Jones, Khabib, GSP, Silva, Aldo: UFC fans name ‘best GOAT rating’ and rule out McGregor

It is difficult to determine the best of all time in any profession, but perhaps none are more difficult than mma?

Such is the longevity in such a physically demanding career that the comings and goings of MMA big names are regular. The faster a name becomes a superstar in sports, the faster it descends through the ranks.

Yet, for sane reasons, people will still regularly debate GOATs on social media, with a fan’s recent ranking grabbing some attention.

“Proper MMA” was so confident in his top 10 that he called it “Best GOAT ranking in all of MMA.”

Let’s take a look.

10. BJ Penn

BJPenn is an MMA fighter who competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and K-1. Penn was the first American Jiu-Jitsu World Championship gold medalist.

9. Daniel Cormier

Daniel Cormier is a former MMA fighter and now acts as a commentator with the UFC, where he previously held the UFC light heavyweight and heavyweight championships.

8. Matt Hughes

Another veteran, Hughes is a former two-time UFC welterweight champion and the first on this list to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.

7. Miocic Stem

Thirty nine years Miocic is a current UFC fighter and is another former two-time UFC heavyweight champion

6. Demetrius Johnson

The first ONE Championship fighter in this list, Johnson was once famous in the UFC, winning the UFC flyweight championship as the first holder.

5. Jose Aldo

Born in Brazil Jose Aldo competes in the bantamweight division of the UFC and was the first UFC featherweight champion.


4. Khabib Nurmagomedov

Longest serving UFC lightweight champion of all time, Habib retired undefeated after dominating the sport.

3.Anderson Silva

Another record UFC reign saw Anderson Silva holding the UFC middleweight championship for 2,457 days, with 16 consecutive wins between 2006 and 2013. Silva is widely reclassified as one of the greatest of all time.

2. Georges St-Pierre

Another highly rated fighter who narrowly misses the top spot, Georges St-Pierre simultaneously held the UFC welterweight and middleweight titles.



1. Jon Jones

Thirty-four years Jon Jones is still competing in the UFC, but has so far racked up a career that has already seen him as an all-time great.

A two-time UFC light heavyweight champion and the youngest champion in UFC history at just 23 years old, Jones has only one professional loss and is a prominent MMA record holder.


An appropriate name for the first place!

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