By Evan Stoumbelis
March has been a busy month for the UFC, with 3 events in 3 weeks, and another this Sunday, several changes were made to our BJPENN.com rankings, mostly in the welterweight division.
Below are the changes that have been made, and as always, head on over to the rankings section of our site for a complete top 10 list of rankings for each weight division.
Tyron Woodley moved up from #7 to #3 on the welterweight ladder after his TKO win over Carlos Condit.
Carlos Condit dropped form #3 to #6 on the welterweight ladder after losing to Tyron Woodley.
Demian Maia dropped from #6 to #7 on the welterweight ladder after
losing a decision to Rory MacDonald.
Hector Lombard cracked the top 10 welterweight list and landed at #8 after his decision win over Jake Shields.
– As a result Jake Ellenberger dropped from #8 to #9.
– As a result Martin Kampmann dropped from #9 to #10
On the bantamweight ladder Timothy Elliot was ranked at #8, bumping Jussier De Silva off the ladder, who hasn’t fought since dropping a TKO loss to Joseph Benavidez in September.
Scott Jorgensen was moved from bantamweight to flyweight, however he did not land on the top 10 ladder due to the fact that he is 1-4 in his last 5.
To fill the gap left at #8 on the bantamweight ladder left by Scott Jorgensen, Mike Easton was moved from #9 to #8.
Francisco Rivera moved from #10 to #9 on the bantamweight ladder and filled Mike Easton’s spot.
Last but not least on the bantamweight ladder Alex “Bruce Leeroy” Caceres landed at #10.This article appeared first on BJPENN.COM