If a fighter

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has been in­ac­tive for over a year, he will be re­moved from the rank­ings, un­less he has a fight of­fi­cially sched­uled. Once re­moved due to in­ac­tiv­ity, a fighter can­not be re­in­stated un­til he has fought again.

Each fighter is ranked on the re­sults they have achieved in their own spe­cific weight di­vi­sion (ex­clud­ing the pound-for-pound list).

Each fighter is ranked in the di­vi­sion in which their most re­cent sig­nif­i­cant fight took place. With re­gards to catch­weight fights, com­mon sense will (hope­fully) pre­vail.

If a fighter fails a drug test, he will be re­moved from the rank­ings. He will be el­i­gi­ble for re­in­sta­tion af­ter com­plet­ing a ban, but will be re­moved in­def­i­nitely if he re­of­fends.

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