Ever wondered which country has produced the most champions and high level fighters in the UFC? America is the obvious answer, but how many? And who comes in second? Brazil? Russia? Canada? UK? TLDR? America by a fucking landslide. Current Top 15 Fighters: Heavyweight: America: 5 Brazil: 2 Russia: 3 Light-Heavyweight: America: 6 Brazil: 2 Russia: 1 Middleweight: America: 7 Brazil: 5 Russia: Welterweight: America: 8 Brazil: 4 Russia: Lightweight: America: 12 Brazil: 1 Russia: 1 Featherweight: America: 10 Brazil: 1 Russia: 1 Bantamweight: America: 10 Brazil: 5 Russia: Flyweight: America: 8 Brazil: 5 Russia: 1 Women's Featherweight: America: Brazil: 1 Russia: Women's Bantamweight: America: 9 Brazil: 3 Russia: Women's Strawweight: America: 8 Brazil: 2 Russia: Current Champions: America: 7 Brazil: 2 Russia: 1 Former Champions: America: 44 Brazil: 10 Russia: 0 Legends of the sport: America: Jon Jones, Chuck Liddel, Randy Couture (I'm not going to write all of them down) Brazil: Anderson Silva, Jose Aldo, Big Nog Russia: Fedor, Igor and Taktarov America is by far number one. 70% of our current champions (excluding Nicco Montano) are American. Brazil takes number two by a landslide. Russia and UK are very close. Out of all the roster, Russia has 7 top 15 fighters and the UK has 6. Before some of you claim Russian's are taking over MMA, remember this; They are far behind Brazil, who are far behind Americans.