Loss to Al Iaquinta (2-1, at the time of the fight) Beat Jesse Ronosn (0-2) Beat Jon Tuck (2-1) Beat Michel Prazeres (2-1) Beat James Moontasri (1-1) Loss Leanardo Santos (3-0-1Draw) Beat Efrain Escurdero (5-6) Beat Jake Matthews (4-1) Beat Magomed Mustafaev (2-0) Beat Francisco Trinaldo (11-3) Beat Michael Chiesa (7-2) Loss Tony Ferguson (12-1) Let us look at Kevin Lee using my algorithm of (1) Consecutive wins (2) Quality of opponents and (3) Finishing rate. (1) I used GSP as the standard to judge consecutive wins. If you want details of how I came up with this system, ask and I will explain. Using my GSP system, Kevin Lee with 5-0 longest streak is in the upper-tier of Lower-Echelon fighters (i.e. 1 to 6 consecutive wins). (2) His quality of opponents has been poor. Look at the record I posted. His best wins are Trinaldo (11-3) and Chiesa (7-2). Trinaldo at the time was a Lower-Tier Upper Echelon fighter (7 and more consecutive wins). So, Kevin Lee has only beaten 1 Upper-Echelon fighter. (3) Kevin Lee only has a 45% finishing rate (mostly submissions). I don't know what to make of this, because GSP (if used as a standard) only has 36% finishing rate. So, GSP is not the best standard, but he is the least controversial (that is another debate LOL). In terms of skills, Kevin Lee has 42% striking accuracy with 52% striking defense, and 42% TD accuracy with 74% TD defense. So, nothing pops out. Using these stats, it is kind of obvious that Kevin Lee is not a so called "next level fighter." The rankings must be based on bullshit and/or the division is not as talented as it is hyped-up to be.