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24 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
Episode 76: UFC 231
Damon and Kaz talk about UFC 231 and the Tito Ortiz/Chuck Liddell fight. MAIN CARD Featherweight Championship Max Holloway (c) vs. Brian Ortega Curious to see how Holloway’s health holds up in this fight. I like Ortega in this fight either way. Women’s Flyweight Valentina Shevchenko vs. Joanna Jędrzejczyk This is the 4th combat sports meeting between these two women. Valentina is 3-0 in their previous meetings, which were contested in Muay Thai. Joanna’s coach, Mike Thomas Brown, believes that Valentina will be too passive and look to counter, but I think that’s where Valentina will have her greatest success and take a clear cut decision. Welterweight Alex Oliveira vs. Gunnar Nelson Oliveira has a lot of power in his hands and a good ground game, but it’s not as good as Gunnar’s. Gunnar also has crisp striking and deceptive power in his hands. The further the fight goes, the more it favors Gunnar. Looking for Gunnar to get a submission in the 2nd or 3rd round Featherweight Hakeem Dawodu vs. Kyle Bochniak Bochniak has built a bit of a following after his last fight with Zabit Magomedsharipov. He’s got an iron chin, a huge heart and some good boxing. He’s going to need that chin and heart to lean on against the heavy hands and blackletcism of Hakeem Dawodu. I see Hakeem taking an exciting decision. Light Heavyweight Jimi Manuwa vs. Thiago Santos DO YOU LIKE VIOLENCE? THIS FIGHT IS EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED. SOMEONE’S GONNA END UP TWITCHING ON THE MAT. BET THE HOUSE ON THE UNDER (and also Jimi Manuwa). Poster Boy by round 1 KO. Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1) Women’s Strawweight Cláudia Gadelha vs. Nina Ansaroff Lightweight Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs. Gilbert Burns Women’s Flyweight Katlyn Chookagian vs. Jessica Eye Middleweight Elias Theodorou vs. Eryk Anders Theodorou being a favorite in this fight is solely because they’re in Canada. Bet the house on Anders. Early Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass) Bantamweight Brad Katona vs. Matthew Lopez Welterweight Chad Laprise vs. Dhiego Lima Lightweight Carlos Diego Ferreira vs. Kyle Nelson Light Heavyweight Devin Clark vs. Aleksandar Rakić
27 minutes | Oct 25, 2018
Episode 75: Bellator Heavyweight GP & The Whereabouts of Nathan Diaz
Bellator GP and the Importance of Getting Paid This episode of Downriver Top Team was an impromptu episode. It was prompted by John (Podbros Network owner) asking me about the Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix. That Chael Sonnen and Fedor fight was really something. Fedor dropped Chael mere seconds into the fight and beat him pillar to post before stopping him at the end of the first. Ryan Bader mauled Matt Mitrione for three straight rounds. If the Heavyweight GP was under Welterweight GP rules, Bader may have very well got a 50-40 scorecard. Bader has a chance to become a two-division champion when he faces Fedor in the finals of the Bellator Heavyweight GP in January. Also, I went on another tangent on the purpose of prizefighting. Spoiler alert. The point is to win as much money (prizes) as possible. That’s why you’re about to see Eddie Alvarez clobbering people in Asia for eight-figure paydays. Disregard this Paragraph, UFC 230 still has a Great Undercard UFC 230 has been an absolute cluster(foxtrot). Several main events were discussed, including a Yoel Romero and Alexander Gustafsson fight for the Light Heavyweight title, a Nate Diaz and Dustin Poirier non-title fight, and an absolutely nonsensical fight for the vacant Flyweight title between Sijara Eubanks and Valentina Shevchenko. A Derrick Lewis/Daniel Cormier heavyweight title fight was made, despite both men having serious injuries heading into the fight. Dustin Poirier pulled out of the Diaz fight with an injury. Diaz, left without a dance partner, has seemingly disappeared again. What the hell do you do with Nate Diaz? Oh, by the way, we recorded this before we found out that Luke Rockhold got hurt and Chris Weidman will now fight the Spooky Alligator Man.
