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Magny moves up in rankings after Brisbane victory

The rankings are out after UFC Fight Night Brisbane, and the biggest winner was Neil Magny.

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The New York native moved up two spots in the welterweight division in Monday’s official UFC Rankings release. Magny, a winner in 10 of his last 11 fights, is now at No. 7 among 170-pounders. It was the first time Hector Lombard had been finished in a fight, as Magny landed a UFC record 100 ground strikes en-route to a third round TKO.

Results from Saturday had little effect on the rest of the rankings. Main event winner Mark Hunt moves up one spot to No. 8 after his walk-off knockout of Frank Mir, who remains at No. 10.

Jon Gagnon is a digital producer and writer for UFC.com Follow him on Twitter at @jgagnonUFC

More from Fight Night Hunt vs Mir: Full results | Hunt gets walk-off win in main event | Magny, Matthews, Kelly all score comeback victories | Jouban, Hooker earn impressive quick wins | Pearson gets close win, Patrick rolls | FIGHT PASS members – watch the Pearson/Laprise thriller again | Backstage interviews: Steve Bosse, Alan Jouban | Octagon interviews: Mark HuntNeil Magny, Ross Pearson
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