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    Default UK MA Rankings - December 2012

    Update ahead of CWFC 51 tonight (which will go in the next update):

    http://www.yourmma.tv/news/details.a...ember-2012.htm

    Huge start to the month with CWFC, Cage Contender Fight Stars, BAMMA, UCMMA etc.

    Lots of movement, and I expect more changes tonight!

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    "The UK's Lyoto Machida - Hit and Run, Baby" widge milward's Avatar
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    Jay, looks as if you have Wilky in twice?


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    16. Daniel Thomas
    17. Mike Wilkinson
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    Quote Originally Posted by widge milward View Post
    Jay, looks as if you have Wilky in twice?
    That's how good he is......And Ashley Beaumont, is his record really 2-0 and he's in there? Or have I gotten the wrong dude!!!

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    Owen Roddy is also in both the Featherweight rankings and the Bantam
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    How can Che Mills be above Jimmy Wallhead when Jimmy beat him?

    Hardy at number 1 these days is questionable to. I think Hathaway could beat him and Daley not that they would fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by widge milward View Post
    Jay, looks as if you have Wilky in twice?
    Typos fixed guys, my apologies.

    Re: Wallhead, it's over three years since he beat Che (with a close decision) and although he's gone on to put some good wins together, the panel believe Che's resume since has had a slight advantage. He's taken some decent names and put in some great performances. Very close, not much between them.

    Re: Beaumont, he knocked out the previously un-knockoutable Piotr Ptasinski which isn't databased. Even the likes of Mohsen Bahari couldn't do that. That was a huge win for him.

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