40 minutes | Oct 5, 2018
Episode 74: UFC 229 & HBO Boxing
Long Layoff After a long layoff, I return with a new episode of Downriver Top Team. I was joined by John, the site owner, and Kaz, The Accidental Wrestling Fan & Worst Millennials, to discuss some of the latest developments in combat sports. UFC 229 The biggest fight in UFC history is scheduled to take place (as of this writing) tomorrow on October 6th. Khabib Nurmagomedov looks to defend his UFC Lightweight title for the first time against former Featherweight and Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor. This is McGregor’s first MMA fight in two years. Will “cage” rust play a factor in his return? HBO Boxing HBO has decided to get out of the boxing business after 45 years of presenting some of the greatest fights of all-time. We discussed if this is a smart move for HBO and if an HBO Boxing app or channel is a viable platform.
15 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
Episode 72: CM Punk’s Return at UFC 225
CM Punk will return on June 9th against Mike “The Truth” Jackson. Both men are 0-1 in their MMA careers with both men suffering submission losses to Mickey Gall. For Punk, this fight will come days after having a jury rule in his favor in a lawsuit stemming from his departure from WWE. Will that take an emotional toll on Punk leading into this fight? Also, what happens if either man loses this fight? They’ll be 0-2. Punk would have to deal with the potential embarrassment of failing yet again. Jackson will forever be known as the guy that lost to CM Punk. High stakes for essentially an amateur MMA fight.
10 minutes | May 18, 2018
Minicast: Ronda Rousey’s Best Fights
This minicast is actually an outtake from TAWF Clean 39. We discuss Ronda Rousey’s best fights, Chael Sonnen’s opinion on Rousey’s fighting ability, and the Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix.
23 minutes | Apr 7, 2018
Episode 72: UFC 223: Total Debacle
Downriver Top Team is back after a six month hiatus to talk about the cursed card known as UFC 223. Seriously, this card is cursed. We recorded this episode not even 24 hours before finding out that Max Holloway was deemed “medically unfit” to face Khabib Nurmagomedov. Damn this sport, damn Conor McGregor, and most of all, DAMN THE NEW YORK STATE ATHLETIC COMMISSION!
37 minutes | Dec 5, 2017
Episode 71: Bar Fight Chronicles 1
Downriver Top Team is back with the first installment of the Bar Fight Chronicles. John sat down with Damon to discuss an altercation he had at a local drinking establishment, how alcohol can get the best of you when you’re trying to keep your cool, and people pushing your buttons for no reason.
22 minutes | Oct 6, 2017
Episode 70: Bar Fights & UFC 216
How Much Can You Know About Yourself If You’ve Never Been in a Fight? I’ve recently become fascinated with how people handle physical altercations. Obviously, there are two general options: fight or flight. I have so many friends from so many walks of life, from MMA fighters to lawyers, that it’s intriguing to see how they’ve handled situations where they’ve been in a physical altercation or avoided one. I’ll be talking to some of these friends on this show over the next few, weeks, months, or however long it takes. I’ll also be sharing my experiences with getting into fights in bars or on the street. A few of them definitely don’t go my way. UFC 216 UFC 216 takes place Saturday, October 7th (which is tomorrow if I get this uploaded on time). The card has several intriguing fights on it, but of course, I think they’re intriguing. I’m a die-hard MMA fan. A lot of MMA outlets like MiddleEasy think this card isn’t going to do well. There’s a number of factors why this card may suffer. The first of those factors is yet another interim title fight between #2 lightweight Tony Ferguson and #7 ranked Kevin Lee. People are sick of interim title fights, flat out. It also doesn’t help that casual fans aren’t really into the two people fighting for the championship. Their trash talking and hype of the fight has been, well, not very good. Another thing that may hurt UFC 216 is Demetrious Johnson’s shot at breaking Anderson Silva’s title defense record (11 straight, DJ ties GSP for most title fight victories with a win). In any other weight class, this would be presented as a historic moment and be promoted as such. It’s barely even mentioned in promotional material for the card, other than a Jon Anik sound byte. Hell, DJ’s potential record-setting title defense isn’t even the main event. Yes, that’s right. One of the greatest MMA fighters of all-time is playing second fiddle to an interim title fight. Absolutely baffling.
