01) Nick Diaz 26-8
The idiotic Diaz approach to fighting only works against opponents somehow dumber than them.
02) Nate Diaz 16-8
Probably one of the dumbest individuals to ever fight, professionally.
03) Frankie Edgar 14-3
An average fighter with wins over BJ Penn and Gray Maynard. However, every fight he wins, his opponents seem to be beating themselves.
04) Benson Henderson 18-2
An extremely boring fighter that struggles to finish opponents, who went on to two controversial decisions with Frankie Edgar. None of which should get anyone Pound-For-Pound mentions.
05) Brandon Vera 12-6
Probably should never have become a fighter. Vera’s wins are modest at best and his loses are humiliating.
06) Frank Mir 16-6
A cretinous imbecile that relies heavily on his size and weight to compensate for his lack of intelligence.
07) Josh Koscheck 17-7
A mediocre fighter with a below average intellect and an absurd ego. Should never have gotten a shot at GSP, much less a second.
08) Fedor Emelianenko 33-4
Mistakenly voted as the top pound for pound fighter. A decent fighter who has an impressive record of victories over mainly mediocre fighters, with most of his loses coming from the more recent and higher regarded fighters. However, age is a relative factor.
09) Jake Shields 27-6
Garnered a fair amount of hype after defeating lesser competition in Strikeforce. Trains with the pot-head (Diaz) brothers.
10) Rashad Evans 17-3
A one dimensional fighter who epitomizes the boring and obnoxious “Lay and Pray” style. Wouldn’t be half the douche bag he is if he were to take a vow of silence.