UFC Rankings Update: OSP Moves Into Top Ten, Tyron Woodley Drops After UFC 174 Loss
By FCF Staff
Ovince St-Preux scored another win at UFC 174, Saturday night, and the surging light-heavyweight has cracked the promotion’s top ten rankings as a result.
As a result of his second round, submission win over Ryan Jimmo, St-Preux has moved up three spots and is currently ranked #10. The victory was OSP’s fifth victory in a row.
In the co-main-event, Tyron Woodley dropped a unanimous decision loss to Rory MacDonald, and the welterweight has slipped a spot to #4. Carlos Condit, who Woodley defeated in March, moved up a position to #3.
Ryan Bader worked his way to a UD win over Rafael “Feijao” at UFC 174, and has moved up one spot in the light-heavyweight ranks to #8. “Shogun” Rua dropped a spot to #9.
Mark Munoz, who recently signed a new deal with the UFC, has returned to the middleweight rankings after being briefly removed. The veteran is positioned at #13.
The UFC rankings are determined by a panel of media members.