20 minutes | Sep 8, 2017
Episode 69: Timely Fashion
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve done an episode of DTT. What better time to drop an episode than on the eve of UFC 215? I kept it topical, as always, by recording it two weeks after the Mayweather McGregor fight and Jon Jones’ failed drug test. What makes it even more topical is that I recorded it on Labor Day, days before I found out that Ray Borg would not be fighting Demetrious Johnson due to illness. That UFC 215 card took some serious hits with the loss of its main event and Junior Dos Santos’ suspension. Shevchenko and Nunes is still a tremendous fight and the best fight in the history of the UFC Women’s Bantamweight division. Here is the card following the implosion of the main event. Women’s Bantamweight Amanda Nunes (c) vs. Valentina Shevchenko Welterweight Neil Magny vs. Rafael dos Anjos Flyweight Henry Cejudo vs. Wilson Reis Light Heavyweight Ilir Latifi vs. Tyson Pedro Featherweight Jeremy Stephens vs. Gilbert Melendez Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1) Women’s Bantamweight Sara McMann vs. Ketlen Vieira Women’s Bantamweight Sarah Moras vs. Ashlee Evans-Smith Featherweight Gavin Tucker vs. Rick Glenn Lightweight Mitch Clarke vs. Alex White Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass) Heavyweight Luis Henrique vs. Arjan Bhullar Lightweight Kajan Johnson vs. Adriano Martins
48 minutes | Aug 5, 2017
Episode 68: I Heart Mike Beltran
“All Day” Drew Morais came by the Hole-in-The Wall Studio to talk about King of the Cage in Wyandotte, Michigan, Jon Jones’ shocking KO of Daniel Cormier, and how much we love Mike Beltran. Seriously, Mike Beltran is awesome. I hope he chokes people with his facial hair at jiu-jitsu.
62 minutes | Jul 8, 2017
Episode 67: Drew “All Day” Morais
Gogopoda is dead. I decided to change the name because I created Downriver Top Team shirts with my good friend Jeph (with a PH). I practically had built-in merchandise. That and I also felt like there are tons of MMA/combat sports podcasts that did the same thing as Gogopoda, but much better. Downriver Top Team will serve as a platform for people to talk about fighting. Whether it’s fighting in hockey, traditional martial arts, or personal experiences in combat, DTT will discuss many different aspects of fighting. This week, I was able to sit down with Drew “All Day” Morais. Drew is a professional MMA fighter representing Fuse MMA in Clinton Township, Michigan. I’ve known Drew for quite a while. I’ve actually rolled with him a few times and we always talked about fighting whenever we see each other. Drew has been wanting to do a show with me for a long time and we finally were able to make it happen. The recording session was originally intended to be around 30 minutes, however, we ended up talking nearly all day (see what I did there). Topics of discussion include: Drew’s interest in fighting Gray Maynard Drew’s interest in fighting on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contenders Series Drew’s interest in fighting pretty much anyone Old-pro wrestling mullets Justin Gaethje being a walking whirlwind of violence UFC 213 and TUF 25 predictions Enjoy the show and check out some of Drew’s handiwork below.
10 minutes | May 12, 2017
Episode 66: King of the Cage
I recently had the chance to go to King of the Cage’s Supremacy event at the Yack Arena in Wyandotte, Michigan. It was my second MMA event this year and I have to say it was a great time. Ringside seats and great fights ten minutes from my front door. What more could I ask for? I want to give a special shout out to Jeff and Terry for making that happen, I’m very grateful for the opportunity. Another thing I address on this episode is my guilt over predicting Jake Ellenberger’s devastating loss to Mike Perry. I wrote on Casual Picks for Casual Pricks (UFC 211 picks are HERE, btw) that Mike Perry was going to absolutely flatten Jake. One minute and five seconds into the second round, Mike Perry flattened Jake Ellenberger with a horrific standing elbow. It was tough to watch as Perry danced in celebration and the camera morbidly panned up to the unconscious body of the former top contender. Jake, if you’re reading this, for whatever reason. I just want to tell you….my bad, man. Seriously, I feel really bad about that.
14 minutes | Apr 14, 2017
Episode 65: Tough Times for Chris Weidman
EDITOR’S NOTE: This episode of Gogopoda was recorded before Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza signed a new deal with the UFC. At UFC 210, Chris Weidman lost his third fight in a row. It feels like it’s been eons since he destroyed Anderson Silva in back-to-back fights. Of course, this most recent loss doesn’t come without its fair share of controversy. Weidman’s tried to place both hands on the ground to eliminate knees from the arsenal of Gegard Mousasi, but it didn’t work. Two hard knees and a circus of confused officials later, Mousasi is declared the winner by TKO. Where does Weidman go from here? He’s lost three fights in a row in a division that’s log-jammed by a title fight between two old guys. Does he make the move to 205? Does the UFC do something unspeakable and give him a fight against lower ranked opposition so he can, GASP, re-build his confidence? It’s tough to find all that out a week removed from another devastating loss for the former champion, but I’m very interested to see what path he takes moving forward.
