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Featured General EA Sports UFC 3 Revealed

  1. After a few days of teasing, UFC 3 has finally been fully revealed.

    EA Sports has revealed a decent amount of information and a short but good gameplay trailer. The release date is currently scheduled for February 2nd and the game will be available for PS4 and Xbox One, but there is a special edition which will get you three days early access. This is similar to what we saw with FIFA and the “Champions Edition” is priced around £20 more than the standard. Included in the Champions Edition is early access, 20 premium packs and 1 permanent champion fighter and move.



    "EA SPORTS UFC 3 revolutionizes fighting movement with Real Player Motion Tech, delivering the most authentic athletic motion and visuals in sports gaming. In the new G.O.A.T. Career Mode, your choices outside the Octagon now matter as much as your performance inside the Octagon as you hype fights, create heated rivalries and more on the road to becoming the Greatest of All Time."
     
  2. Some more information:

    EARN YOUR WAY TO THE UFC

    Earn your way to the big show by starting your career in the World Fighting Alliance. Your performance there will determine your path to the UFC. Make an impression when Dana White comes looking for new talent and you'll quickly find yourself in the UFC ranks. Otherwise, more time in the WFA, or a stint on The Ultimate Fighter, might be required to hone your skills.

    Once you sign your first UFC contract, your ability to accomplish the objectives set out for you determines the quality of your next contract. Better contracts means more cash, and more cash lets you unlock better training gyms where you can develop your fighter.

    Choose from 10 unique training gyms, each with its own fighting discipline specialty, roster of real UFC training partners, and unique moves and perks for you to unlock. Gym loyalty can have its rewards, but to truly grow as a fighter, sometimes change is necessary.


    PROMOTE YOUR FIGHTS AND BUILD RIVALRIES

    Balancing your time between training to improve your performance, and promoting to increase your popularity, is integral to your success. Too much time spent growing your fan base can leave you outmatched inside the Octagon and being a gym rat can make you a winning fighter no one cares about. As you progress through your career new promotional opportunities will present themselves, or be thrust upon you as you become a star in the UFC. Every opportunity helps you gain fans and increase Fight Hype for your upcoming bout.

    No matter what stage you're at in your UFC career, there is always someone looking to make their name by taking you out. These rivals will call you out through the new in-game social media system. Your responses affect your popularity and the growing hype for a fight in your future.


    BECOME THE G. O. A. T.

    From your initial fight in the World Fighting Allegiance to your first UFC title bout, your actions both inside and outside the Octagon will shape your career.

    Along your journey to become the greatest of all time, the stories behind the biggest moments in your career are told through new in-game cinematics, including authentic UFC programs like “Bad Blood” and “UFC Minute” hosted by Megan Olivi. Experience the thrill of seeing yourself in your first UFC PPV promo and watch the confrontations at press conferences and weigh-ins between you and your biggest rivals.

    In the new G.O.A.T. Career Mode, each and every choice you make will impact your legacy to become the greatest of all time.

    You can also sign up for the beta - EA SPORTS
     
  3. The EA Sports UFC 3 beta is now officially available to everyone on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

    Those looking forward to giving UFC 3 a go before making a full purchase can try the beta out now through Monday.

    The open beta offers multiple game modes: Fight Now, Online Quick Fight, Practice Mode and UFC Ultimate Team.

    On Monday, December 4 at 11.59pm PT/ December 5 at 2.59am / 7.59am UK the open beta will end.

    EA Sports UFC 3 releases worldwide on February 2 and you can pre-order the Champions Edition now and receive up to three days early access to the full game.

    Doing so will also provide players with the choice of one current or former UFC champion as a Champion Fighter item in UFC Ultimate Team and 20 Premium Packs in Ultimate Team.

    Champion Fighter item choices include: former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, former UFC women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk, UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson or UFC middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre.

    EA Access members receive a 10% discount when they purchase a digital version of EA Sports UFC 3 on Xbox Live.
     
  4. Last year’s game had more than 250 fighters to choose from, so to top that, the UFC 3 roster will have to be something special.

