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Mensaje por Invitado el Dom 17 Ene 2010, 5:36 pm

Heavyweight

1. Fedor Emelianenko (31-1, 1 NC)
In the headliner of Strikeforce’s first CBS effort, Emelianenko showed the skills and drama that are part-and-parcel of being MMA’s top heavyweight. He will have the opportunity to do so again in April, when he expects to headline Strikeforce’s second card on live network television against Fabricio Werdum.

2. Brock Lesnar (4-1)
While he remains far from healthy yet, Lesnar’s diverticulitis will not ruin his fighting career. However, with the UFC heavyweight champion on the shelf at least until mid 2010, a Frank Mir-Shane Carwin interim title bout in March will determine Lesnar’s next foe when he returns to the Octagon.

3. Frank Mir (13-4)
Mir blew away Cheick Kongo in just 72 seconds at UFC 107. Now, his road to a rubber match with Brock Lesnar will run through Newark, N.J., at UFC 111 in March, when he expects to meet unbeaten Shane Carwin for an interim version of the UFC heavyweight crown.

4. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (32-5-1, 1 NC)
A staph infection will prevent Nogueira from fighting at UFC 108 in January, but it will not keep him from a date with Cain Velasquez. The unbeaten heavyweight prospect will remain the next foe for “Minotauro,” with their bout now scheduled for UFC 110 on Feb. 21 in Sydney, Australia.

5. Brett Rogers (10-1)
Rogers’ spirited effort against heavyweight ruler Fedor Emelianenko on Nov. 7 seems to have done more for perceptions of his heavyweight future than his 22-second demolition of former UFC champion Andrei Arlovski. Since the defeat, Rogers has made the lofty claim that he will not lose again.

6. Josh Barnett (24-5)
Following a positive steroid test in a pre-licensure test in California earlier this year, Barnett’s battles remain outside the cage. On Dec. 21, his appeal before the California State Athletic Commission was postponed a third time when his attorney could not be present due to inclement weather.

7. Junior dos Santos (9-1)
Junior dos Santos again illustrated why he's one of the heavyweight divisions best young talents, as he quickly punched out veteran striker Gilbert Yvel at UFC 108. Dos Santos is now scheduled once again to take on Gabriel Gonzaga for the UFC's debut card on Versus on March 21, after being originally slated to meet "Napao" at 108.

8. Andrei Arlovski (15-7)
Arlovski has been on the shelf since being flattened by Brett Rogers in just 22 seconds in June. The former UFC heavyweight king was in the running to face Alistair Overeem at the K-1 and Dream’s “Dynamite” show on New Year’s Eve, but Fighting and Entertainment Group chose the considerably less alluring Kazuyuki Fujita as Overeem’s opponent.

9. Cain Velasquez (7-0)
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira’s staph infection will not ruin Velasquez’s chance to take on the second-best heavyweight in MMA history. His bout with Nogueira, originally slated for UFC 108 on Jan. 2, will now happen at UFC 110 on Feb. 21 in Sydney, Australia.

10. Shane Carwin (11-0)
Carwin still has designs on squaring off with Brock Lesnar. However, in order to do so, he will first need to deal with a former Lesnar foe in Frank Mir, who he expects to meet at UFC 111 on March 27, with a slice of the UFC heavyweight crown on the line.

Other contenders: Aleksander Emelianenko, Gabriel Gonzaga, Alistair Overeem, Ben Rothwell, Fabricio Werdum.
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Light Heavyweight

1. Lyoto Machida (16-0)
The rematch will happen a few months later than expected, but when Machida’s hand has fully healed, the UFC light heavyweight champion expects to meet fellow Brazilian Mauricio “Shogun” Rua on May 1 in Montreal.

2. Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (18-4)
Though Rua would undoubtedly have preferred to get his rematch with Lyoto Machida in January, “Shogun” will have his chance to right what many observers see as one of 2009’s most egregious wrongs on May 1 in Montreal.

3. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (30-7)
As expected, Quinton Jackson's bite from the acting bug has healed up, and he's back to the fight game. "Rampage" is expected to finally square off with Rashad Evans at UFC 113 on May 1 in Montreal, finally wrapping up the tenth season of "The Ultimate Fighter."

