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Jon Jones Tops UFC Betting Pound for Pound Rankings

October 15th, 2019 Online Wagering, UFC

Above all Jon Jones has emerged as a popular UFC betting pick any time he fights. Jones has climbed to the top of the UFC pound for pound rankings. The Light heavyweight champion has hit his prime and is trusted by gamblers. Lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has never lost a fight and is the second-ranked pound for pound fighter. Following him are Henry Cejudo, Stipe Miocic, and Amanda Nunes. Daniel Cormier, Max Holloway, Isreal Adesanya, Kamaru Usman, and Tony Ferguson complete the top ten.

Jon Jones

First in the pound for pound rankings is 32-year-old Jon Jones of Ithaca, New York. Jones is the current and two-time defending undisputed UFC light heavyweight champion. “Bones” has a career record of 25 wins and one loss. Of his 25 wins a total of 10 were by knockout, six by submission, and 9 by decision. His only loss was by disqualification. The last time out for Jones was on July 6, 2019, when he scored a split decision win over Thiago Santos. Initially, Bones won the UFC light heavyweight title in March of 2011.

Khabib Nurmagomedov

Namely lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is one of the most popular picks on any online wagering board. It starts with a career record of 28-0 and the second-ranked pound for pound ranking. Specifically, Nurmagomedov has eight knockouts, 10 submissions, and 10 decision wins. “The Eagle” is 31 years old and a native of Russia. Nurmagomedov is coming off a submission win over Dustin Poirier on September 8, 2019. To be exact the win came in the third round and was for the UFC Lightweight championship. Nurmagomedov won the title belt in April of 2018.

Henry Cejudo

Bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo is ranked third in the UFC pound for pound rankings. Accordingly, he is the bantamweight and flyweight champion. Cejudo has a UFC betting record of 15-2. Fashion that he is 32 years old and fights out of Phoenix, Arizona. Cejudo has won his last five fights. In turn, he is coming off a technical knockout win over Marion Morale on June 8, 2019. At stake was the UFC bantamweight title. Prior to that on January 19, 2019, Cejudo beat TJ Dillashaw by technical knockout to win the flyweight title.

Stipe Miocic

Consider that Stipe Miocic lost to Daniel Cormier by knockout on July 7, 2018. Miocic won the rematch by technical knockout on August 17, 2019, to reclaim his UFC heavyweight championship. Miocic first won the heavyweight title on May 4, 2016. Overall, he has a career record of 19-3. Miocic is the fourth-ranked pound for pound fighter in UFC. Despite the fact that he is 37 years of age. Miocic is a native of Ohio where he fights out of Euclid.

Amanda Nunes

Fifth in the pound for pound UFC rankings and first among women is Amanda Nunes. Concurrently she is the champion of the featherweight and bantamweight women’s divisions. Nunes is 31 years old and a native of Brazil. Also, she fights out of there from Salvador. Nunes has a career record of 18-4 for her career. Most important of all she has not lost a fight since September of 2014. In like manner, Nunes is coming off a technical knockout win over Holly Holm on July 6, 2019. Moreover, she defending the bantamweight title belt with the win.

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