UFC 238 was nice with a few fighters, and he saw a lot of new talent in a few divisions. He also saw another champ champ in Henry Cejudo. The champ flyweight added its collection by claiming a bantamweight title, stopping Marlon Moraes in the third round. But despite his claims as “Triple C” and as the best pound fighter on the planet, Cejudo did not move at all in the P4P ratings. It remains the third best place in the world, at least now.
Meanwhile, Calvin Kattar and Petr Yan announced their full presence with stunning performances, and Shevchenko sent up the P4P list with a cutting-edge reel kick.
Here is a look at all the official changes coming from UFC 238.
P4P – As mentioned, Cejudo remains at number three behind Jon Jones and Khabib Nurmagomedov. Valentina Shevchenko is up to 13, hitting Tyron Woodley to 14.
Heavyweight – Blagoy Ivanov has two spots up to 11 after hitting Tai Tuivasa. Tuivasa falls 1 to 12, and Marcin Tybura comes from 1 to 13.
Heavy Weight Lights – Nikita Krylov returns to the ratings at 14.
Average Weight – No change.
Weight-weight – No change.
Lightweight – Kevin Lee and Anthony Pettis are smearing the spot eight and nine at 155, despite the fact that both of them were fighting at 170 and seem to be in the near future.
Weight-weight – Kattar is very large after Ricardo Lamas block is laid. It spots up from 15 to 9. Mirsad Bektic is down 1-1. Three lambs fall with a tie for the 13th. Darren Elkins falls from 1 to 15.
Bantamweight – UFC recreated the division 238. Aljamain Sterling moves up to the second place after a very nice victory over Pedro Munhoz. Raphael Assuncao fell 1-3. Petr Yan's great victory on Jimmie Rivera saw five spot up to four. Five fighters – Munhoz, Dominick Cruz, Cody Garbrandt, Rivera, and Cory Sandhagen – fell as a result. They sit at five three nine respectively.
Flyweight – No change.
Bantamweight Women's – No change.
Women's Flyweight – No change.
Women's Straw Weight – Cynthia Calvillo moved up to one to ten. So far UFC Alexa Grasso performance moves up two spots to 11.