4. Rashad Evans (14-1-1)
In the headliner of UFC 108, Rashad Evans did enough to outpoint Thiago Silva, but underwhelmed onlookers. More will be expected come May 1, when he finally gets his date with rival Quinton "Rampage" Jackson at UFC 113.

5. Forrest Griffin (16-6)
Much like his first encounter with Tito Ortiz, Griffin went nip-and-tuck until the final bell with the “Huntington Beach Bad Boy” at UFC 106. Once again, the fight ended in a split decision. This time, though, the cards favored Griffin, who earned a much-needed victory and moved toward putting his embarrassing loss to UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva behind him.

6. Gegard Mousasi (27-2-1)
Mousasi further showed a fighting maturity that belies his years, as the 24-year-old took apart Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou in their Nov. 7 meeting on CBS. The real question surrounding Mousasi has now become whether Strikeforce can find worthwhile challengers to his 205-pound title in a division largely owned by Zuffa.

7. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (18-3)
Coming off of a sensational knockout win over Luis Arthur Cane in his September UFC debut, Nogueira was slated for action against Brandon Vera at UFC 109 in February. Unfortunately, as quickly as it was announced, the bout fell apart due to an ankle injury “Minotoro” suffered in training.

8. Thiago Silva (14-2)
Following UFC 108, word came out that Thiago Silva entered his main event bout with Rashad Evans carrying a back injury. It would go a long way to explaining the lethargic performance from the Brazilian, save for his one salvo late in the third round, which was too little too late.

9. Luis Arthur Cane (10-2)
Cane stood on the cusp as a potential UFC light heavyweight title contender heading into UFC 106. That was before Antonio Rogerio Nogueira laid waste to him in less than two minutes, sending “Banha” back into the general population at 205 pounds.

10. Rich Franklin (25-5)
On the brink of becoming a light heavyweight contender, Franklin was victimized by a first-round knockout from Vitor Belfort in the UFC 103 headliner. Though Belfort will now move to 185 pounds to campaign, the loss leaves Franklin without a clear direction in the UFC’s 205-pound division.

Other contenders: Keith Jardine, Vladimir Matyushenko, Renato “Babalu” Sobral, Wanderlei Silva, Chuck Liddell.
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Middleweight

1. Anderson Silva (25-4)
Anderson Silva's cryptic elbow injury still continues to give the middleweight king problems. However, "The Spider" is now pencilled in for an April return, where he is expected to headline an international UFC event against fellow Brazilian Vitor Belfort.

2. Nate Marquardt (29-8-2)
As Dan Henderson's negotiations with Zuffa have decayed, the highly appealing Marquardt-Henderson bout has fallen by the wayside. Instead, Marquardt will meet another outstanding wrestler on Feb. 6 at UFC 109 when he takes on Chael Sonnen.

3. Dan Henderson (25-7)
Henderson was MMA's most high-profile free agent for a moment. Now, he is one of the major drawing cards for Strikeforce, where he will make his promotional debut next April in a middleweight affair against Jake Shields, with the Strikeforce title up for grabs on CBS.

4. Demian Maia (11-1)
After his deflating loss to Nate Marquardt in August, Maia will return to action at UFC 109 on Feb. 6. In opposition, the BJJ world champion will find himself against another savvy grappler in former IFL champion Dan Miller.

5. Vitor Belfort (19-8)
Vitor Belfort has been left in the lurch for quite some time. After being tabbed as the next UFC middleweight title challenger following his September plunking of Rich Franklin, an Anderson Silva elbow injury has continued to stall a date for a meeting between the two Brazilians. Now, the pair is expected to contest the UFC middleweight crown in April.

6. Chael Sonnen (24-10-1)
Quietly having knocked off a string of strong competitors, Sonnen has been granted his moment to prove he's a serious middleweight contender rather than an opportunistic wrestler. The Team Quest product is slated to take on Nate Marquardt in a bout with major UFC title implications Feb. 6 at UFC 109.

7. Jake Shields (24-4-1)
On Strikeforce's first CBS venture in October, Jake Shields earned the promotion's middleweight title with a five-round points win over Jason "Mayhem" Miller. Strikeforce's second live network venture in April will see the Cesar Gracie product enter his first title defense as an underdog, as he takes on Pride and UFC veteran Dan Henderson.

8. Yushin Okami (23-5)
The fervor for Okami to be granted a UFC middleweight title shot has likely died following the Japanese export's unanimous decision loss to Chael Sonnen at UFC 104. It'll be a long road back to acclaim for the polarizing Okami.

