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Speed, skill and power make for a good MMA fighter, and the 155-pound division has plenty of athletes who possess those talents. Our experts have Benson Henderson, who is 7-0 in the UFC and 4-0 in title fights as the sport's top lightweight, but is he your pick? Where does class newcomer T.J. Grant fit in? Click our photos below to set your rankings!

MMA lightweight fighters

Eddie Alvarez

Eddie Alvarez

Record: 24-3-0

Donald Cerrone

Donald Cerrone

Record: 20-5-0

Mike Chandler

Mike Chandler

Record: 11-0-0

Rafael dos Anjos

Rafael dos Anjos

Record: 19-6-0

Evan Dunham

Evan Dunham

Record: 14-4-0

T.J. Grant

T.J. Grant

Record: 21-5-0

Pat Healy

Pat Healy

Record: 29-16-0

Benson Henderson

Benson Henderson

Record: 19-2-0

Gray Maynard

Gray Maynard

Record: 11-2-1

Gilbert Melendez

Gilbert Melendez

Record: 21-3-0

Jim Miller

Jim Miller

Record: 22-4-0

Khabib Nurmagomedov

Khabib Nurmagomedov

Record: 20-0-0

Anthony Pettis

Anthony Pettis

Record: 16-2-0

Josh Thomson

Josh Thomson

Record: 20-5-0

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