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Urijah Faber Says That The UFC Rankings Do Not Mean Crap

Andrew Ravens

Urijah Faber

Urijah Faber appeared on this past week’s edition of the MMA hour to discuss the UFC’s rankings and how important they are. Check out the highlights down below:

“The thing is, I’ve fought everyone, unless you want to start having me fight the same people. The rankings, they don’t mean crap, to be honest. These are the best fighters in the world and they’ve been invited to the game for a reason, so I take every single guy very, very seriously. I’m 120-percent expecting to win and hopefully walk through a guy, but you never know. Even Caceres, Caceres is ranked No. 12, and he was a tough fight.”

Faber (31-7 MMA, 6-3 UFC) has seven knockouts, 18 submissions and 5 decision victories, he has been knocked out three times in his MMA career. In his last four fights he is 3-1. He beat Scott Jorgensen via rear naked choke at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale on Apr / 13 / 2013. He beat Iuri Alcantara via Unanimous Decision at UFC Fight Night – Shogun vs. Sonnen on Aug / 17 / 2013. He then beat Michael McDonald via Guillotine Choke at UFC on Fox 9 – Johnson vs. Benavidez 2 on Dec / 14 / 2013. In his next fight he lost to Renan Barao via 1st Rd TKO at UFC 169 – Barao vs. Faber 2 on Feb / 01 / 2014. He would then go on to beat Alex Caceres At UFC 175 via submission.

Faber was supposed to fight Masanori Kanehara At UFC Fight Night 52, but Faber had to pull out of that fight and his next one is unknown as of this writing.

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