    Fans have combed through the plethora of trailers, gameplay footage, blog posts and screenshots that EA have shared ahead of UFC 3’s release on February 2, 2018, and found more than 100 competitors that’re confirmed to appear in the game.

    Here’s the confirmed UFC 3 roster so far:

    HEAVYWEIGHT

    Stipe Miocic
    The current heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic had to make the UFC 3 roster. Miocic will look to defend his title for the third time at UFC 220, when he takes on Francis Ngannou. He had an overall rating of 89 in UFC 2, so it’ll be interesting to see if it’s gone up since he won the championship.

    Francis Ngannou
    One of UFC 3’s most anticipated debutants, Francis Ngannou is currently ranked as the number one contender by UFC – and with good reason. Odds-on favourite to take the belt from Stipe Miocic after his devastating left-handed KO of Alistair Overeem at UFC 218, Ngannou will no doubt be great fun in UFC 3.
    • Andrei Arlovski
    • Travis Browne
    • Mark Coleman
    • Junior Dos Santos
    • Mark Hunt
    • Tim Johnson
    • Derrick Lewis
    • Antonio Nogueira
    • Alistair Overeem
    • Stefan Struve
    • Fabricio Werdum
    LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

    Daniel Cormier
    Like Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier will also defend his championship at UFC 220, facing the Swiss Volkan Oezdemir. Cormier had a mammoth 94 overall rating in UFC 2, with a clinch rating of 98 – the best in the game.

    Forrest Griffin
    Retired UFC legend Forrest Griffin also makes the UFC 3 roster. After winning The Ultimate Fighter with a fight credited by UFC president Dana White as bringing UFC to a whole new mainstream audience, Griffin went on to win the light heavyweight championship from Rampage Jackson.
    • Misha Cirkunov
    • Alexander Gustafsson
    • Quinton Jackson
    • Jon Jones
    • Chuck Liddell
    • Jimi Manuwa
    • Volkan Oezdemir
    • Ovince Saint Preux
    MIDDLEWEIGHT

    Robert Whittaker
    Since winning an Australian series of The Ultimate Fighter, Robert Whittaker has moved up a weight division, taking the UFC middleweight title in a fight of the night clash with Yoel Romero back at UFC 213. Confirmed as a fighter on the UFC 3 roster, Whittaker was rated 87 overall last time out.

    Anderson Silva
    Another UFC legend confirmed for the UFC 3 roster, Anderson SIlva held the longest title streak in UFC history, successfully defending his middleweight belt a ridiculous 10 times. An accomplished hand-to-hand fighter, Silva had a stand up rating of 94 in UFC 2, with an overall of 90.
    • Michael Bisping
    • Kelvin Gastelum
    • Uriah Hall
    • Dan Henderson
    • Yoel Romero
    • Ronaldo Souza
    • Georges St-Pierre
    • Chris Weidman
    WELTERWEIGHT

    Tyron Woodley
    Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley has defended his title three times, including twice in 2017. Confirmed on the UFC 3 roster, Woodley is a another fighter to take a title since UFC 2 came out, which might mean an improvement on his already strong 89 overall rating could be on the cards.

    CM Punk
    It’s fought one, lost one for former professional wrestler CM Punk, but he still makes the UFC 3 roster. He was the lowest rated fighter at 82 overall in UFC 2, and will probably be the same in UFC 3.
    • Matt Brown
    • Donald Cerrone
    • Carlos Condit
    • Rafael Dos Anjos
    • Mickey Gall
    • Demian Maia
    • Jorge Masvidal
    • Neil Magny
    • Stephen Thompson
    LIGHTWEIGHT

    Conor McGregor
    The notorious, the cover star, Conor McGregor is about the safest pick for confirmed fighters in UFC 3. He may have put UFC on hold while he focused on the richest fight in boxing history, but the southpaw striker remains a massive name in the sport.

