Ironman Fight Club - Official Thread
Posted 16 April 2018 - 10:47 PM
IFC MW23 Wilder vs Kisqali
(April 18th, 2018 - King Theatre - Los Angeles)
Fight 1 - Middleweight Division
(1-0, 176 lbs) Virgulino Ferreira Da Silva “Lampiao” VS (3-14, 209 lbs) Lukasz “Cichy” Patryk
Da Silva has not fought since January in a KT event, where he won by decision. He has only fought twice total winning both in decisions against strong opponents in two separate organizations. Now in the IFC he will make his triumphant return to mma against Patryk. Anyone trying to fight this guy on their feet will be in for a bad time, because he is one of the top stand up fighters the IFC has to offer and his low ranking is only due to his recent arrival in the organization.
Patryk has had a long career with poor results so far, but he is not a bad fighter. He has just had very stiff competition, participating in some of the best organizations in the mma world. This will be his second fight in the IFC and he lost his first fight via KO in the first round. He has an all rounder fighting skill with no particular strengths or weaknesses, but if he can target his opponent’s weakness he definitely has a shot against just about anyone.
Going into the fight Da Silva is the favorite with his stellar stand up game, but his lack of experience in jiu jitsu combined with his ok wrestling could hold him back.
Fight 2 - Middleweight Division
(4-4, 190 lbs) Niko Diaz VS (1-5, 184 lbs) Hennig Muller
Diaz has won and lost an even amount in mma and has a 2-0 record in KT. However, his record is very deceptive as he has fought some extremely strong opponents in his career some of which if they were in the IFC would probably be challenging for the title. Diaz is definitely one of the highest skilled fighters in the middleweight division and once he gets some momentum going we could definitely see him challenging people in the top 15.
Muller has been in the IFC for his entire career and has hosted a very poor record of 1-5 so far. He was in consideration with a lot of the rising stars in the IFC, but every time he came up against them he fell short resulting in them rising and him finding himself in his current situation. Diaz will be a tough opponent for a man trying to put his career back on track, but you don’t know who will win until the ref raises someone’s hands.
Diaz is the clear favorite in this fight and it will take some extremely poor gameplanning from him to lose this fight.
Fight 3 - Heavyweight Division
(1-2, 265 lbs) Ruben Kirby VS (6-11, 238 lbs) En “Metal Priest” Esch
Kirby has only fought 3 times in the IFC, but has managed to win at 1 of the 3 fights despite being one of the youngest fighters in the IFC heavyweight division. While he is not ready for the big time fights as of yet we can watch closely and see just what kind of a fighter Kirby will develop into as he trains and grows month by month. This fight will be yet another check where we find out just where Kirby stands and how much he has grown since his last fight.
To date Esch has been the fighter that just about every high ranking fighter has to go through in order to climb. His match history hosts 5 of the current top 15 fighters (in various divisions) showing that despite his record he has fought some of the most highly talented fighters in the IFC. He is probably tired of being the stepping stone of others and this fight will be another chance for him to try and climb, but he needs to beat one of the top fighters to truly show his skill.
Esch has a definite edge in this fight with his superior muay thai, but Kirby’s boxing could help him get to the advantage in this fight.
Fight 4 - Heavyweight Division
(7-3, 270 lbs) Wild Turkey VS (6-4, 298 lbs) Bob “The Feast” Snapp
Turkey is joining the IFC from the PFF where he had a 2-3 record and every single match has ended in TKO whether he won or lost. Turkey has sensational boxing and has shown that he is very quick and powerful as well. His rise in the rankings is almost assured, but the IFC is not an organization where you can rise easily and he will be tested many times before he manages to climb high in the rankings.
Snapp is coming from the Kamikaze organization with a lot of hype surrounding him. Just like his opponent he has had a decent run in his previous organization, fighting against impressive opponents and coming away with the victory more often then not. He will get to test himself in a new organization now and it is anyone’s guess as to how far he will go in the rankings.
This fight has me particularly excited, because we have two fighters who recently joined the IFC meeting in the octagon to find out which one is the IFC’s supreme newcomer. The winner of this fight will almost surely find himself in a match against a ranker while the loser will have to prove himself before he can find himself fighting for the top spots.
