UFC 169 featured a few fights that were relevant to the divisional rankings, but it seems that the panelists wanted to make a few other moves as well. The top 15's are continuing their evolution, and this led to changes in all 10 of the divisions that are covered by the rankings. Without further ado, let's get down to it.
You can check out the full rankings here, and use the dropdown menu to see the individual picks of the four BE contributors (myself, T.P. Grant, Fraser Coffeen, and Stephie Daniels).
P4P - Renan Barao's stopppage win over Urijah Faber saw him move up at P4P, going from six to four and passing Demetrious Johnson and Chris Weidman. Alexander Gustafsson also made his P4P debut in the 15 spot.
Heavyweight - Lots of movement. Antonio Silva and Josh Barnett flip-flopped the five and six spots again, which is the fourth time in the last two months. Alistair Overeem's win at UFC 169 moved him up two spots to number seven, causing Stipe Miocic to fall to eight and nine respectively. Roy Nelson moved up one spot to 10, with Frank Mir falling out of the top 10 for the first time in many years. He's in the 11 spot.
Bantamweight - Former champ Dominick Cruz continues to climb despite not fighting. He's at nine now, bumping Iuri Alcantara to ten. Alex Caceres moved up two spots to 13, bumping Bryan Caraway and Ivan Menjivar to 14 and 15 respectively.
Women's Bantamweight - The recent news of Jessica Eye's drug test failure has caused her to drop a spot in the rankings, below the woman she went to a No Decision with, Sarah Kaufman. Kaufman is at five while Eye is at six.