14 minutes | Apr 7, 2017
Episode 64: UFC 210 (BoobGate)
I realize I suck at making predictions. Of course, that didn’t stop me from making predictions for UFC 210. I just like picking fights, no matter how much money it’s going to cost me on DraftKings. Don’t gamble kids. Avoid it, if you can. In any regard, this episode focuses more on things outside of the Octagon. Daniel Cormier got pissed about a poster, all of a sudden MMA Twitter’s pissed about a poster. Why are posters so important to MMA fans? Has anyone ever said, “the poster to that fight sucks, I’m not watching it?” Seriously, please tweet me if you have. The UFC 210 weigh-ins were bananas. Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson didn’t weigh in until 11 AM EST, which was the cutoff. The moments leading up to both men weighing in were absolutely bizarre. 1.2 pounds. That’s the magic number, y’all. Remember that. While you’re here, be sure to watch these promotional materials for the big fight. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gldkq8tVsJc
39 minutes | Feb 11, 2017
Episode 63: UFC 208
Damon discusses the two events prior to UFC 208. He gives some predictions, which you should never, ever follow. To help you get ready for UFC 208 (cough gambling purposes cough), here’s the match listing and supplemental videos. Ryan LaFlare vs. Roan Carneiro Phillipe Nover vs. Rick Glenn Ian McCall vs. Jarred Brooks Nik Lentz vs. Islam Makhachev Wilson Reis vs. Ulka Sasaki Randy Brown vs. Belal Muhammed Dustin Poirier vs. Jim Miller
32 minutes | Dec 29, 2016
Episode 62: It Is All Over
2016 has been a hell of a year and what better way to close the year out with some UFC 207 talk? UFC 207 is the last UFC event of the year and it’s got some interesting storylines going into it. SWAN SONG FOR GOLDIE UFC 207 will be Mike Goldberg’s final event. Dana White confirmed this on Wednesday. A lot of people are happy to see Goldberg go as he seemed to rub people the wrong way with his salesman-like style of commentary. Say what you will about Goldie, but the man was a professional. Yes, he made a lot of hilarious goofs like “Watt Miman” or “George Holmes,” but the man was god damned passionate about what he did. His brand of commentary was basically your drunk uncle that really likes watching cage fights. His replacement, allegedly, is Jim Rome. That makes absolutely no sense. Does Jim Rome even know how to do play-by-play? Why wasn’t Jon Anik promoted? These are questions that will be answered soon enough. Until then, enjoy these videos of Mike Goldberg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsiD_GDFY-M CAIN AND WERDUM: FIGHT FOR(N)EVER Cain Velasquez was forced to pull out of a rematch with Fabricio Werdum again as the Nevada Athletic Commission decided not to license the two time champion after he admitted to having back surgery scheduled for January 4th. Cain and his team were adamant that he was fine to fight, going so far as to post pictures of him while training. Cain said one of the reasons why he was able to keep training was because of his use of marijuana. Werdum wanted to fight at the event, but a replacement could not be found in time. UFC 207 FIGHT CARD I give my picks for UFC 207. I also give all of you lovely folks a freebie pick for DraftKings at the end of the episode. No, they’re not paying me. I just really like playing DraftKings. Here’s your fight card that I crudely copy and pasted from Wikipedia: Main Card Women’s Bantamweight Amanda Nunes (c) vs. Ronda Rousey Bantamweight Dominick Cruz (c) vs. Cody Garbrandt Bantamweight T.J. Dillashaw vs. John Lineker Welterweight Dong Hyun Kim vs. Tarec Saffiedine Flyweight Louis Smolka vs. Ray Borg PRELIMS Welterweight Johny Hendricks vs. Neil Magny Welterweight Mike Pyle vs. Alex Garcia Middleweight Antônio Carlos Júnior vs. Marvin Vettori Welterweight Brandon Thatch vs. Niko Price FIGHT PASS Welterweight Alex Oliveira vs. Tim Means
36 minutes | Nov 30, 2016
Episode 61: In Defense of UFC 206