9. Mamed Khalidov (20-3-1)
In the biggest bout of his career, the star-child of Poland's MMA scene came through in the clutch by halting Sengoku middleweight champion Jorge Santiago in the first round. Unfortunately, the non-title status of the bout meant that Khalidov's breakthrough win didn't come with a belt.

10. Jorge Santiago (21-8)
The slipper finally fell on Santiago's muscular 9-0 run with nine stoppages, as the Brazilian's shaky chin was again exposed by hot Polish prospect Mamed Khalidov on Nov. 7. Santiago's Sengoku middleweight title was not at stake in the bout, therefore complicating the promotion's middleweight scenario.

Other contenders: Yoshihiro Akiyama, Paulo Filho, Robbie Lawler, Dan Miller, Kazuo Misaki.
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Welterweight

1. Georges St. Pierre (19-2)
After thwarting challenges from B.J. Penn and Thiago Alves in '09, Georges St. Pierre will open his 2010 campaign on March 27 in Newark, N.J., where he'll defend his UFC welterweight crown against Brit Dan "The Outlaw" Hardy.

2. Jon Fitch (21-3, 1 NC)
Fans have grown listless with Jon Fitch's recent performances. Fortunately, despite Fitch's recent workmanlike victories, Zuffa has a wonderful solution: Fitch will take on former foe Thiago Alves in perhaps the most appealing fight out there for the AKA product at UFC 111 on March 27 in Newark, N.J.

3. Thiago Alves (16-6)
Thiago Alves will finally get his chance for redemption against Jon Fitch come UFC 111 on March 27. The pair met in June 2006, where a brutal Fitch upkick ended the night for the heavy-hitting "Pitbull.”

4. Dan Hardy (23-6)
A fixture of the UFC's European efforts, the upstart Brit will have his first UFC bout on American soil on March 27 at UFC 111. Of course, that is of little significance compared to the fact that "The Outlaw" will meet Georges St. Pierre for the welterweight mantle.

5. Josh Koscheck (14-4)
Josh Koscheck was to be afforded the chance at UFC 109 in February to avenge his shocking loss to Paulo Thiago a year ago. However, injury forced Koscheck out of the bout, and his spot will now be taken by his AKA teammate Mike Swick.

6. Paulo Thiago (12-1)
The victim of unrelentingly difficult matchmaking, Thiago was scheduled to rematch Josh Koscheck in February. However, an injury to Koscheck means that Thiago will get yet another elite American Kickboxing Academy product in Mike Swick at UFC 109.

7. Mike Swick (14-3)
His teammate's trauma is his treasure, as Mike Swick will get the chance to get back into the win column Feb. 6 at UFC 109. Swick will take on tough Brazilian Paulo Thiago on the bill's main card.

8. Paul Daley (23-8-2)
In spite of his brilliant UFC debut against Martin Kampmann in September, many expected "Semtex" to be defused on the floor by Dustin Hazelett at UFC 108. Instead, the Brit blew away Hazelett brutally in the first round, and entrenched himself in the UFC welterweight title picture.

9. Martin Kampmann (16-3)
Though his September spanking from Paul Daley still looms large, Martin Kampmann got back on the winning side of things in impressive fashion at UFC 108 as he took a tidy first-round submission over Jacob Volkmann.

10. Carlos Condit (24-5)
Another victim of the UFC 108 curse, Carlos Condit was set to take on fellow rankings entrant Paul Daley on Jan. 2. However, a hand injury and subsequent hospital visit forced the former WEC titlist out of the bout.

Other contenders: Jake Ellenberger, Jay Hieron, Dan Hornbuckle, Matt Hughes, Marius Zaromskis.
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Lightweight

1. B.J. Penn (15-5-1)
After his destruction of Diego Sanchez in December, fans have all but given up hope of seeing Penn seriously threatened by another UFC lightweight. However, "The Prodigy" is due for at least one more title defense, as he's expected to take on Frankie Edgar in Abu Dhabi at UFC 112 on April 10.

2. Shinya Aoki (23-4, 1 NC)
What else can be said about Aoki's pro-wrestling-esque theatrics on New Year's Eve? Of more material importance to these rankings, it was yet another impressive, albeit brutal, submission victory for Aoki over a quality opponent in Mizuto Hirota.

