clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

UFC fighter rankings: Daniel Cormier removed from P4P rankings following loss to Jon Jones

Daniel Cormier didn't budge in the light heavyweight rankings after his title fight loss to Jon Jones, but it was enough to knock him off the P4P list.

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

For as much as UFC 182 featured several ranked fighters throughout the main card, there weren't to many changes made in the first rankings update of 2015. Perhaps the biggest surprise is that Kyoji Horiguchi soared into the top 10 even though opponent Louis Gaudinot was not ranked. The biggest notable story is Daniel Cormier's removal from the pound-for-pound list after he lost a unanimous decision to LHW champion Jon Jones. Cormier was ranked 13th coming into last Saturday's main event, but has since been bumped out of the top 15.

The UFC rankings can be viewed in full by clicking here. Bloody Elbow is represented by Fraser Coffeen.

Pound-For-Pound: Daniel Cormier is gone from the list, going from 13th to unranked. Vitor Belfort and Alexander Gustafsson climb up to 14th and 15th, respectively.

Women's Strawweight: Heather Clark rises to 10th, dipping Paige VanZant to 11th. Seohee Ham goes up one spot to 14th while Bec Rawlings completes the list at 15th.

Flyweight: Kyoji Horiguchi rose the highest of all fighters this week, going up three notches from 11th to 8th. Chris Cariaso, Zach Makovsky, and Tim Elliott comprise the 9th-11th positions. Wilson Reis also swaps with Chico Camus and goes up to 14th while Camus rounds out the list.

Bantamweight: No changes

Women's Bantamweight: No changes

Featherweight: Charles Oliveira goes up to 9th while Dennis Siver, two weeks away from his fight with Conor McGregor, drops a spot to 10th.

Lightweight: Donald Cerrone edges ahead of Gilbert Melendez for 3rd place, and now has a fight with Ben Henderson to look forward to on January 18th.

Welterweight: Hector Lombard's win over Josh Burkman netted him inclusion in the top 5, as the voters placed him 5th. Matt Brown falls to 6th.

Middleweight: No changes

Light Heavyweight: No changes

Heavyweight: No changes