    Tony Ferguson
    The current interim lightweight champ, Tony Ferguson is a balanced all-round fighter. Rated 89 for both stand up and ground in UFC 2, Ferguson is a solid choice for a number of playstyles.
    • Eddie Alvarez
    • Edson Barboza
    • Will Brooks
    • Michael Chiesa
    • Beneil Dariush
    • Marc Diakiese
    • Nate Diaz
    • Evan Dunham
    • Paul Felder
    • Al Iaquinta
    • Kevin Lee
    • Khabib Nurmagomedov
    • Anthony Pettis
    • Dustin Poirier
    • Diego Sanchez
    • Abel Trujillo
    FEATHERWEIGHT

    Max Holloway
    Undisputed featherweight title holder Max Holloway took the belt at UFC 206, before winning a unification bout at UFC 212. Now slated to defend his championship for the second time at UFC 222, Holloway had a high overall rating of 90 in UFC 2, with a stand up rating of 92.

    Jose Aldo
    Former featherweight champion Jose Aldo once defended his title seven times, before losing to Conor McGregor. With an incredible overall rating of 93 in UFC 2, Aldo was one of that game’s best fighters.
    • Doo Ho Choi
    • Frankie Edgar
    • Teruto Ishihara
    • Chan Sung Jung
    • Ricardo Lamas
    • Chad Mendes
    • BJ Penn
    • Yair Rodriguez
    • Cub Swanson
    • Jeremy Stephens
    BANTAMWEIGHT

    TJ Dillashaw
    TJ Dillashaw regained the bantamweight championship with a TKO victory over Cody Garbandt at the end of last year. Another excellent all-rounder, Dillashaw is strong on the ground – where he had a rating of 90 in UFC 2 – as well as deadly in hand-to-hand combat.
    • Raphael Assuncao
    • Renan Barao
    • Dominick Cruz
    • Cody Garbrandt
    • Jimmie Rivera
    FLYWEIGHT

    Demetrious Johnson
    The only man to ever hold the UFC flyweight championship, Demetrious Johnson has defended his title 11 times. He flyweight debut ended in a draw, but Johnson hasn’t lost since, turning in performances of the night in his last two bouts.
    • Joseph Benavidez
    • Ray Borg
    • Henry Cejudo
    • Brandon Moreno
    • Sergio Pettis
    • Wilson Reis
    WOMEN’S BANTEMWEIGHT

    Amanda Nunes
    Amanda Nunes defended her bantamweight title first against Ronda Rousey, and then against Valentina Shevchenko in 2017. A good stand up fighter – where her rating was 91 in UFC 2 – Nunes is weaker in clinch, with a relatively poor rating of 78.

    Ronda Rousey
    One of the most famous competitors in women’s UFC, Ronda Rousey defended the bantamweight championship six times before losing to Holly Holm in 2015. She then lost her comeback fight against current champion Amanda Nunes, and although there are currently no plans for her to return to the octagon, her profile means she has to be on the UFC 3 roster.
    • Bethe Correia
    • Cris Cyborg
    • Holly Holm
    • Leslie Smith
    WOMEN’S STRAWWEIGHT

    Rose Namajunas
    Rose Namajunas took the Women’s strawweight championship in one of the biggest upsets the UFC has ever seen, beating Joanna Jędrzejczyk at UFC 217. Namajunas was a strong fighter in UFC 2, with an overall of 90, and a stand up rating of 93.

    Joanna Jedrzejczyk
    Joanna Jedrzejczyk was one of the best stand up fighters in UFC 2 with a rating of 98 – second only to Conor McGregor. Before she lost to Rose Namajunas, Jedrzejczyk defended the strawweight title five times.
    • Joanne Calderwood
    • Cynthia Calvillo
    • Claudia Gadelha
    • Carla Esparza
    • Alexa Grasso
    • Felice Herrig
    • Angela Hill
    • Julianna Lima
    • Maryna Moroz
    • Jessica Penne
    • Tecia Torres
    • Paige VanZant
    • Michelle Waterson
     
  5. Here's an update to the roster and skill points for UFC 3

    Now that EA has revealed the whole UFC 3 roster and ratings, it’s time to jump in and see how this year’s crop of fighters stack up.