Fight 5 - Lightweight Division
(11-7, 163 lbs) Mike “The Hammer” Van Rijn VS (6-4, 157 lbs) “Touch of Death” Dumba Diame Jr
Rijn is 0-2 so far in his career with the IFC, but both opponents he fought are top 6 in the IFC power rankings. Now he finds himself opposite a strong new up and comer. His wonderful muay thai has been integral to any success he sees and when combined with some deadly kicks, it will be scary to see what this fighter can do now that he is unfettered by a vested interest in the IFC.
Diame Jr is continuing the theme this night of powerful rookies making their debut in the IFC. He also comes from the PFF organization with a high amount of hype following him. Starting his career off against Van Rijn will be a great test for a fighter who hasn’t yet fought in the octagon. A win here will probably pit him against a ranker in his next fight while a loss will see him bogged down in the middle of the pack struggling to prove himself.
Diame Jr is a heavy favorite coming in with almost equal muay thai and a black belt it is hard to ever picture Rijn managing to win this fight.
Fight 6 - Middleweight Division
#9(6-6, 185 lbs) Sascha “Widow Maker” Koniezko VS #11(9-10, 178 lbs) Steven “The Steamroller” Kennedy
Koniezko has been flourishing as of late, winning 4 straight fights with his most recent coming against Sexyama. He now finds himself ranked 9th in the middleweight division coming in as the higher rank against a long time powerhouse since IFC 1 in Steven Kennedy. This will be the biggest test of Koniezko’s career to date and this will be the fight that proves whether or not he belongs in the octagon with the top tier talent of the IFC.
Kennedy has been around the IFC since the very beginning and has almost always been one of the fighters in the top 15. However, he has recently fallen in rank after losing three straight fights. These may have been some of the most talented fighters, but losing three straight fights must be preying on his mind and he will want to recover in his fight against Koniezko.
Both fighters are matched pretty evenly, however I think that Koniezko isn’t quite ready for an opponent like Kennedy and will probably end up losing in a close fight.
Fight 7 - Lightweight Division
#11(7-3, 160 lbs) “Slim” Willie McCoy VS (12-7, 156 lbs) Luiz Correia Azevedo
Some may say that McCoy as a new fighter should not find himself in the 11th ranked spot of the highly competitive lightweight division at this point. However, he has proven himself against two of the stronger fighters in the IFC lightweight division and managed to beat both in the first round. Now he will look to defeat another fighter trying to break into the top tier of the IFC while also cementing his own position within the rankings. A win here would have him looking above at those ranked higher and him trying to position himself for a possible title run.
Azevedo has also fought two very high skill fighters since joining the IFC, however he found himself on the losing end of those two fights. He is still a very good fighter that should not be underestimated despite his 0-2 record in the IFC. He is hungry for that first win in the organization and seeing as how he has only fought the higher tier fighters in the org he is someone you must go through if you want to get onto the power rankings.
McCoy should be the fighter with an advantage having the advantage or equivalent skill in all regards, but don’t count Azevedo out until the match is over.
Fight 8 - Lightweight Division
#12(7-2, 170 lbs) Johnny Walker VS (8-6, 154 lbs) Wolfgang Lee Roth
Walker only recently left the Dynasty organization and now finds himself participating in the main card of his debut with the IFC. He has roots in KT and it shows in how impressive he is on his feet. Despite his history as a KT fighter he has a purple belt in jiu jitsu and very respectable wrestling so we can’t expect him to struggle just, because he is now participating in mma. In his most recent mma fight in February he earned himself a victory win so do not expect him to be out of practice with mma rules.
Roth is a long time fighter in the IFC who has done well for himself just not against the top level opponents he has faced. Walker will be yet another chance for Roth to prove himself against a high level opponent. He will also want to rebound after his 41 second loss to Kirby in his last fight where he put on a very poor showing, barely managing to do anything against his opponent.
I would give the advantage to Walker going in, because he has a huge advantage standing and Roth will have trouble taking down an opponent with better wrestling than himself.
