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Ryan Bader made history this past Saturday night – but how far did it catapult him up the most important rankings list in the sport?
Bader (27-5 MMA, 5-0 BMMA) needed just 35 seconds to knock out Russian legend Fedor Emelianenko (38-6 MMA, 2-2 BMMA) to win the heavyweight title in the Bellator 214 main event. That made him the second two-division champion in Bellator history – but the first to hold two titles at the same time.
Now Bader has the big-man title to think about, along with the light heavyweight belt.
Heading into Bellator 214, Bader was No. 13 on our pound-for-pound list – the only Bellator fighter in our Top 18. But just how far did he climb in the new rankings by becoming a two-division titleholder?
Find out in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA pound-for-pound rankings. Check out the new look of that list, as well as the other divisions impacted by this past weekend’s event.
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