    Ahead of UFC 3’s release on February 2, 2018, more than 260 competitors have been confirmed to appear in the game, all with fully updated fighting attributes.

    Some fighters appear in more than one weight division, with modified stats to compensate for the change in weight class.

    Here’s the confirmed UFC 3 roster, with every fighter’s ratings:

    HEAVYWEIGHT

    Stipe Miocic – Striking: 92 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 91 Health: 91
    The current heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic had to make the UFC 3 roster. Miocic defended his title for the third time at UFC 220 with a classy performance against Francis Ngannou. He had an overall rating of 89 in UFC 2, so it’s cool to see that he’s gone up since he won the championship. But that his stats are still notably worse than other fighters in the division is interesting.

    Francis Ngannou – Striking: 93 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    One of UFC 3’s most anticipated debutants, Francis Ngannou was ranked as the number one contender by UFC and odds-on favourite to take the belt from Stipe Miocic after his devastating left-handed KO of Alistair Overeem at UFC 218. The title bout looked like it came a bit early for Ngannou though, whose weakness with grappling is reflected in his decent, but quite average rating of 88.
    • Andrei Arlovski – Striking: 89 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 89 Health: 85
    • Travis Browne – Striking: 87 Grappling: 83 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Mark Coleman – Striking: 86 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Daniel Cormier – Striking: 87 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 93 Health: 91
    • Junior Dos Santos – Striking: 92 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 90 Health: 91
    • Todd Duffee – Striking: 85 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Mark Hunt – Striking: 91 Grappling: 83 Stamina: 88 Health: 93
    • Tim Johnson – Striking: 84 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Derrick Lewis – Striking: 90 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Ruslan Magomedov – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Antonio Nogueira – Striking: 85 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Aleski Oleinik – Striking: 86 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Alistair Overeem – Striking: 93 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 90 Health: 90
    • Ben Rothwell – Striking: 89 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Stefan Struve – Striking: 87 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 90 Health: 87
    • Cain Velasquez Striking: 88 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 93 Health: 90
    • Alexander Volkov Striking: 90 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 90 Health: 89
    • Fabricio Werdum – Striking: 89 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 93 Health: 91
    LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

    Daniel Cormier – Striking: 88 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 93 Health: 92
    Like Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier will also defended his championship at UFC 220, facing the Swiss Volkan Oezdemir. Cormier had a mammoth 94 overall rating in UFC 2, which has slipped a bit because of his striking, but his grappling is still exceptionally strong.

    Forrest Griffin – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 90 Health: 86
    Retired UFC legend Forrest Griffin also makes the UFC 3 roster. After winning The Ultimate Fighter with a fight credited by UFC president Dana White as bringing UFC to a whole new mainstream audience, Griffin went on to win the light heavyweight championship from Rampage Jackson.
    • Corey Anderson – Striking: 87 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 87
    • Vitor Belfort – Striking: 90 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 89
    • Michael Bisping – Striking: 88 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 91 Health:89
    • Jan Blachowicz – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Misha Cirkunov – Striking: 85 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Patrick Cummins – Striking: 83 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 84
    • CB Dollaway – Striking: 83 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 87 Health: 83
    • Rashad Evans – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Alexander Gustafsson – Striking: 92 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 92 Health: 91
    • Dan Henderson – Striking: 88 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Rampage Jackson – Striking: 89 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 86 Health: 89
    • Anthony Johnson – Striking: 94 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 92
    • Jon Jones- Striking:92 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 91 Health:91
    • Ilir Latifi – Striking:87 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 89 Health: 87
    • Lyoto Machida – Striking: 89 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Jimi Manuwa – Striking: 91 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Minotauro Nogueira – Striking: 87 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Volkan Oezdemir – Striking: 91 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Shogun Rua – Striking: 90 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 89
    • Ovince Saint-Preux – Striking: 88 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 87 Health: 89
    • Anderson Silva – Striking: 92 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Glover Teixeira – Striking: 91 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 90 Health: 91
    • Gian Villante – Striking: 85 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    MIDDLEWEIGHT

    Robert Whittaker – Striking: 92 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 91 Health: 91
    Since winning an Australian series of The Ultimate Fighter, Robert Whittaker has moved up a weight division, taking the UFC middleweight title in a fight of the night clash with Yoel Romero back at UFC 213. Confirmed as a fighter on the UFC 3 roster, Whittaker was rated 87 overall last time out.

