The TUF China Finale was extremely light on relevance, but there were still a bunch of minor changes in the UFC fighter rankings. The only important thing that came out of the Macau show in terms of divisional standing is that headliner Dong Hyun Kim is now a top-ten fighter in the welterweight division. As for everything else? Some of it is just weird.
As usual, I'll break it down by division.
P4P - A couple of changes that kind of came out of nowhere. Chris Weidman passed Demetrious Johnson for the number five spot, while Anthony Pettis passed Anderson Silva for the number seven spot. Down at the bottom, Alexander Gustafsson moved into the 14 spot, bumping Urijah Faber to 15.
Light Heavyweight - Cormier moved up one more spot to five, passing Antonio Rogerio Nogueira.
Middleweight - No changes.
Welterweight - Demian Maia fell two spots to number eight, allowing Jake Shields and Matt Brown to move up one spot to six and seven respectively. And as mentioned above, Kim claimed the number 10 spot, bumping Tyron Woodley to number 11.
Women's Bantamweight - No changes.