This is the first episode of Gogopoda after Thanksgiving. Much like a post holiday weight cut, you really don’t want it. YOU NEED IT. On this episode, I discussed all the happenings of UFC 206. UFC 206 was a card that people weren’t hyped about because there was only one fight that “moved the needle.” God, I hate that phrase. The card eventually started getting filled out due to fights falling out at UFC 205 and an incredible featherweight co-main event between Max Holloway and Anthony Pettis. However, the card fell apart just as quickly as it came together. Rashad Evans wouldn’t be able to fight Tim Kennedy AGAIN because he wasn’t able to get licensed in Toronto. Hopefully, Rashad’s problems with getting licensed can get sorted out. The other blow to UFC 206 was the fact that Daniel Cormier was forced to pull out of his rematch with Anthony Johnson. I don’t know what the hell they’re doing over at AKA but they need to CUT. IT. OUT. Fans clamored for Ryan Bader to fill against Rumble. But he just came off of thrashing Rogerio Noguiera about a week ago and is exploring free agency. Why risk free agency and potentially get knocked out by Rumble again? Jimi Manuwa expressed interest in a rematch with Rumble on Twitter, but ultimately was matched with Glover Teixeira (OH, BABY). So, how did UFC decide to fix the event? By giving us an interim title fight, of course! The interim title fight wasn’t a rumored Gegard Mousasi/Anthony Johnson fight. It turns out that the featherweight co-main event between Anthony Pettis and Max Holloway would now be contested as an interim title fight and the winner would face….Jose Aldo. Yes, that’s right. Jose Aldo was promoted to featherweight champion after defeating Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 because the UFC stripped Conor McGregor of his title. How do you feel about UFC stripping Conor of his featherweight title? Sound off in the comments below, on our Facebook page, or @GogopodaMMA on Twitter!
25 minutes | Nov 14, 2016
Episode 60: Connor McGoober
On the 60th episode of Gogopoda, Damon discusses UFC 205. Some of the biggest moments that happened at the historic event were: Yoel Romero exploding Chris Weidman’s head with a flying knee Raquel Pennington earning a dominant victory over the now retired Miesha Tate Tyron Woodley and Stephen Thompson engaging in an absolute battle Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Karolina Kowalkiewicz beating the holy hell out of each other Conor McGregor sparking out the great Eddie Alvarez (that really bummed Damon out) Damon also talks briefly about how the biggest draws in MMA all have vastly different personalities. And yes, Connor McGoober is a Tommy Toe Hold reference.
16 minutes | Nov 7, 2016
Episode 59: Michael In the Middle
At UFC 204, Michael Bisping made his first successful title defense against now retired (and inexplicably still ranked) Dan Henderson. The fight definitely was not without its fair share of drama as the Brit was rocked by two big right hands in the first two rounds of the fight. Bisping, however, stuck to his gameplan of volume striking to outwork the 46 year old legend. The question became, “what’s next for Bisping?” The top four contenders for his title were all tied up in something that was half-tournament, half-contingency plan (break in case of Dan Henderson’s unlikely victory). Former champion Chris Weidman and Yoel Romero are set to fight this Saturday at UFC 205 in a fight that’s sure to bring some serious violence to the table. Former champion and part-time model Luke Rockhold was set to rematch Jacare Souza. They fought in 2011 in a Strikeforce fight that saw Rockhold, a long haired prospect who hadn’t fought in almost two years, upset the middleweight champion Souza via decision. However, fate (or AKA’s penchant for catastrophic knee injuries) said otherwise for Rockhold. He was forced from the rematch with a knee injury and Souza was pulled from the card all together (a Derek Brunson/Robert Whittaker fight is now the main event). Souza immediately used his new found freedom to call out Michael Bisping via this terrifying video. The rivalry between the two middleweights seems to be heating up because Souza’s manager claimed that Dominick Cruz would beat Michael Bisping. Damn, that’s cold. But, I digress. Bisping recently campaigned for a fight with Georges St. Pierre at UFC 206. GSP wanted the fight with Bisping (Bisping’s not exactly had kind words about the welterweight GOAT) but it fell through the cracks as GSP has some things that he needs to work out with UFC, or vice versa. Bisping suddenly claimed that he could not fight Jacare at the event due to injuries he sustained at UFC 204. Injuries, money, it’s all the same, right? Jacare vs. Bisping seems to be the most likely fight to make, with the winner of Weidman/Romero getting the next shot. Very curious to see how the middleweight title picture will play out over the next 12 months. Here’s your UFC middleweight top 15: 1 Luke Rockhold 2 Chris Weidman 3 Jacare Souza 4 Yoel Romero 5 Gegard Mousasi 6 Anderson Silva 7 Robert Whittaker 8 Derek Brunson 9 Vitor Belfort 10 Uriah Hall 11 Thales Leites 12 Tim Kennedy 13 Dan Henderson 14 Rafael Natal 15 Krzysztof Jotko