    Anderson Silva – Striking: 92 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    Another UFC legend confirmed for the UFC 3 roster, Anderson SIlva held the longest title streak in UFC history, successfully defending his middleweight belt a ridiculous 10 times. An accomplished hand-to-hand fighter, Silva had a stand up rating of 94 in UFC 2, with an overall of 90.
    • Sam Alvey – Striking: 85 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Vitor Belfort – Striking: 91 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Michael Bisping – Striking: Grappling: 90 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • Tim Boetsch – Striking: 87 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Derek Brunson – Striking: 89 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Nick Diaz – Striking: 87 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • Rashad Evans – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • Cezar Ferreira – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Kelvin Gastelum – Striking: 88 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Royce Gracie – Striking: 84 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Uriah Hall – Striking: 91 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Dan Henderson – Striking: 88 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Johnny Hendricks – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • Krzysztof Jotko – Striking: 87 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Daniel Kelly – Striking: 83 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Robbie Lawler – Striking: 90 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 90 Health: 88
    • Thales Leites – Striking: 84 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 89 Health: 86
    • Lyoto Machida – Striking: 89 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Demian Maia – Striking: 84 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Nate Marquardt – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • Luke Rockhold – Striking: 91 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    • Yoel Romero – Striking: 91 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 91 Health: 88
    • Jacare Souza – Striking: 89 Grappling: 95 Stamina: 91 Health: 89
    • George St-Pierre – Striking: 91 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 89 Health: 92
    • Brad Tavares – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 89
    • Elias Theodorou – Striking: 83 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Chris Weidman – Striking: 90 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 90 Health: 90
    WELTERWEIGHT

    Tyron Woodley – Striking: 90 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 89 Health: 91
    Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley has defended his title three times, including twice in 2017. Confirmed on the UFC 3 roster, Woodley is a another fighter to take a title since UFC 2 came out, which has seen him improve on an already strong 89 overall rating.

    CM Punk – Striking: 82 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 85 Health: 83
    It’s fought one, lost one for former professional wrestler CM Punk, but he still makes the UFC 3 roster. He was the lowest rated fighter at 82 overall in UFC 2, and it’s the same in UFC 3.
    • Omari Akhmedov – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Thiago Alves – Striking: 87 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Tom Breese – Striking: 86 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Matt Brown – Striking: 88 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Donald Cerrone – Striking: 89 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 85
    • Carlos Condit – Striking: 90 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 90 Health: 88
    • Nate Diaz – Striking: 88 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 92 Health: 87
    • Nick Diaz – Striking: 89 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 92 Health: 89
    • Rafael Dos Anjos – Striking: 89 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 90 Health: 89
    • Leon Edwards – Striking: 86 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Jake Ellenberger – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 84
    • Mickey Gall – Striking: 84 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Kelvin Gastelum – Striking: 88 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Royce Gracie – Striking: 84 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Johnny Hendricks – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 84 Health: 85
    • Matt Hughes – Striking: 84 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 90 Health: 87
    • Alan Jouban – Striking: 86 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Dong Hyun Kim – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Pascal Krauss – Striking: 84 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Ryan LaFlare – Striking: 83 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Robbie Lawler – Striking: 92 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    • Bruce Lee – Striking: 92 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Hyun Gyu Lim – Striking: 86 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • Hector Lombard – Striking: 87 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 84 Health: 85
    • Neil Magny – Striking: 87 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 91 Health: 88
    • Demian Maia – Striking: 86 Grappling: 95 Stamina: 88 Health: 92
    • Jorge Masvidal – Striking: 90 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    • Conor McGregor – Striking: 93 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • Tim Means – Striking: 87 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Jordan Mein – Striking: 89 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 84
    • Gunnar Nelson – Striking: 88 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 86
    • Alex Oliveira – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • BJ Penn – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 84 Health: 84
    • Santiago Ponzinibbio – Striking: 89 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Mike Pyle – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 84
    • Tarec Saffiedine – Striking: 86 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Ben Saunders – Striking: 85 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Erick Silva – Striking: 88 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 85 Health: 84
    • George St-Pierre – Striking: 91 Grappling: 94 Stamina: 92 Health: 89
    • Stephen Thompson – Striking: 95 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 91 Health: 92
    • Kamaru Usman – Striking: 88 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 90 Health: 90
    LIGHTWEIGHT