Co-Main Event - Heavyweight Division
#11(10-5, 230 lbs) Schmorgen Biscuit VS #8(8-10, 300 lbs) Greg “The Gronk” Bell
Biscuit will be trying to get history to repeat itself as he faces Bell for the second time. In their fist bout Biscuit one sidedly beat on Bell with ground and pound and received a very lopsided decision victory. Both of these fighters have been around since the very first card the IFC put together and you can expect them to know the ins and outs of eachother’s game.
Bell will have a tough time in this fight, facing an opponent he has already lost to once in his career. In a fight between wrestlers the fighter who manages to get top control will be the one who ultimately ends up winning the fight. If Bell wants a chance this time around he will have to be much more proactive than he was in their previous bout.
Bell has not improved a whole lot since fighting Biscuit last, however the same can not be said of Biscuit who has gradually gotten more and more skilled and is now gaining ranks on his way towards the top of the division.
Main Event - Middleweight Division
#3(9-3, 205 lbs) Jaxson Wilder VS #7(9-2, 220 lbs) Ribociclib “CDK4/6” Kisqali
Jaxson has gone 2-0 since the divisions split beating two strong opponents on his way to getting the third ranking in the middleweight division. Now he finds himself matched up against Kisqali a relative newcomer to the IFC hoping to take that third ranked position for himself. Jaxson will need to prove once again that his boxing is so strong he deserves to keep his high ranking in the division.
Kisqali has only fought twice in the IFC hosting a 1-1 record beating the now 8th ranked Ubereem and losing to the currently 5th ranked Brawler. A win here would have him contesting over the next title shot with other powerhouses such as Heavyweight, Brawler, and OQuinn. Similar to his opponent Kisqali relies largely upon his boxing to get the wins which should make this a very exciting fight to watch with neither side wanting to give ground.
This is a very difficult fight to read, because both fighters love to box, but Jaxson is superior in wrestling and jiu jitsu mainly using those to avoid the ground. However, due to Kisqali’s advantage in the clinch he may want this fight to the ground resulting in this hot mess of confusion not knowing how this fight will happen. For this particular bout I’d give Jaxson the edge due to having the more experienced manager, but this should be a very exciting and close match, ending the night with a doozy of a battle.
Posted 16 April 2018 - 10:48 PM
Cant wait for the next awesome write up
I wish I was half as good as Winterbottom at write ups, but I'll keep trying : D (you just want me to pick you to lose again so you can prove me wrong don't ya? =p)
Posted 17 April 2018 - 04:03 AM
I wish I was half as good as Winterbottom at write ups, but I'll keep trying : D (you just want me to pick you to lose again so you can prove me wrong don't ya? =p)
Posted 19 April 2018 - 12:44 AM
Damn, big loss for Jaxson Wilder in the middleweight division. A win against Kisqali would have surely made him the #1 contender? Great win for Kisqali. Tend to overlook him for some reason but he is only 21 and has decent skills.
Thought Biscuit should have done better against Bell. It was one sided but just think he should have been able to finish him though Bell can be stubborn.
Shame to see Wolfgang Lee Roth get beaten like that but that's the game and Johnny Walker is the younger fighter coming up.
Same for Willy McCoy in the lightweight division against Azevedo. Four wins in a row and three in the IFC. The lightweight division looks super competitive right now.
Very nice win for Sascha Koniezko in the middleweight division against former champ Steven Kennedy. Couldn't finish but got the unanimous decision and remains undefeated in five fights. Looking forward to seeing what he can do now that he is amongst the top end of the division
Posted 19 April 2018 - 06:19 PM
lol. Eric is a writing beast. He used to do three a week sometimes when he was working for Sydney Fights too. Crazy sutff
Posted 19 April 2018 - 08:54 PM
IFC 47 Heavyweight vs Seventeen
(April 21st, 2018 - King Theatre - Los Angeles)
Fight 1 - Lightweight Division
(0-6, 165 lbs) Long Thai VS (5-11, 145 lbs) Jason Poller
Thai is still searching for his first victory in the IFC after six straight losses. His biggest problem is the fact that he has focused almost all of his training time into muay thai, to the exclusion of all else. This has resulted in a very predictable fighting style that any opponent who does any research can counter. He is at pretty much the bottom of the IFC and in this bout he will be facing the second lowest ranked fighter in the lightweight division.
