UFC Rankings Report: Conor McGregor Jumps Up The Pound-For-Pound List

Fresh off his win over Eddie Alvarez, new dual-UFC champion Conor McGregor finds himself second on the UFC’s pound-for-pound list. The latest rankings were released following UFC, where McGregor knocked out Alvarez to become the lightweight champion.

Former UFC champion Forrest Griffin and Matt Parrino offer up their insight and thoughts on the rankings in the video above.

Yoel Romero at middleweight and Khabib Nurmagomedov at lightweight each moved into the role of No. 1 contender in their respective divisions following wins at UFC 205. Also, former UFC champion Miesha Tate dropped nine spots to 10th at female bantamweight, with Raquel Pennington – who defeated Tate – jumping three spots to fifth.