Multi-Division UFC Champions

Multi-division champions

Fighters who have won championships in multiple weight classes.[37] Tournament championships and The Ultimate Fighter winners are not included.

Randy Couture is notably the first champion to hold belts in two different divisions, and one of the few to reclaim a title after being defeated. Conor McGregor is notably the first and only fighter thus far to hold multiple titles simultaneously.

Champion Division Won Lost Defenses Reign Total reign
United States Randy Couture Heavyweight Dec 21, 1997 (UFC Japan) Jan ?, 1998 (stripped) 0 ? days 1,478+ days
Nov 17, 2000 (UFC 28) Mar 22, 2002 (UFC 36) 2 490 days
Light Heavyweight Sep 26, 2003 (UFC 44) Jan 31, 2004 (UFC 46) 0 127 days
Aug 21, 2004 (UFC 49) Apr 16, 2005 (UFC 52) 0 238 days
Heavyweight Mar 3, 2007 (UFC 68) Nov 15, 2008 (UFC 91) 1 623 days
United States B.J. Penn Welterweight Jan 31, 2004 (UFC 46) May 17, 2004 (stripped) 0 107 days 919 days
Lightweight Jan 19, 2008 (UFC 80) Apr 10, 2010 (UFC 112) 3 812 days
Republic of Ireland Conor McGregor Featherweight Dec 12, 2015 (UFC 194) Nov 26, 2016 (stripped) 0 350 days 644 days
(ongoing)
Lightweight Nov 12, 2016 (UFC 205) 0 294 days
(incumbent)