The latest updates to the UFC rankings Welterweight Division! This week brought some exciting shifts as fighters jostled for their positions in the octagon.
In the recent update, six divisions witnessed changes, including men’s pound-for-pound, lightweight, welterweight, middleweight, light heavyweight, and heavyweight.
Let’s focus on the welterweight division, where five fighters made notable moves – one rising, three falling, and a fresh face making his debut.
Ian Machado Garry, a determined fighter, climbed the ranks from No. 14 to No. 13 in this week’s welterweight rankings. He’s all set to showcase his skills in a thrilling match against Geoff Neal at UFC 292 in Boston later this month.
However, not everyone had the best week. Sean Brady slipped one spot, now standing at No. 9, while Jack Della Maddalena also dropped one spot, finding himself at No. 14. Michael Chiesa suffered the most significant setback, going down three places to No. 15, following his loss to Kevin Holland at UFC 291.
Talking of Kevin Holland, he is the new confront within the welterweight rankings, coming in solid at No. 12. His amazing accommodation triumph against Chiesa has earned him a well-deserved spot among the best warriors within the division.
It’s continuously interesting to see how the rankings can alter significantly within the UFC, and the welterweight division is no special case. Keep an eye on these gifted competitors as they proceed to endeavor for significance within the world’s head blended martial arts organization. Remain tuned for more exciting upgrades on your favorite warriors and their ventures within the UFC!