TJ Dillashaw scored a major upset over Renan Barao at UFC 173 and while he sits atop of the Bantamweight division, where does he sit on the pound-for-pound rankings in the UFC?
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 all-time UFC history.
He beat down Barao for four rounds before putting the Brazilian out of his misery with a TKO 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 ragdolling 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.