3. Eddie Alvarez (19-2)
In an entertaining and tougher-than-expected bout with Japanese prospect Katsunori Kikuno, the sure-fisted Alvarez continued to flaunt his grappling prowess and submitted the karateka with an arm-triangle in the second round. The victory moved Bellator's lightweight champ to 4-0 for 2009 with four submissions.

4. Kenny Florian (12-4)
His impressive handling of Clay Guida in December earned Florian a major fight. Though it's nowhere near official, the fighter-cum-analyst is a strong possibility to take on former Pride lightweight king Takanori Gomi in his long-awaited UFC debut.

5. Tatsuya Kawajiri (26-5-2)
It wasn't a barnburner, but Kawajiri's New Year's Eve performance against a tough and underrated Kazunori Yokota was thorough and dominant. However, the real fight for the "Crusher" continues to be a potential showdown with Dream lightweight champ Shinya Aoki.

6. Gray Maynard (9-0, 1 NC)
Maynard won his Jan. 11 bout with Nate Diaz, but the controversial split decision to punctuate a lackluster fight was not enough to earn Maynard the favor of fans and UFC brass. That means "The Bully" will continue to wait for a crack at the UFC lightweight crown.

7. Frankie Edgar (11-1)
The winner by default due to the lackluster Gray Maynard-Nate Diaz bout, Edgar has won the right to next vie for the UFC lightweight crown. "The Answer" is expected to take on divisional ruler B.J. Penn at UFC 112 on April 10 in Abu Dhabi.

8. Gilbert Melendez (17-2)
In consecutive fights against Rodrigo Damm and Mitsuhiro Ishida, Melendez showed mature performances and vastly improved boxing. In his rematch with Josh Thomson, Melendez outdid himself, avenging his June 2008 loss to Thomson and regaining the Strikeforce title in the best performance of his career.

9. Sean Sherk (33-4-1)
Coming off some minor injuries that nixed his recently scheduled action, Sherk is scheduled to return to the Octagon for the UFC's first Versus venture on March 21. The former UFC lightweight champion is slated to meet fan favorite Clay Guida.

10. Mizuto Hirota (12-4-1)
Hirota was the unfortunate recipient of Shinya Aoki's enfant terrible routine on New Year's Eve, which resulted in a fractured humerus. Coming off of surgery, the Sengoku lightweight champion is expected to return to action this summer.

Other contenders: Gesias Cavalcante, Tyson Griffin, Benson Henderson, Jim Miller, Diego Sanchez.
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Featherweight

1. Jose Aldo (16-1)
His Nov. 18 crushing of Mike Thomas Brown earned him the WEC featherweight title and the throne at 145 pounds in MMA. However, Aldo's first title defense will pit him against dynamic former champion Urijah Faber in what may be the first WEC pay-per-view venture later this year.

2. Mike Thomas Brown (23-5)
Just two months removed from his one-sided shellacking at the hands of Jose Aldo, former WEC 145-pound champ Mike Thomas Brown was brief but dominant in choking out tough Philadelphian Anthony Morrison at WEC 46 in less than two minutes.

3. Urijah Faber (23-3)
In front of a partisan Sacramento crowd at WEC 46, Faber stayed one step ahead of Raphael Assuncao en route to a third-round submission win. With the victory, Faber figures to have the chance to regain the WEC 145-pound title he once owned against Brazilian pistol Jose Aldo later this year.

4. Bibiano Fernandes (7-2)
The former Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion has finally arrived in mixed martial arts. At Dream 11, Fernandes quickly armbarred former Greco-Roman world champion Joe Warren before toughing out a split decision over Hiroyuki Takaya in the grand prix final. With that, he became Dream’s first featherweight champion.

5. Raphael Assuncao (14-2)
In his first elite-level test, Assuncao was game but outmatched against former WEC featherweight champ Urijah Faber at WEC 46, eventually succumbing to "The California Kid" late in the third frame. It was just the second loss of Assuncao's career, following his highly controversial majority decision loss to Jeff Curran in November 2006.

6. Michihiro Omigawa (9-8-1)
One of MMA's most unlikely breakout fighters, Omigawa capped a sensational 2009 campaign by punching out Dream featherweight grand prix runner-up Hiroyuki Takaya at K-1 Dynamite on New Year's Eve. With his management company J-Rock fracturing ties with Sengoku, though, Omigawa's next step is unclear.

