The good 135: TJ, Cody, Cruz, Moraes, and Rivera are all close to or in their prime. Lineker, Dodson, Sterling are good fighters too. 145: Another pretty competitive division Max, Ortega, and Moicano are clearly above the rest, Frankie, Lamas and Cub are getting old. KZ, Bektic, Katter, Burgos are all future contenders/Top 5-10 contenders. Chad just came back, but we will have to see. 155: Conor vs Khabib is a huge fight. You also have Tony, Dustin, Lee, Edson, Gaethje who are also all excellent and have the ability to contend. The Bad 125: Its always been a weak division, and now the champ is running up to 135, putting the shitty division on hold again. 170: Traditionally one of the better divisions, but it kind of sucks right now. Tyron is pretty boring, along with Thompson, Till, and Usman. RDA lacks the power and size to beat the larger men. Robbie is injured, and his future is questionable. Maia is basically done. Magny will lose to the best guys. Masvidal is inconsistent, Ponz is fun to watch, but I don't think he can grapple with the top 5. Donald, Gunnar, Kim, will never be champs. 185: Was really exciting for a while with Robert, Chris, Luke, Romero, Jacare were on top and streaking. Now you have a lot of aging guys, and many who have talked about moving to 205. Jacare is getting old. Luke vs Chris 2 is a good fight, but both fighters haven't looked as good and could honestly go either way. Romero is still competitive, but never makes weight, is 41 and talked about going up to 205. He simply wont be arround much longer. I love Robert, has a great style, but I don't know who he is gonna be fighting in a few years other then the aging top 10. 205: Jones is out, might be coming back. Gus is a good fighter. DC is champ but is about done. The only contender in this weight class I see doing anything is Dominick Reyes, but other then that this division is in a serious slump. It sucks right now, no other way to say it. HW: Has fun match ups, but the division has zero new blood other then Ngannou and Lewis. Its pretty noncompetitive to be honest. All womens divisons are notoriously weak, except for maybe the top 3/5, then there is a huge drop off and the fights just are not fun to watch. I believe it goes to decision 70% of the time. UFC isn't dying, but Its definitely not in its prime. I would say MMA peaked in 2009-2013. Had some success in the Ronda/Conor years 2013-2016, but it has been in a low point ever since. Conor is the only PPV draw, DC gets about half as much, then it just goes down from there.