Well, bantamweight is officially shook up again. Former champion T.J. Dillashaw sat on the sidelines for two years due to a drug suspension, and many thought he would return as a shell of his former self. That was not the case at UFC Vegas 32 as he took a decision over highly-ranked Cory Sandhagen in a great fight. This allowed him to re-enter the rankings right in the mix for a title shot.
Other than that though, not a lot had much of an effect on the rankings. Only four divisions saw any movement. Here’s a look at the changes from this week.
Men’s P4P - No changes.
Heavyweight - No changes.
Light Heavyweight - No changes.
Middleweight - No changes.
Welterweight - No changes.
Lightweight - No changes.
Featherweight - No changes.
Bantamweight - Dillashaw enters at two, right behind the champ and most recent former champ. To make room, almost everyone moved down a spot. Cody Stamann stayed at 15. Kyler Phillips is out.
Flyweight - Matheus Nicolau, Sumudaerji, and Amir Albazi all move up one spot to 12 through 14. Tyson Nam re-enters at 15. Raulian Paiva, who beat Phillips at 135, is out of the flyweight rankings due to the division change.
Women’s P4P - No changes.
Women’s Bantamweight - Julia Avila and Karol Rosa move up a spot each to 13 and 14, with Alexis Davis re-entering at 15. Sijara Eubanks is out due to her drop to flyweight.
Women’s Flyweight - Maycee Barber passed Miranda Maverick for the 13 spot following her controversial split decision win.
Women’s Strawweight - No changes.