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Over the past 20 years, more than 1,000 fighters have come through the UFC ranks. You have Royce Gracie, who holds the record for most submissions with 11. Anderson Silva sits atop the all-time KO list with 11 knockouts. Then you have Georges St-Pierre and Matt Hughes, who are tied for the most wins in Ultimate Fighting Championship history with 18. But which fighter has been the best of the past two decades? Set your rankings below!

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All-time UFC fighters

Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

UFC record: 7-5-0

Randy Couture

Randy Couture

UFC record: 16-8-0

Royce Gracie

Royce Gracie

UFC record: 11-1-1

Matt Hughes

Matt Hughes

UFC record: 18-7-0

Jon Jones

Jon Jones

UFC record: 13-1-0

Chuck Liddell

Chuck Liddell

UFC record: 16-7-0

Tito Ortiz

Tito Ortiz

UFC record: 15-11-1

B.J. Penn

B.J. Penn

UFC record: 12-8-2

Frank Shamrock

Frank Shamrock

UFC record: 5-0-0

Anderson Silva

Anderson Silva

UFC record: 16-1-0

Georges St-Pierre

Georges St-Pierre

UFC record: 18-2-0

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Jon Jones and Quinton Jackson are set to square off at UFC 135, and their matchup promises to be exciting in the most devastating way possible. Both men are formidable strikers, with Jones in the process of establishing his reputation as a man whose elbows could knock down trees. Jackson didn't acquire the nickname "Rampage" by accident -- a cursory viewing of his signature body slam is enough to cause one's knees to tremble. Are they evenly matched, or will one of the other fights be more close-fought?

Vote: How will each match be decided at UFC 135?


Which will be the best fight?

Jon Jones and Quinton Jackson could put on a show, but on a card that includes Mark Hunt, Josh Koschek and Matt Hughes, Jones-Jackson could play second fiddle to a great early fight.

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