hawdrigoh wrote:Here we go!
1. Fabricio Werdum (fairly obvious...)
2. Cain Velasquez (took the clear loss to Werdum but still the no. 2 in my opinion)
3. Andrei Arlovski (on a good tear right now (6 fight win streak) with wins over Schaub, Bigfoot, Browne, Mir)
4. Stipe Miocic (since the loss to Struve he's gone 4-1 with the only L being a close war with JDS)
5. Travis Browne (4-3 in his last 7 but pretty stiff competition...wins over Gonzaga, Overeem, Barnett, Schaub)
6. Alistair Overeem (3 fight win streak with a recent big win over JDS)
7. JDS (2-3 in his last 5 but against top competition)
8. Ben Rothwell (beaten some decent fighters recently, with a nice win against Overeem...still hasn't fought any of the top guys yet).
9. Josh Barnett (losses to Browne and Cormier but otherwise pretty solid as always).
10. Mark Hunt (2-3-1 in his last 6 but fighting the top guys)
Urijah Faber wrote:People don’t understand because they’re not fucking world-class fighters. When you’re at world championship level, you’re fighting other guys who are at a world championship level. So, you know, Dana White wants to say something? Let’s see him get in there and fight. Let’s see him fight somebody who’s a championship fighter and let’s see how many punches he throws in a round. Things change when you’re fighting the best guys in the world.