Poller as previously stated is one of the lowest ranking fighters in the IFC. However, this particular fight would be his IFC debut, and this organization will be his chance to turn his career around. He is starting from the bottom and has nowhere to go, but up. While he is starting low this gives him the potential to create a story never before seen in the IFC; a fighter who has risen through 50+ fighters on his way to the top. However, he will need to improve much faster than he has so far to have any chance at this happening.
This is a fight between two extremely one dimensional fighters, however Poller’s jiu jitsu should allow him to directly counter the muay thai of his opponent as he can pull guard rather easily and submit from the bottom.
Fight 2 - Lightweight Division
(5-3, 156 lbs) “Notorious” Cj McGregor VS (6-5, 139 lbs) Bright “Quest” Heather
McGregor has not lived up to expectations since joining the IFC. He joined with a 4-1 record and has gone 1-2 since joining, beating one opponent and losing to two others. He has a huge weakness in his game, being unable to do anything when it comes to the ground game and yet not having the ability to keep his feet against good wrestlers. Until he shores up this weakness he will have trouble ever climbing in the IFC.
Heather is another fighter with a 1-2 record since coming to the IFC who also has a large whole in his game. His problem is that the strong point of his technique would be his jiu jitsu, but his wrestling is not at a level that enables him to get the fight to the ground against good opponents.
Maybe these two fighters should be sparring eachother, one needs takedown offense while the other needs takedown defense its a match made in heaven. However, since this is an official event I’ll give the edge to Heather slightly, because he does have the better wrestling between the two fighters.
Fight 3 - Middleweight Division
(3-5, 210 lbs) Joe “The Alternate” Average VS (2-1, 185 lbs) Wrecking Ball
Average has so far in his career managed to beat most of his opponents in the bottom half of the division, but then lost to those on the top half. He has proven prone to knockouts, but he is a very skilled fighter who can utilize just about any method to get a victory. So far he has proven most successful with his jiu jitsu where he has a brown belt. If he can ever get over the hump of losing to the top half you could definitely see him going on a run through the rankings.
Ball is one of the fighters who first caught my attention when I first started writing for the organization. Although that was due almost solely to his name, you can’t ignore the fact that his skills are worthy of attention. He currently has a 1-1 record in the middleweight division with his only loss coming against a fighter on the rise in Zaad. This fight will be a chance for him to redeem himself and show that he belongs in the top half of the rankings where he can scratch and claw with all the others struggling to make a name for themselves in the IFC.
This fight should be a close one, but Ball’s wrestling combined with his purple belt should be able to hold off the jiu jitsu of Average and get him the win through ground and pound.
Fight 4 - Heavyweight Division
(3-4, 225 lbs) Ivashin “Imadlo” Dmitrievich VS (5-5-1, 220 lbs) Terje “Nightmare” Warholm
Dmitrievich has had an okay run so far in the IFC, doing nothing particularly impressive, but not looking too bad either. He has lost two disappointing fights in a row against decent opponents and now finds himself against another decent opponent. The fact he is losing to people in the middle of the Division bodes ill for this fighter if he ever wants to make it higher in the rankings. However, at only 20 years old he definitely has room for improvement and he could possibly get skilled enough to rise eventually.
Warholm has been a win one lose one kind of fighter since starting his career. Somehow he managed to tie with Bogard, but other than that he hasn’t done anything to make a strong case for himself as a top tier fighter. He has amassed a good skill set for himself, but he has not yet managed to turn his technique into consistent victories.
These fighters are pretty evenly matched, each having an advantage in different aspects. As such it will come down to who can use their particular advantage better.
Fight 5 - Middleweight Division
(10-7-1, 185 lbs) Boss Yonic VS (1-1, 215 lbs) Glenn “The Hisings Hammer” Svensson
Yonic is a very dangerous fighter who although not in the top rankings, has fought many of the people in those rankings in close fights. He is yet another example of a fighter with the skills to go head to head with the strongest, but just can’t quite manage to pick up a win against the top rankers. He has had troubles finishing fights with fights that have been decided by a decision nine times (he won 6 of the 9) and only managing to finish 4 fights all of which were by submission. If he wants to climb in the rankings further he will need to finish his fights as opposed to leaving it up to the judges.
