If you’ve ever seen an MMA fight in your local gym, you’ll know how much of a buzz this new sport is creating.
A quick look at the ratings and rankings of some of the top MMA fights will tell you just how exciting this new genre of sports is to watch.
But what about the fighters?
Are they getting the best training, nutrition and health care?
Do they have the best cardio?
Or are they just the worst?
And what about their opponents?
How do they react to them, how do they respond to being in the spotlight?
We’ve compiled a list of the best and worst fighters in the sport to get a better idea of what it’s like to fight.
Check out our picks for the top fighters, and then let us know which one you think has the best fighting style.
Check this out: The best fighters in UFC history 1.
Conor McGregor vs. Michael Bisping UFC 200 was supposed to be the culmination of a year that would see McGregor win the featherweight title.
But that dream ended when he tore his ACL during a training session.
He went on to lose to Anderson Silva in the title fight, which was later vacated.
McGregor then fought Bispard in the main event, which he lost by submission to then-champion Jose Aldo.
This loss put the UFC in the position it is today: It’s the most financially successful in history.
McGregor’s contract with the UFC is set to expire after this fight, and he hasn’t been able to find a new one.
But there’s no doubt he’ll be a big part of the UFC’s future.
The UFC made it clear in 2016 that they want McGregor back in the mix, and they are willing to pay a huge amount of money to make sure he stays at the top.
The company has said it will pay at least $100 million to McGregor’s next opponent.
But the reality is McGregor is currently making $9.7 million per fight.
If McGregor’s deal with the organization is not renewed, he will be out of the game.
The UFC’s top fighter, Chris Weidman, is a much better fighter than McGregor.
He has made $14 million in the UFC, which is more than $3 million more than McGregor has made over his entire career.
Weidman has won nine of his 11 UFC fights.
He’s also made the cut for the WEC, the heavyweight division that McGregor is in.
He also made headlines when he beat Nick Diaz in the WSOF, the lightweight division.
McGregor, though, has a chance to be one of the biggest stars in the heavyweight class, if he can keep his health up.
He is scheduled to fight on November 4th at UFC 200 in Las Vegas.
If he can continue to fight in his best shape, that’s a great place to be.2.
Georges St-Pierre vs. Anthony Pettis UFC 200 marked the end of a three-fight winning streak for Pettis.
It also marked the beginning of the end for St-Peters career, as he announced that he would retire.
St-Patrick was supposed be the next to make a big statement in the lightweight ranks, and the fight went off as planned.
Pettis came out firing.
He scored a takedown on St-Potts, who was unable to pull his head away from the cage, and St-Patricks legs were completely trapped on the cage.
The fight was stopped in the third round, with Pettis scoring the first takedown of his career.
He won the fight by split decision, but St-Starrs career has taken a drastic turn.
He had a torn labrum and has missed the last three months of training camp.3.
Anderson Silva vs. John Dodson UFC 199 marked the first time in UFC heavyweight history that a champion would take on a former champion in a main event.
Silva was supposed have defeated Dodson, the former UFC light heavyweight champion.
Instead, the bout was stopped due to injury.
Silva fought Dodson in his debut, but the fight was cancelled.
He made his return to the UFC after winning the Strikeforce title against Dustin Poirier, but he had to fight Dodson again due to a knee injury.
Dodson took the next two fights, defeating Silva again, and was the next champion.
Silva has been the main draw of UFC 205 since, but this time, he had a back injury.
This fight was supposed turn into a three round fight.
It ended in a split decision.4.
Daniel Cormier vs. Patrick Cummins Cormier and Cummins have been the two most dominant champions in UFC light heavyweights history.
Cormier has won the UFC light-heavyweight championship six times, and is considered one of, if not the greatest, light-weight champion of all time.
Cummins has won five titles, including four consecutive championships.
Both Cormier, who is now in his fourth season