Jon Jones (Dave Mandel/Sherdog)Best UFC Fighters Of This Decade The MMA Corner Staff February 18, 2021 News The conversation regarding who has been the best UFC fighter of the last decade is always going to be one of opinion as there are a handful of fighters who could be selected as the number one of the last decades. Due to this being difficult, we thought we’d narrow it down to the fighters who are certainly in contention for being the best UFC fighter of the decade. Of course, we cannot have this list without mentioning Jon Jones who has been one of the most dominant fighters during the past decade and very few fighters have even caused a threat to him in any of his fights. If we had to narrow it down to achievements during this period, then Jones confirms himself as one of the best from the decade having spent this period unbeaten. Whilst we wait for the next UFC event to come around which is due this Sunday, many UFC punters have been migrating over to Monkey Knife Fight which has some of the best UFC odds for all upcoming fights and why not use this Monkey Knife Fight Promo Code to enhance how you use their sites and increase your deposit matches throughout. Another unbeaten fighter that we also can’t create this list without mentioning would be Khabib Nurmagomedov who is one of the most dominant and aggressive wrestling styled fighters of the past decade with a record of 21-0. Khabib became so dominant that regardless of what type of fighter he was fighting then he dominated over them and at one point won 31 consecutive rounds in a row, which is second in UFC history behind George St-Pierre’s 33. Conor McGregor might be the reason why many of us fell in love with the sport in the first place, Conor became one of the most recognisable faces on the planet due to his attitude and trash talking and certainly catapulted himself in the mainstream. McGregor will go down as one of the deadliest strikers in UFC and was the first fighter to hold to UFC titles in two different divisions. And finally, George St-Pierre might just be the greatest UFC fighter of all time, so he deserved a place on this list, however it was at the beginning of the decade, so he only fought 7 times, winning all of them. St-Pierre will go down in history due to being a generational talent that never avoided anyone and one of the best to ever to step into the octagon.