At only 19 years of age Svensson has done well to find himself in the IFC at all, let alone having a successful debut. In his debut he managed to land his punches at an extremely high success rate, crushing his opponent and getting the knockout win in the first round. He will find that his opponent in this fight will go much further in testing where exactly this young fighter falls in the IFC middleweight divisional hierarchy.
In this fight I would give the advantage to Yonic due to the large advantage he has in wrestling as well as the slight advantage in his jiu jitsu. However, Svensson has a chance in this fight if he can manage to keep his feet.
Fight 6 - Heavyweight Division
(9-9, 264 lbs) Ricky “Big Tex” Hughes VS (4-3, 286 lbs) Neville Southall
Hughes is one of only two members of the IFC hall of fame. He was the first ever champion crowned in the open weight division days of the organization and although he didn’t manage to defend the belt in his next fight, he is a historical figure in the organization’s past. However, in the present he is a fighter struggling to maintain his relevancy against the increasing skills of the younger fighters. He has not won since December and is very thirsty for another victory as he seeks to relive the glory days of the past.
Southall is making his IFC debut in this bout and the fact that he is fighting a hall of famer goes to show just how highly respected he is coming in. He has been in a few organizations with his most recent fights coming in the NJMMA org where he had a 1-1 record. Now, in the IFC he will find out if he can hold up to one of the long time great fighters of his new organization.
Unfortunately, for the hall of famer I’d give the edge to Southall coming in, because of the large advantage in muay thai technique. If Hughes wants a win he will have to avoid closing with his opponent and using his slightly superior boxing to get him the advantage.
Fight 7 - Middleweight Division
(4-1, 205 lbs) Matteo “The Werewolf” Boretti VS (9-8, 210 lbs) Chara Zaad
Boretti has been doing pretty well for himself since joining the IFC, hosting a 3-1 record within the organization. The only thing holding him back from a possible spot in a ranking spot is the fact that he has not managed to beat any particularly strong opponents as of yet. So far the best opponent he has faced to date was Touchard and is the only black mark on Boretti’s record. Once he can get over the hump and beat one of the contenders Boretti will probably be a staple in the ranking picture of the IFC.
Zaad has been red hot as of late (although the prodigy Yuri Bezmenov put a damper on that) winning 3 of his last 4 fights losing only to Bezmenov. Now is his chance to continue his winning ways and show he has what it takes to fight those in the rankings for a chance at earning his way to the top. In the current era of the IFC the contest for those top 15 rankings have been particularly close and we are seeing fighters who once would easily have made them, now struggling to find their place on them.
The big wild card in this is the fact that we have not seen exactly how well Zaad does against muay thai. This will be the determining factor as he is the superior boxer, but his opponent’s ability in the clinch is just as advantaged. The winner of this one will be centered around whether this fight takes place in the clinch or not.
Fight 8 - Heavyweight Division
(3-1, 270 lbs) Sal Sizzaro VS (6-2, 271 lbs) Tan Han Tuong
While Sizzaro may have lost his debut upon joining the IFC, since then he has managed to win three street with his crowning win coming over Esch. A win over Tuong would show that his 19 year old is on his way up and woe to anyone who thinks they can earn an easy win over him. He has shown wonderful wrestling skills, with basically 0 stand up and decent jiu jitsu. Whether he chooses to hone his already impressive ground game or to start learning stand up you can expect this fight to continue learning until eventually challenging the fighters at the top.
Tuong has done well for himself in the IFC with a 5-1 record, beating many of the fighters lower in the rankings. However, for whatever reason this fighter has struggled to gain hype despite the winning spree. This may be a safe strategy by the fighter to rise gradually instead of trying to climb in streaks, he is rising steadily, making sure he is not biting off more than he can chew.
Tuong definitely has an advantage standing, however Sizzaro has the slight advantage on the ground so this fight will be determined upon whether Tuong can keep his feet or at least try and be the one in control on the ground. The edge has to go to Tuong due to the fact he is only slightly disadvantaged on the ground, but has a huge advantage standing.