    Conor McGregor – Striking: 95 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 95
    The notorious, the cover star, Conor McGregor is about the safest pick for confirmed fighters in UFC 3. He may have put UFC on hold while he focused on the richest fight in boxing history, but the southpaw striker remains a massive name in the sport.

    Tony Ferguson – Striking: 90 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 93 Health: 92
    The current interim lightweight champ, Tony Ferguson is a balanced all-round fighter. Rated 89 for both stand up and ground in UFC 2, and now even higher in UFC 3, Ferguson is a solid choice for a number of playstyles.
    • Bruce Lee – Striking: 92 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Eddie Alvarez – Striking: 89 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 94 Health: 90
    • Olivier Aubin-Mercier – Striking: 82 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 85 Health: 87
    • Edson Barboza – Striking: 94 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    • Will Brooks – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 85
    • Gilbert Burns – Striking: 83 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Donald Cerrone – Striking: 90 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 86
    • Michael Chiesa – Striking: 86 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 91 Health: 88
    • Beneil Dariush – Striking: 87 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 87
    • Marc Diakiese – Striking: 88 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Nate Diaz – Striking: 90 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 94 Health: 90
    • Rafael Dos Anjos – Striking: 89 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 90 Health: 89
    • Joe Duffy – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Evan Dunham – Striking: 86 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Frankie Edgar – Striking: 88 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 92 Health: 89
    • Paul Felder – Striking: 88 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Bobby Green – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Clay Guida – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 88 Health: 85
    • Al Iaquinta – Striking: 98 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 90
    • Michael Johnson – Striking: 89 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Chan Sung Jung – Striking: 86 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Rustam Khabilov – Striking: 84 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Chad Laprise – Striking: 87 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Joe Lauzon – Striking: 85 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 86
    • Kevin Lee – Striking: 87 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Nik Lentz – Striking: 84 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Jake Matthews – Striking: 83 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Yancy Medeiros – Striking: 86 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 84
    • Gilbert Melendez – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 90
    • Jim Miller – Striking: 85 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 85 Health: 87
    • Sage Northcutt – Striking: 88 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Khabib Nurmagomedov – Striking: 87 Grappling: 95 Stamina: 93 Health: 90
    • Ross Pearson – Striking: 86 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • BJ Penn – Striking: 85 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 84 Health: 84
    • Anthony Pettis – Striking: 91 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Dustin Poirier – Striking: 90 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Diego Sanchez – Striking: 83 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Leonardo Santos – Striking: 84 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 86 Health: 88
    • Abel Trujilo – Striking: 84 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • James Vick – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    FEATHERWEIGHT

    Max Holloway – Striking: 93 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 91 Health: 93
    Undisputed featherweight title holder Max Holloway took the belt at UFC 206, before winning a unification bout at UFC 212. Now slated to defend his championship for the second time at UFC 222, Holloway had a high overall rating of 90 in UFC 2 with a stand up rating of 92, which has increased this time around to 93.

