Werdum Makes Big Move in Rankings

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After his dominant five-round win over Travis Browne last Saturday, Fabricio Werdum put himself in place for a shot at UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, and the media agreed that the Brazilian veteran is the right man for the job, putting him in the number one spot on this week's edition of the UFC Fighter Rankings.

Also movin' on up is unbeaten lightweight sensation Khabib Nurmagomedov, whose victory over Rafael dos Anjos on the same card in Orlando moved him up two spots and into the top five for the first time.

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Saturday, November 28
Seoul, South Korea


Dong Hyun Kim impressed as the co-main event of the UFC's first event in South Korea. Kim, the No. 7-ranked welterweight, has now won six of his last seven fights in the Octagon.
UFC Fight Night at the Olympic Park Gymnastics Arena on November 28, 2015 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Mitch Viquez/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
Benson Henderson emerged victorious via split decision after a five-round, technical bout with Jorge Masvidal at Fight Night Seoul.
Dong Hyun Kim pt Dominic Waters in a crucifix mount early in the first round and later earned a TKO victory in his homeland of South Korea at Fight Night Seoul.