Current and all-time UFC champions

Updated: December 8, 2017, 9:23 AM ET

Conor McGregorJeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Getty ImagesConor McGregor celebrates his knockout victory over Eddie Alvarez in their lightweight championship bout at UFC 205 in New York.

Below are the current UFC champions in each weight division. Click here for the current champions in Bellator MMA, World Series of Fighting and Invicta FC, in addition to the UFC.

All-time UFC champions by division:
Heavyweight | Light heavyweight
Middleweight | Welterweight
Lightweight | Featherweight
Bantamweight | Flyweight
Women's featherweight
Women's bantamweight
Women's strawweight

Heavyweights (Up to 265 pounds)

Stipe Miocic
Won title: May 15, 2016
Outcome: KO1 over Fabricio Werdum (UFC 198)
Defenses: 2

Light heavyweight (205)

Daniel Cormier
Won title: May 23, 2015
Outcome: R3 submission over Anthony Johnson (UFC 187)
Defenses: 2

Middleweight (185)

Georges St-Pierre
Won title: Nov 4, 2017
Outcome: SUB3 over Michael Bisping (UFC 217)
Defenses: 0

Welterweight (170)

Tyron Woodley
Won title: July 30, 2016
Outcome: KO1 over Robbie Lawler (UFC 201)
Defenses: 3

Lightweight (155)

*Conor McGregor
Won title: Nov. 12, 2016
Outcome: KO2 over Eddie Alvarez (UFC 205)
Defenses: 0

Featherweight (145)

Max Holloway
Won title: June 3, 2017
Outcome: TKO3 over Jose Aldo (UFC 212)*
Defenses: 0

Bantamweight (135)

TJ Dillashaw
Won title: Nov 4, 2017
Outcome: TKO2 over Cody Garbrandt (UFC 217)
Defenses: 0

Flyweight (125)

Demetrious Johnson
Won title: Sept. 22, 2012
Outcome: SD5 over Joseph Benavidez (UFC 152)*
Defenses: 10

* -- Earned inaugural title by winning finale of four-man tournament

Women's featherweight (145)

Cris Cyborg
Won title: Feb. 11, 2017
Outcome: KO over Tonya Evinger (UFC 214)
Defenses: 0

Women's bantamweight (135)

Amanda Nunes
Won title: July 9, 2016
Outcome: SUB1 over Miesha Tate (UFC 200)
Defenses: 2

Women's strawweight (115)

Rose Namajunas
Won title: Nov 4, 2017
Outcome: KO1 over Joanna Jedrzejczyk (UFC 217)
Defenses: 0



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