7. Hatsu Hioki (20-4-2)
Though most seem to think Hioki deserved the nod in his Nov. 7 split decision loss to Michihiro Omigawa, the bout was another exhibition of Hioki's staggering lack of strategy and consistency that have undermined him in the past.

8. Manny Gamburyan (10-4)
At WEC 44, Gamburyan pushed his featherweight mark to 2-0, as he took a competitive but clear unanimous verdict over former WEC featherweight title challenger Leonard Garcia. The win figures to move the former "Ultimate Fighter" runner-up into the upper echelon of the promotion's red-hot 145-pound division.

9. Masanori Kanehara (16-7-5)
After improbably capturing the Sengoku featherweight grand prix in August, Kanehara ended his breakout year in further shocking fashion, taking a unanimous decision over Japanese superstar Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto at K-1 Dynamite on New Year's Eve. Next up for Kanehara will be the first defense of his Sengoku featherweight title, possibly in March.

10. Josh Grispi (13-1)
The 21-year-old Grispi has torn through his opposition in the WEC thus far, needing less than a combined five minutes to wipe out Mark Hominick, Micah Miller and Jens Pulver. However, surgery to repair a nagging ankle injury has Grispi on the mend to start 2010.

Other contenders: Takeshi Inoue, Marlon Sandro, Mackens Semerzier, Deividas Taurosevicius.
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Bantamweight

1. Brian Bowles (8-0)
Bowles impressively snatched the WEC 135-pound title with a first-round crushing of Miguel Torres. Now the Beatle-haired bantamweight will make the first defense of his crown come March 6 against once-beaten contender Dominick Cruz at WEC 47.

2. Miguel Torres (37-2)
Coming off his brutal starching at the hands of Brian Bowles in August, Torres' return assignment is a difficult one. For a chance to recapture the WEC bantamweight title he previously owned, he will have to topple once-beaten Urijah Faber pupil Joseph Benavidez at WEC 47 on March 6.

3. Masakatsu Ueda (10-0-2)
He had to overcome rope grabbing and eye gouging, but Ueda kept his unbeaten record and Shooto world title on July 19 by taking a well-appointed unanimous verdict over tough Brazilian youngster Eduardo Dantas.

4. Dominick Cruz (14-1)
In March 2007, Cruz fought for the WEC featherweight title and was dealt his first career loss at the hands of Urijah Faber. Two years, five wins and a new weight class later, Cruz will meet current WEC bantamweight king Brian Bowles on March 6 at WEC 47.

5. Joseph Benavidez (11-1)
Benavidez came up short in his de facto title eliminator against Dominick Cruz in August. His chance for a crack at the WEC bantamweight title now runs through former kingpin Miguel Torres at WEC 47 in Columbus.

6. Scott Jorgensen (8-3)
Having shown marked improvement in each of his six WEC bouts, Jorgensen turned in the best performance of his young career at WEC 45, as he boxed and wrestled his way to a well-deserved unanimous decision over Takeya Mizugaki. The win firmly places Jorgensen in the promotion's 135-pound title plans.

7. Takeya Mizugaki (12-4-2)
In his Dec. 19 bout with Scott Jorgensen, Mizugaki finally found his offense in the third round. Unfortunately, it was too little too late for the former Shooto rookie MVP, who dropped a unanimous verdict to the former Boise State wrestler.

8. Damacio Page (12-4)
It was not as competitive as a bout with Akitoshi Tamura might have been, but Page took a quick and impressive rear-naked choke victory over previously unbeaten Will Campuzano at WEC 43. It took the Greg Jackson-trained wild child just 62 seconds to get the tap.

9. Rani Yahya (15-5)
Yahya put together three straight first-round submissions since his return to the WEC, but the streak was snapped at WEC 45. It took Joseph Benavidez just 95 seconds to drop the BJJ standout and flurry to a finish.

10. Eddie Wineland (16-6-1)
Even though George Roop was almost a foot taller than his original opponent Rafael Rebello, Wineland had little trouble outpunching him to a unanimous points win at WEC 46 in another impressive boxing display from the former WEC bantamweight champion.