    Jose Aldo – Striking: 92 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 90
    Former featherweight champion Jose Aldo once defended his title seven times, before losing to Conor McGregor. With an incredible overall rating of 93 in UFC 2, Aldo was one of that game’s best fighters, but has seen his stats slip a little in UFC 3.
    • Bruce Lee – Striking: 94 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 92 Health: 91
    • Max Holloway – Striking: 93 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 91 Health: 93
    • Jose Aldo – Striking: 92 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 90
    • Arnold Allen – Striking: 85 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 88
    • Makwan Amirkhani – Striking: 83 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 87
    • Renan Barao – Striking: 89 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Mirsad Bektic – Striking: 86 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Dennis Bermudez – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Alex Caceres – Striking: 87 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • Dooho Choi – Striking: 90 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Frankie Edgar – Striking: 89 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 94 Health: 94
    • Darren Elkins – Striking: 84 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Clay Guida – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Dan Hooker – Striking: 85 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Teruto Ishihara – Striking: 86 Grappling: 83 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Chan Sung Jung – Striking: 87 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Myles Jury – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Ricardo Lamas – Striking: 90 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 89 Health: 86
    • Gray Maynard – Striking: 85 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 85 Health: 85
    • Conor McGregor – Striking: 95 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 89 Health: 93
    • Chad Mendes – Striking: 89 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 88 Health: 87
    • Charles Oliveira – Striking: 85 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 85 Health: 84
    • Brian Ortega – Striking: 87 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 90
    • BJ Penn – Striking: 85 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 84 Health: 84
    • Yair Rodriguez – Striking: 91 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 89 Health: 87
    • Jeremy Stephens – Striking: 90 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 89
    • Cub Swanson – Striking: 91 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    BANTAMWEIGHT

    TJ Dillashaw – Striking: 94 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    TJ Dillashaw regained the bantamweight championship with a TKO victory over Cody Garbandt at the end of last year. Another excellent all-rounder, Dillashaw is strong on the ground – where he had a rating of 90 in UFC 2 – as well as deadly in hand-to-hand combat.
    • Iuri Alcantara – Striking: 85 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Thomas Almeida – Striking: 89 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Raphael Assuncao – Striking: 88 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Bryan Carraway – Striking: 85 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 90 Health: 88
    • Dominick Cruz – Striking: 93 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 93 Health: 91
    • John Dodson – Striking: 90 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Johnny Eduardo – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 86
    • Urijah Faber – Striking: 87 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 91 Health: 89
    • Mitch Gagnon – Striking: 83 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Cody Garbrandt – Striking: 94 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 91 Health: 90
    • Chris Holdsworth – Striking: 82 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Demetrious Johnson – Striking: 92 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 93 Health: 90
    • John Lineker – Striking: 89 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 92
    • Marlon Moraes – Striking: 88 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 90 Health: 89
    • Jimmie Rivera – Striking: 90 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 91 Health: 93
    • Frankie Saenz – Striking: 84 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Joe Soto – Striking: 83 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 84
    • Aljamain Sterling – Striking: 88 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 88 Health: 88
    • Eddie Wineland – Striking: 88 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 86
    • Bruce Lee – Striking: 94 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 92 Health: 91
    FLYWEIGHT

    Demetrious Johnson – Striking: 94 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 91 Health: 96
    The only man to ever hold the UFC flyweight championship, Demetrious Johnson has defended his title 11 times. He flyweight debut ended in a draw, but Johnson hasn’t lost since, turning in performances of the night in his last two bouts.
    • Ray Borg – Striking: 88 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 91 Health: 92
    • Joseph Benavidez – Striking: 91 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 90 Health: 91
    • Henry Cejudo – Striking: 90 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • John Dodson – Striking: 90 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 89 Health: 88
    • Tim Elliott – Striking: 88 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 90
    • Jussier Formiga – Striking: 85 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 86 Health: 91
    • John Moraga – Striking: 87 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • Brandon Moreno – Striking: 85 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • Ben Nguyen – Striking: 89 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 90
    • Dustin Ortiz – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Sergio Pettis – Striking: 90 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 88 Health: 91
    • Wilson Reis – Striking: 86 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 86 Health: 91
    • Justin Scoggins – Striking: 84 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Louis Smolka – Striking: 86 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 88 Health: 86
    WOMEN’S BANTAMWEIGHT

    Amanda Nunes – Striking: 93 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 89 Health: 93
    Amanda Nunes defended her bantamweight title first against Ronda Rousey, and then against Valentina Shevchenko in 2017. A good stand up fighter – where her rating has improved from 91 in UFC 2 – Nunes has upped her game across the board, which is reflected in her strong stats.

