The UFC has updated its fighter’s rankings for all its weight divisions as well as the pound for pound overall ranking.
The two major changes came in the P4P listing.
For the first time, Anthony Pettis made the top ten, after snatching Ben Henderson’s lightweight belt with a first round armbar win at UFC 164.
He is now in 8th place.
Also as a result of last saturday’s fight, Bendo has dropped four spots and is now in 10th place on the overall ranking.
After losing his middleweight belt to Chris Weidman at UFC 162, Anderson Silva also lost the third spot on the P4P ranking for fellow countryman Jose Aldo, who comes from a win over the Korean Zombie at UFC 163.
Also in the overal ranking, Renan Barão (7th) and Demetrius Johnson (6th) have climbed one position each.
In the division rankings, the most notable change was the switch between Lyoto Machida and Glover Teixeira in the light-heavyweight.
Teixeira is now contender no. 2 and Lyoto dropped to no. 3.
All the rankings are composed by votes of select fight journalists from all over the world.
For the full rankings, go to www.ufc.com/rankings