UFC 4 fighter ratings 30 to 21 confirmed, how do Jose Aldo and Tony Ferguson stack up?

The third batch of UFC 4 fighter ratings have been confirmed by EA with the next ten fighters being Glover Texeira, Robert Whittaker, Tyron Woodley, Jose Aldo, Marlon Moraes, Joanna Jedrzejcyk, Tony Ferguson, Cris Cyborg, Francis Ngannou, and Deiveson Figueiredo. like the previous rankings each fighter is rated out of five stars for their striking and grapple ability and their health, which feeds into their overall star rating.

Rank Fighter Weight Class Overall Striking OVR Grapple OVR Health OVR
30 Glover Texeira Male Light Heavyweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR
29 Robert Whittaker Male Middleweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 3.5 STAR 5 STAR
28 Tyron Woodley Male Welterweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4 STAR
27 Jose Aldo Male Bantamweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4 STAR 4.5 STAR
26 Marlon Moraes Male Bantamweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4 STAR 4.5 STAR
25 Joanna Jedzejcyk Female Strawweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 3.5 STAR 5 STAR
24 Tony Ferguson Male Lightweight 4.5 STAR 4 STAR 4.5 STAR 5 STAR
23 Cris Cyborg Female Bantamweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4 STAR 4.5 STAR
22 Francis Ngannou Male Heavyweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4 STAR 4.5 STAR
21 Deiveson Figueiredo Male Flyweight 4.5 STAR 4.5 STAR 4 STAR 4.5 STAR

 

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If you want the first batch of ratings then click here. The second batch is here. UFC 4 was announced during the UFC 251 event, with EA giving us a look at their upcoming fighting game. Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury were also confirmed as pre-order DLC characters.

We spoke to them about how they’re trying to make the game more responsive than ever, and how there’s a real focus on letting you take your custom fighters into any game mode – find the full interview here. We also checked in on why they were ditching Ultimate Team for the game, and if and how they will be adding support for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

For now, UFC 4 will only be coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 14th August.

Source: EA

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