Fight 9 - Co Main Event
(8-8, 190 lbs) “Corpse Making Cowboy” Don Joe VS #13(2-0, 207 lbs) Dennis Fischer
Joe is one of the 28 year olds in the IFC who is trying to hold off the rise of all the younger fighters in the organization. Unfortunately, he has been unsuccessful, losing 6 straight fights going from one of the top rankers to a person barely in the top 4000 of the mma world. He started off his IFC career with a title fight which he lost to the super champion Mew Choo, but followed that up with wins against Hughes, Kennedy, and Bandichoo. However that was the beginning and the end of this fighters time at the top as he has followed those victories with loss after loss. A win here would help reverse his negative trajectory, but he will definitely have his work cut out for him in this one.
Fischer is making his IFC debut in this fight, coming into the organization highly recognized as a very potent fighter as evidenced by the fact he is ranked 13th without fighting. He comes from a KT background on the island so his 2-0 record hardly reflects his true fight experience as it doesn’t take into account his 8-0 time in KT circles where he participated and won 3 title fights and ultimately ended the island season as the 205 lb KT champion and highest ranked fighter. Since leaving the island he has put the work in at the gym to turn himself into an mma fighter, ultimately leading to this point.
This fighter of talented young fighter versus wily vet has been a common trend in the IFC of late which has gone both ways, however in this particular fight I expect the youth to win out, because of the large advantage in their muay thai.
Fight 10 - Heavyweight Division #1 Contender Fight
#1(20-3, 280 lbs) Super “Dominator” Heavyweight VS #2(11-8, 281 lbs) “Red Ribbon Armys” Android Seventeen
Heavyweight is a fighter who came to the IFC expecting to be a champion after dominating on the island. He has fought 5 times in the organization and has lost only to the current champion, Tower. Since losing via submission to Tower, he has had three straight T(KO) victories over other fighters high in the IFC rankings. You can expect that he is coming into this fight expecting a victory, and wanting to find himself back in that #1 contender spot so he can once again challenge for the title belt.
In his way is Android Seventeen. He has been very vocal about his desires for a chance at the title and he has finally put his money where his mouth is and earned his way into the #1 contender fight. He earned his way here by beating Bell in a rather one sided, early first round knockout. If he can fight as impressively as he did in that fight we may finally see a fighter other than Heavyweight holding that #1 spot.
This is a fight that has a lot of people excited myself included. As much as I know this will defend Seventeen’s manager I have to give him the advantage in this fight. While Heavyweight has been the perennial #1 in the Heavyweight division Seventeen has trained himself to a point where technique wise he looks like the superior fighter and you have to give him the edge coming in. However, Heavyweight has been at the top since joining for a reason and underestimating him will be something that ends up with you unconscious on the mat.
Posted 20 April 2018 - 01:46 AM
Raichu is the man but Super Heavyweight is a killer. I just can't see Seventeen beating this guy. His KO over Vinicio Serpico proved that he wasn't just your regular ex-Island hype monster who had it easy over there. Best of luck to Android Seventeen though. It would be awesome to see him get a shot at the heavyweight champ Tower.
Good to see some up and comers on the Main Card. Sal Sizarro v Tuong should be fun but I'm picking Sizarro due to the wrestling. One of my favourite young fighters just before that in Matteo Boretti in the middleweight division. Hope he is able to put on a good performance there but he is fighting a tough veteran in Chara Zaad who has been doing pretty well so far this year.
Agree with the prediction of Ricky "Big Tex" Hughes versus Neville Southall. Hughes confidence is shot and he would need to have a great game plan to get past the striking of his younger opponent. Hoping he can pull it off though
Posted Today, 12:55 AM
Tough fight for Seventeen. Its my fault for picking you to win, as you always do the opposite of what I say.
