TJ Dillashaw scored a major upset over Renan Barao at UFC 173 and while he sits atop the Bantamweight division, where does he sit on the pound-for-pound rankings?
The American's dominating performance of Barao was one that will go down in the history books as one of the most unexpected wins in UFC history.
He beat down Barao for four rounds before putting the Brazilian out of his misery with a technical knock out victory. It ended a near decade long winning streak for Barao and puts him amongst the hive of contenders for the title.
There was also Daniel Cormier rag-dolling Dan Henderson in a light heavyweight bout that has serious title implications and Robbie Lawler smashing Jake Ellenberger around as he looks for another title shot.
With that said, let's take a look at all the divisions and any changes in the ranks.
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