135 - Viana - Handed Macapa his only loss at 145 in spite of a substantial size disadvantage. Dropped down to his natural weight, faced another big guy in Duran, who was coming off an impressive win over Rivera, and Viana knocked him the f out. Everybody is talking about Perez, but there may be more substance there with Viana. 145 - Holloway - I didn't think the win over Leonard was all that disputable. Holloway landed about 3 to 1 in crisp shots it seemed. He was winning the exchanges. That's kind of how everybody fares in a stand-up fight vs. Leonard. Leonard has his moments. And I thought Max showed some evolution in his ground game. His guard looked semi dangerous. First time against Poirier he was winning on the feet, and this time might have a better chance to at least get the fight back to the feet. 155 - Tibau - Almost all the media cards had him beating both Guillard and Nurmagomedov. That would have given him one loss (Miller) in his last 11 fights in a stacked division. Beat RDA and Drinaldo, who many were high on. And if you go back earlier in his career in Brazil, he racked up numerous notable wins: Thiago Alves, Adriano Martins, Carlos Indio, Camoes, Romario, etc. 170 - Patrick (not Lucky) - Well-Rounded guy and good athlete. Coming off a long layoff and technical loss he's a forgotten man. But I don't see how Ebersole even beat him. He wall and stalled, while Patrick mounted offense. That fight separates Patrick from a 14-fight win streak. 185 - Jacare - he should have gotten the Rockhold decision. Lit up Brunson who just upset Leben. Has win over Shlemenko. Only legit loss in last 18 has been Mousasi. Can say a similar thing about Lombard. 205 - Mousasi - That Jardine decision was a joke. Won 30-26 IMO. Beat him up, threatened with subs, surrounding nothing TD's. As aforementioned only guy to legitimately beat Lombard and Jacare in their 185 runs. Beat Hunt, Babalu, and OSP above 185. Only loss to King Mo. Another guy who has been forgotten about because of recent inactivity. HW - Browne - I think you got to throw out the Big Foot loss due to injury. Before that he's the last guy to beat Struve, and if the nod should have gone to anyone in the Kongo fight it was him.