Other contenders: Antonio Banuelos, Wagnney Fabiano, Akitoshi Tamura, Manny Tapia, Charlie Valencia.
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Flyweight

1. Jussier da Silva (3-0)
After upsetting Shooto world champion Shinichi "BJ" Kojima in a non-title affair in July, it was expected "Formiga" would be brought back for a year-end title rematch. However, those prospects are in limbo as da Silva's management and pro Shooto promoters haggle over purse figures for the Natalense fighter.

2. Shinichi Kojima (10-4-5)
The Shooto world champion continued his career-long streak of inconsistency by dropping a unanimous verdict to Brazilian Jussier da Silva in a non-title bout on July 19. Whether or not Kojima will get a do-over with a title on the line remains to be seen.

3. Mamoru Yamaguchi (22-5-3)
Yamaguchi has some proud hardware: He was the first 132- and the first 123-pound world champion of pro Shooto. He'll have a chance to add another piece to the mantle Jan. 30 when he meets unbeaten Frank Baca for the KOTC 125-pound title.

4. Yuki Shojo (9-5-2)
In his first bout since falling to Shooto world champion Shinichi “BJ” Kojima in March, Shojo took a competitive, albeit pedestrian, majority decision over former bantamweight Junya Kudo and kept pace in Shooto’s active 123-pound class.

5. Yasuhiro Urushitani (16-4-6)
Though he deserved the victory the first time they fought in May 2008, justice prevailed in Urushitani’s Sept. 22 rematch with Ryuichi Miki. He slickly boxed his way to a unanimous decision verdict over the former Shooto rookie champion.

6. Ryuichi Miki (10-3-3)
In September, Miki lost his first bout in three and a half years when he dropped a unanimous decision to Yasuhiro Urushitani. However, the 2006 Shooto rookie champion rebounded soundly on Nov. 23, taking a points verdict of his own over Masaaki Sugawara in an enthralling slugfest.

7. Pat Runez (3-0)
Showing savvy far beyond his actual MMA experience, Runez overcame an early shellacking from John Dodson to take a well-earned split decision win on Oct. 3, as he claimed the Ultimate Warrior Challenge flyweight title in what was the most significant 125-pound bout to date outside of Japan.

8. Mitsuhisa Sunabe (11-5-3)
Pancrase's flyweight champ has been sterling at 125 pounds thus far, running up a 3-0 mark. In his second title defense on Feb. 7, he'll take on former opponent Kiyotaka Shimizu, whom he bested in June 2008 but has since emerged as one of Pancrase's most improved fighters.

9. Masaaki Sugawara (9-4-1)
In his fourth bout in just eight months, Masaaki Sugawara was his usual exciting self against Ryuichi Miki in their Nov. 23 bout. Unfortunately for the lanky puncher, it wasn't good enough to win, as he dropped a unanimous decision to Miki.

10. Alexis Vila (5-0)
One of the flyweight division’s most intriguing prospects, Vila punched out Cody Bell in the second round on Sept. 26. The stoppage was the fifth in six career bouts for the 1996 Olympic freestyle wrestling bronze medalist.

Other contenders: John Dodson, Isao Hirose, Junji Ikoma, Ayumu Shioda, Jesse Taitano.
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Mensaje por Boxerfacts el Dom 17 Ene 2010, 5:59 pm

De cuando son estos rankins mi herma? No me explico mo no tienen a Hector Lombard rankiado en los middleweight. Saludos.
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Mensaje por Invitado el Dom 17 Ene 2010, 5:59 pm

el #10 en los Flyweights, Alexis Vila, es cubano, medallista olímpico de lucha.
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Mensaje por Invitado el Dom 17 Ene 2010, 6:04 pm

@Boxerfacts escribió:De cuando son estos rankins mi herma? No me explico mo no tienen a Hector Lombard rankiado en los middleweight. Saludos.

estos rankings son de ahora, yo tampoco entiendo como no aparece Lombard por ahi ni tan siquiera en la categoria de "Other Contenders" Rolling Eyes
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Mensaje por Invitado el Dom 17 Ene 2010, 6:08 pm

esta es otra página con los top 100, en esta si aparece Lombard en el puesto # 18.

http://www.topgunmma.com/rankings.php?div=5
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Mensaje por Boxerfacts el Dom 17 Ene 2010, 6:12 pm

Yo creo que muchas veces los ranking son pura politica. Lombard tiene para sorprender a cualquiera de esos rankiados por delante de el. saludos
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