January 26th, 2012

Top MMA News introduced the Power 25 in 2012 to showcase the best Canadian fighters that are not signed by Zuffa.  This ranking system does not consider weight class and only considers the potential, the wins, and the record of each MMA fighter in Canada. The Power 25 will be updated every month.  The next update […]

January 19th, 2012

Top MMA News is proud to introduce a new monthly feature – The Top MMA News Power 25 ! We hope this list stirs discussion, debate, and provides recognition to the Canadian fighters we all support. With a higher priority on the most recent fights, these are the top 25 fighters from Canada outside of […]

January 10th, 2012

Over the past two years, the majority of the fighters on this list have fought in the world’s premier organization. More recently, this division has faced lean times as only two fighters remain with the UFC and many of these Middleweights have received losses in their last fights. Times are not entirely bleak for the […]

December 30th, 2011

Wow. The #1 Canadian Light-Heavyweight has finally made the UFC and it only took SIXTEEN consecutive wins to get there. At the same time, the #2 Canadian Light-Heavyweight, who is in the UFC, is considering retirement after due to repeated injuries.  Lastly, a new Light-Heavyweight enters the list who sounds like he will get a […]

December 20th, 2011

It has been a while since we looked at the Top 10 Lightweights and a lot has happened since that time.  A couple of big names have dropped down to Lightweight and have really shaken things up. Top 10 Canadian Lightweight Rankings 1. Mark Bocek (10-4) – Previous Rank (1) –  Ontario’s Bocek took home a […]

November 3rd, 2011

Sometimes rankings can be hard trying to scour up a fighter to rank 9th or 10th in a thin Canadian division. Other times, a division is just so deep that it is very hard to rank. This is the case with the Canadian Bantamweights.  These Bantamweight rankings have been the hardest rankings ever. Consider the […]

October 14th, 2011

Canada’s Welterweight division has easily become the most competitive when it comes to world competition.  Even if one disregards the domination by Georges St-Pierre, the number one 170 in the world, Canada still has Claude Patrick, Jordan Mein, and Rory MacDonald who have beaten a who’s who of 170ers. What is also exciting is how […]

September 27th, 2011

After Mark Hominick and Antonio Carvalho, the Canadian Featherweight division is wide open. No other division is in flux as much as the 145ers due to fighters becoming inactive. On top of this, more will be leaving these rankings in the near future as Yves Jabouin and Mitch Gagnon have dropped down to 135, just […]

September 2nd, 2011

With a couple of losses since the last rankings, Denis Kang was unseated as the number one Middleweight.  Taking the spot with his second UFC win is the unbeaten Nick Ring. Elsewhere on the rankings, there is quite a lot of movement.  Kalib Starnes retired which left a hole – a hole that was filled […]

July 28th, 2011

Not much happened in the Canadian Light-Heavyweight division in terms of rankings in the pas six months. There is no change at the number one spot as current #1 Ryan Jimmo defeated Dwayne Lewis and blown up Middleweight Zak Cummings, while the Jimmo’s challenger, the UFC’s Krzysztof Soszyinski, beat up blown up Middleweight Mike Massenzio. The […]

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