    Ronda Rousey – Striking: 84 Grappling: 94 Stamina: 88 Health: 87
    One of the most famous competitors in women’s UFC, Ronda Rousey defended the bantamweight championship six times before losing to Holly Holm in 2015. She then lost her comeback fight against current champion Amanda Nunes, and although there are currently no plans for her to return to the octagon, her profile means she has to be on the UFC 3 roster.
    • Liz Carmouche – Striking: 85 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Bethe Correia – Striking: 87 Grappling: 83 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Cris Cyborg – Striking: 92 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 89 Health: 92
    • Alexis Davis – Striking: 86 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 85
    • Germaine de Randamie – Striking: 92 Grappling: 83 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Ashlee Evans-Smith – Striking: 84 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Jessica Eye – Striking: 84 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 86 Health: 86
    • Holly Holm – Striking: 92 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 91 Health: 94
    • Sara McMann – Striking: 85 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 90 Health: 89
    • Lauren Murphy – Striking: 85 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 85 Health: 86
    • Julianna Pena – Striking: 86 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Raquel Pennington – Striking: 86 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 89 Health: 90
    • Marion Reneau – Striking: 86 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 85 Health: 87
    • Valentina Shevchenko – Striking: 91 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 91 Health: 92
    • Leslie Smith – Striking: 86 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Miesha Tate – Striking: 87 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 90 Health: 88
    • Cat Zingano – Striking: 87 Grappling: 89 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    WOMEN’S STRAWWEIGHT

    Rose Namajunas – Striking: 90 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 90 Health: 92
    Rose Namajunas took the Women’s strawweight championship in one of the biggest upsets the UFC has ever seen, beating Joanna Jędrzejczyk at UFC 217. Namajunas was a strong fighter in UFC 2, with an overall of 90, and a stand up rating of 93.

    Joanna Jedrzejczyk – Striking: 94 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 94 Health: 90
    Joanna Jedrzejczyk was one of the best stand up fighters in UFC 2 with a rating of 98 – second only to Conor McGregor. Before she lost to Rose Namajunas, Jedrzejczyk defended the strawweight title five times.
    • Jessica Aguilar – Striking: 85 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Alexandra Albu – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Jessica Andrade – Striking: 89 Grappling: 93 Stamina: 91 Health: 92
    • Joanne Calderwood – Striking: 87 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Cynthia Calvillo – Striking: 86 Grappling: 91 Stamina: 88 Health: 89
    • Alex Chambers – Striking: 84 Grappling: 86 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Kailin Curran – Striking: 85 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 85
    • Carla Esparza – Striking: 86 Grappling: 92 Stamina: 89 Health: 87
    • Claudia Gadelha – Striking: 89 Grappling: 94 Stamina: 89 Health: 93
    • Alexa Grasso – Striking: 86 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 87 Health: 89
    • Felice Herrig – Striking: 85 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 89 Health: 89
    • Angela Hill – Striking: 89 Grappling: 85 Stamina: 89 Health: 90
    • Karolina Kowalkiewicz – Striking: 93 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 92 Health: 94
    • Julianna Lima – Striking: 85 Grappling: 84 Stamina: 86 Health: 87
    • Randa Markos – Striking: 86 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 86 Health: 88
    • Maryna Moroz – Striking: 85 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 87
    • Jessica Penne – Striking: 83 Grappling: 88 Stamina: 88 Health: 84
    • Bec Rawlings – Striking: 84 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 86 Health: 85
    • Tecia Torres – Striking: 86 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 90 Health: 89
    • Paige VanZant – Striking: 86 Grappling: 87 Stamina: 87 Health: 87
    • Michelle Waterson – Striking: 89 Grappling: 90 Stamina: 88 Health: 86
     
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