Best Pound-For-Pound (P4P) Fighters in the UFC

      The Ultimate Fighting Champions or UFC for short is the most popular mixed martial arts promotion. Based in Nevada, UFC’s PPV fights have brought in millions of fans around the globe. It wasn’t always like that. At the beginning of the 2000s, UFC struggled to survive and was as far away from a burgeoning sport as possible.

      Everything changed in the early 2000s. Zuffa bought the rights to UFC for $2 million and the rest, as they say, is history. Since the acquisition, the UFC slowly rose up the ranks of popularity, in no large part due to Hall of Famer Ken Shamrock’s involvement. The legendary fighter was instrumental into turning the UFC to a mainstream sport that has the best fighters.

      Apart from being popular on TV, UFC betting has also exploded in recent years. Thanks to mouth-watering fights between legends such as Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov or heavy hitters such as Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier, UFC is among the most popular sports at bookies. Fans of the sport can enjoy great odds on all the exciting fights and claim free bets to win money without spending a dime out of their pocket. You can always go online on your PC or mobile phone and find the free bet that suits you at freebets.co.uk. Free bets are a great way to make some profit without spending your money, which is just what bettors are looking for.

      Below you can see a list of the top 10 pound-for-pound UFC fighters ever to grace the Octagon, with a special insight into the top 5.
      Starting at number 10, we got Tony Ferguson. The 9th spot is reserved for Kamaru Usman; Dustin Poirier comes in on the 8th spot. At number 7, we have Daniel Cornier and Max Holloway is 6th. And now, let’s head over to the top 5 list.

      Amanda Nunes

      Amanda Nunes is a Brazilian mixed martial artist and the reigning champion in the Women’s Bantamweight and Featherweight divisions. The southpaw fighter is the first woman in UFC history to be a two-division champion and the holder of two belts simultaneously. Her aggressive style of fighting has earned her a perfect 18-4 score, and she is ranked 5th of the UFC pound-for-pound ranking.

      Stipe Miocic

      Stipe grabs the number 4 spot on the pound-for-pound ranking. His style includes boxing and wrestling, and there is no doubt that he is relentless in those two fields. He won his most recent fight against Daniel Cornier who is ranked 7th on the list and crowned himself as the Heavyweight champion in the UFC. His overall score is 18-3.

      Henry Cejudo

      Henry Cejudo is an Olympic gold wrestling medalist who has been competing in the UFC since 2014. Henry is the current reigning champion of both of the UFC’s Bantamweight and Flyweight Division. Wrestling is his main style of fighting and it has earned him the number 3 spot on the pound-for-pound ranking on the UFC list. Cejudo’s overall score is 15-2.

      Khabib Nurmagomedov

      The Eagle has landed on the number 2 spot on the pound-for-pound ranking. Khabib is the undisputed champion in the Lightweight division. His last fight against Dustin Poirer was ruled as a win by a submission, he upgraded his record, and defended his title. Currently, Khabib is still the undefeated champion of the lightweight division, his score is 28-0.

      Jon Jones

      Jon Jones became the youngest champion since UFC created the weight classes. He reached this achievement at the age of 23. Even though he was stripped of his title due to problems with the law, he got reinstituted back in 2016. Jones competes in the Light-Heavyweight division and his record is 25-1. 10 out of those wins are by knockout, 6 by submission, and another 9 by decision.

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