All the active UFC fighters by weight divisions, top rankings, female and male UFC fighters with the best analysis, plus betting tips.
UFC Fighters Divisions
As the largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion in the world, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) employs over 600 fighters across 11 divisions. From women’s strawweight (115 lbs.) up to men’s heavyweight (265 lbs.), you can find the best UFC fighters listed on this page.
Before you bet on UFC fighters, keep tabs on this page to get news on the latest UFC roster moves. There are new signings, releases, and fight announcements on a weekly basis. The sportsbook has several UFC fighters’ odds even when there is no event for the week.
Men's Fighters Division
As the first weight division established in the modern UFC, heavyweight has a rich and storied history.
From Randy Couture to Brock Lesnar to Francis Ngannou, the UFC’s biggest stars tend to reside in this division.
Knockouts are the most common in this division and ufc fighters here also tend to be older. Even “old” veterans can have sustained success here.
Women's Fighters Division
The UFC’s second-youngest division is also its shallowest. The promotion does not even have an official rankings given how few the fighters competing in it are.
Cristian “Cyborg” Santos and Amanda Nunes have been the two most notable fighters here.
Tips Before Betting on a UFC Fighter:
Before placing bets on UFC fighters, there are a few things to consider. The first would be to look at their UFC betting odds and recent performances. Some fighters are overestimated while some have seen continued success as underdogs.
Other things to consider are their physical and mental state – did they have a good training camp? Weight cut? Styles, as they say, also make fights.
While the UFC is for MMA, not all fighters are good at everywhere. Analyze what styles fighters excel against and which ones can be used to fade them on the sportsbook.