TOP 10 MEN'S UFC PLAYERS IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW

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10.DEIVESON FIGUEIREDO

10.DEIVESON FIGUEIREDO

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DEIVESON FIGUEIREDO

 He currently competes in the Flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, where he is the two-time and current UFC Flyweight Champion

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9.GLOVER TEIXEIRA

9.GLOVER TEIXEIRA

GLOVER TEIXEIRA

He is the second oldest UFC champion in history behind Randy Couture and the oldest first time champion in UFC history.

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8.JON JONES

8.JON JONES

Never stopped nor outscored during his career, Jones's only professional loss is a controversial disqualification against Matt Hamill.

JON JONES

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7.DUSTIN POIRIES

DUSTIN POIRIES

As of April 18, 2022, he is 1 in the UFC lightweight rankings and 7 in the UFC men's pound-for-pound rankings.

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6.MAX HOLLOWAY

6.MAX HOLLOWAY

MAX HOLLOWAY

 He currently competes in the Featherweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship

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5.CHARLES OLIVEIRA

5.CHARLES OLIVEIRA

CHARLES OLIVEIRA

Charles Oliveira da Silva is a Brazilian professional mixed martial artist and Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner.

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4.FRANCIS NGANNOU

4.FRANCIS NGANNOU

FRANCIS NGANNOU

 He currently competes in the heavyweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, where he is the current UFC Heavyweight Champion

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3.ISRAEL ADESANYA

3.ISRAEL ADESANYA

In kickboxing, he is a former Glory Middleweight Championship title challenger. As of 12 April 2022 he is 3 in the UFC men's pound-for-pound rankings.

ISRAEL ADESANYA

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2.ALEXANDER VOLKANOVSKI

2.ALEXANDER VOLKANOVSKI

ALEXANDER VOLKANOVSKI

 He currently competes in the Featherweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, where he is the current UFC Featherweight Champion.

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1.KAMARU USMAN

KAMARU USMAN

Collegiately, he competed at 174 pounds, and was the 2010 NCAA Division II National champion, a three–time NCAA DII All-American and a NAIA National qualifie