Darko Stošić now No1 FFC P4P MMA fighter!

December 21st, 2016

Darko Stošić now No1 FFC P4P MMA fighter!

Final Fight Championship published the latest P4P fighter rankings, as usual after every FFC event. Having in mind the fact that FFC 27 featured nine title bouts, one could easily predict that there would be some major changes.

When it comes to kikcboxing P4P rakings, Mladen Brestovac remained No 1. At FFC 27 he defeated Daniel Lentie and defeated his title again. This was also his tenth FFC win confirming that he is definitely the best kickboxer in this promotion. The first change happened at the fourth spot of the rankings now taken by Slovenia’s Samo Petje who defeated Tigran Movsisyan in a very tight match. Denis Marjanović is No 5. Glory champion and probably the future contender Jason Wilnis is now No 7, while light heavyweight fighter Antonio Plazibat is now at No 8. Ivan Bilić defeated Giorgi Bazanov at FFC 27 and scored his second win this making his way to FFC Top ten at No 9, while Albania’s Shkodran Veseli is at No 10 position.

Stošić No 1

MMA P4P rankings also went through major changes. Serbia’s Darko Stošić scored his 6th FFC win and now became No 1. This heavyweight fighter defeated Dion Staring again and defended his belt this time in a little bit more convincing way. Filip Pejić is right behind him taking No 2 position. He also fought at FFC 27 and defeated James Brum in a title defense match. After losing his contract with the UFC, Pejić returned to this Croatian promotion where he scored two wins since.

Another Croatian fighter now residing in Dublin took No 3 position. Luka Jelčić in now a member of the famous SBG and he won the FFC belt at FFC 27 where he defeated Italy’s Danilo Belluardo via stoppage in the first round that launched him towards the top of FFC P4P rankings.

Newly crowned champion and UFC veteran David Mitchell is now No 4. The American fighter demolished excellent Estonian fighter Andy Manzolo proving that he is justly considered to be a top fighter in his division. His fellow countryman Jeremy Kimball did a move of his career by defeating Maro Perak and was thus crowned the champion of FFC light heavyweight division reaching No 5 position.

Roberto Soldić now climbed to No 6 position. At FFC 27 Night of Champions, this Bosnian fighter defeated highly favored Ivica Trušček via stoppage in the first round and won the welterweight belt. He is followed by Ante Delija at No 7 position and then Pavel Dofortei as No 8. Roberto Neves and Leonardo Mafra, both from Brazil are now No 9 and No 10, respectively.

P4P – Kicboxing

  1. Mladen Brestovac
    2. Pavel Zhuravlev
    3. Eyevan Danenberg
    4. Samo Petje
    5. Denis Marjanović
    6. Tigran Movsisyan
    7. Jason Wilnis
    8. Antonio Plazibat
    9. Ivan Bilić
    10. Shkodran Veseli


  1. Darko Stošić
    2. Filip Pejić
    3. Luka Jelčić
    4. David Mitchell
    5. Jeremy Kimball
    6. Roberto Soldić
    7. Ante Delija
    8. Pavel Doroftei
    9. Roberton Neves
    10. Leonardo Mafra