Top 10 Greatest MMA Welterweight Fighters Of All TimeHonoring mixed martial art's greatest welterweight fighters.
He is hands down the best welterweight, period. His only losses came to Matt Hughes, who only beat him because St. Pierre got caught by submission. Until then, he dominated the whole fight, and he dominated Hughes in the entire rematch. Even after his second loss to Matt Serra, he crushed him in the rematch and got his belt back. Since then, he's been perfect.
Beat the best competition for years, and then comes off a super long layoff to finish the champion of a weight class above where he fought for all those years. Easily the best.
Closest man to Anderson Silva in regards to the title of greatest fighter of all time. Easily the best welterweight ever.
He beat the past, the present, and the future during his run in the UFC. 10/10. Top 3 greatest of all time - regardless of weight class.
This guy is a real fighter. GSP is more of an athlete and leg humper. The ruthless one is just a savage. He also has that old-school mentality. He will fight anybody, anywhere, anytime. He is not afraid to engage in a brawl, and every fighter knows that they're in for a long night when they're going against Robbie. I also think Nick Diaz and Carlos Condit are not too far behind. Those guys are beasts too.
Should be #1. Down to make a fight as ugly as possible to win. A true warrior in the cage.
Best ever! Knockout machine.
Always brings it when he fights. Never boring. Most entertaining fighter I've ever witnessed. His ability to throw combinations at varying speeds and power with great accuracy is second to none in the MMA welterweight division. Possibly the best we've ever seen.
Should be higher than Jon Fitch, Diego Sanchez, Sean "the steroid head" Sherk, and Anderson Silva is not a welterweight, dumbass.
Anderson is not a welterweight, and Diaz should be higher on this list.
Diaz is easily in the top 3 welterweights ever.
A fighter to watch. The best chin I've ever seen.
Sean Sherk's real weakness is the fact that he has to take steroids.
He is definitely the best welterweight, excluding GSP. But he can be better than GSP, given the right push and the right time.
Josh is my favorite. He used to be known mostly for wrestling. Then, when he started to slam people and hit them like crazy, he became my favorite UFC fighter of all time. He's no joke.
Royce was originally open weight in his prime.
McGregor is a living legend. If you could watch Bruce Lee fight again, you would give anything to see it. But no worries, as we have someone more talented than ever before. Even the boxing world is trying to get him over to fight Floyd Mayweather, but after seeing him win two championships in New York, Floyd seems like he is scared to fight him now.
McGregor will be on top in a year or two.