Posted Today, 01:12 AM
Iron Man Fight Club - Official Rankings (21st April 2018)
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Lightweight (155lbs and under)
#1 (1) Mister Island (12-5, W,W,W,L,L, 145lbs)
#2 (2) Abdel Mumu (8-1, W,W,W,W,W, 155lbs)
#3 (3) Uri Gellar (21-6, W,L,L,W,W, 158lbs)
#4 (4) Maximilian Kirby (6-0, W,W,W,W,W, 165lbs)
#5 (5) Soul Shadow (7-4, L,W,W,W,W, 162lbs)
#6 (6) Evgeni Lomachenko (10-8, W,L,W,W,L, 152lbs)
#7 (7) Bruce Mafaking (17-5, W,L,W,L,L, 164lbs)
#8 (9) Feihck Tiote (5-2, L,W,W,W,W, 164lbs)
#9 (10) Gosha Lopez (6-2, W,W,L,L,W, 135lbs)
#10 (11) Willie McCoy (8-3, W,W,W,W,L, 160lbs)
#11 (12) Johnny Walker (10-3, W,L,W,W,W, 170lbs)
#12 (13) Daniel Sainty (10-8, L,W,W,L,W, 150lbs)
#13(14) Anton Touchard (7-1, W,W,W,L,W, 168lbs)
#14 (15) Jax Thomas (6-3, W,W,W,L,W, 169lbs)
#15 (NR) Dumba Diame Jr (7-4, W,L,W,W,W, 156lbs)
Middleweight (155lbs to 205lbs)
#Champ (Ch) Ispa Murhaa (8-0, W,W,W,W,W, 194lbs)
#1 (1) Light Heavyweight (23-3, W,W,L,W,L, 220lbs)
#2 (3) Mew Choo (13-2, W,L,W,L,W, 191lbs)
#3 (4) Brooklyn Brawler (12-4, W,L,W,W,W, 190lbs)
#4 (6) Roman Divac (10-1, L,W,W,W,W, 198lbs)
#5 (7) Ribociclib Kisqali (10-2, W,W,L,L,W, 220lbs)
#6 (5) Damien OQuinn (10-4, L,W,W,W,W, 216lbs)
#7 (2) Jaxson Wilder (9-4, L,W,W,W,L, 205lbs)
#8(8) Jon Ubereem (14-8, W,L,L,W,L, 218lbs)
#9 (9) Sascha Koniezko (7-6, W,W,W,W,W, 185lbs)
#10 (10) Manuel Lora (10-7, L,W,W,W,L, 180lbs)
#11 (12) Alexander Porto (11-8, W,W,L,L,W, 180lbs)
#12 (13) Dennis Fisher (3-0, W,W,W, 207lbs)
#13 (11) Steven Kennedy (9-11, L,L,L,L,W, 178lbs)
#14 (14) Terry Bogard (7-6, L,L,W,L,W, 179lbs)
#15 (15) Dany Crosby (12-3, W,L,L,W,W, 200lbs)
Heavyweight (205lbs and over)
#1 (1) Super Heavyweight (21-3, W,W,W,W,L, 280lbs)
#2 (3) Grigori Rasputin (18-3, W,W,L,L,W, 241lbs)
#3 (4) Vinicio Serpico (8-3, W,L,W,W,L, 260lbs)
#4 (5) Big Murha (7-1, L,W,W,W,W, 219lbs)
#5 (6) Steve Butabi (9-3, L,W,L,W,W, 290lbs)
#6 (7) Japa Koniu (8-3, W,L,L,W,W, 235lbs)
#7 (9) Naiki Nekele (11-4, W,W,W,W,L, 268lbs)
#8 (11) Schmorgen Biscuit (11-5, W,W,L,W,L, 222lbs)
#9 (2) Android Seventeen (11-9, L,W,W,W,W, 280lbs)
#10 (10) Vladimir Impaler (9-3, L,W,W,W,W, 270lbs)
#11 (12) Kenny Tchusuk (5-5, W,W,L,W,L, 265lbs)
#12 (13) Taz Bandichoo (8-8, W,W,L,L,L, 240lbs)
#13 (8) Greg Bell (8-11, L,L,W.L,W, 300lbs)
#14 (14) Urban Go Bucks (5-2, W,L,W,W,W, 255lbs)
#15 (NR) Wild Turkey (8-3, W,L,L,W,W, 270lbs)
**Rankings are determined by hype/pop, p4p rank, win/loss record and a few company internal criteria. Rankings will typically be updated at the end of each week**
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