39 minutes | Oct 12, 2016
Episode 58: Hardy and The Hendersons
PLEASE SUPPORT PODBROS NETWORK ON PATREON Welcome to the 58th episode of Gogopoda! Are you ready to listen to a nearly 40 minute monologue on MMA? Probably not, but I was lazy and didn’t feel like splitting the episode into two parts. GREG HARDY: HEAVYWEIGHT PROSPECT?! According to this article written by Ariel Helwani, former NFL defensive end Greg Hardy is making the transition to mixed martial arts. I am immediately not excited about the prospect of yet another sh*t head running around MMA. We’ve already got enough of those, especially with the recent antics of Alex Nicholson, his training partner Mike Perry, and Michael Graves. It’d be probably be best if Hardy never steps foot into a cage. Hell, it’s probably not a good idea teaching Muay Thai and jiu-jitsu to someone as unstable as he is. But, this is MMA. As long as Hardy pays for training and has a name, there will be a promotion willing to get him into a cage. The scariest part is that Hardy, who is only 28, has the athleticism to transition very well to heavyweight MMA. UFC 204 I have to say that UFC 204 was a very fun card overall. There were only two decisions and plenty of violence to be had (even if that means afforementioned sh*t head Mike Perry got a highlight reel KO victory). Mirsad Bektic showed that ring rust wasn’t a factor and secured a first round submission win over Russell Doane. Stefan Struve fought a smart fight. I was proud, even if I had his opponent on my DraftKings team. Jimi Manuwa finally brought the violence that was expected of him when he first signed with the UFC and absolutely destroyed OSP. Gegard Mousasi absolutely dismantled Vitor Belfort. It was a good night all around and the main event did not disappoint. FIGHTS SHOULD BE JUDGED ON WHO NEEDS MORE RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY Dan Henderson made his final walk to the Octagon on Saturday night and he did not go gentle into that good night. He nearly recreated his highlight reel KO of middleweight champion Michael Bisping late in the first round and destroyed his left eye. The scoring of that first round has led to some contention in the MMA space as many pundits believed that first round should’ve been scored 10-8 Henderson. If that’s the case, the last fight of the legendary Hendo could’ve ended in…a draw?! What a time to be alive… –Damon Official UFC rankings referenced in this episode. Please note that these are the official rankings as of October 5th, 2016: BANTAMWEIGHT Champion : Dominick Cruz 1 TJ Dillashaw 2 John Lineker 1 3 Raphael Assuncao 1 4 Jimmie Rivera 1 5 Bryan Caraway 1 6 Cody Garbrandt 7 Urijah Faber 8 Aljamain Sterling 9 Michael McDonald 10 John Dodson 11 Thomas Almeida 12 Eddie Wineland 13 Johnny Eduardo 14 Takeya Mizugaki 15 Rani Yahya FEATHERWEIGHT Champion : Conor McGregor 1 Jose Aldo (Interim Champion) 2 Frankie Edgar 3 Max Holloway 4 Ricardo Lamas 5 Cub Swanson 6 Anthony Pettis 7 Jeremy Stephens 8 Charles Oliveira 9 Dennis Bermudez 10 Brian Ortega 11 Yair Rodriguez 12 Darren Elkins 1 13 Dooho Choi 1 14 Renan Barao 1 15 Mirsad Bektic *NR MIDDLEWEIGHT Champion : Michael Bisping 1 Luke Rockhold 2 Chris Weidman 3 Jacare Souza 4 Yoel Romero 5 Vitor Belfort 6 Anderson Silva 7 Robert Whittaker 8 Derek Brunson 9 Gegard Mousasi 10 Uriah Hall 11 Thales Leites 12 Tim Kennedy 13 Dan Henderson 14 Rafael Natal 15 Krzysztof Jotko HEAVYWEIGHT Champion : Stipe Miocic 1 Fabricio Werdum 2 Cain Velasquez 3 Alistair Overeem 4 Junior Dos Santos 5 Ben Rothwell 6 Josh Barnett 7 Mark Hunt 8 Andrei Arlovski 9 Travis Browne 10 Derrick Lewis 11 Roy Nelson 12 Stefan Struve 1 13 Francis Ngannou 1 14 Daniel Omielanczuk 1 15 Antonio Silva *NR
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