The overall stats for all 82 fighters in UFC 2009 Undisputed have been revealed. For the most part, the stats seem to be fairly accurate with where their real-life counterparts fall in line. Not surprisingly, Anderson Silva, Georges St. Pierre, and BJ Penn are all rated the highest at a 94. Rashad Evans and Lyoto Machida (along with Anderson Silva) lead the pack in the light heavyweight division each with a 93. Frank Mir tops the heavyweight division with a 91.
As for the fighters who are no longer in the UFC, such as Cro Cop, Andrei Arlovski, Tim Sylvia and Tito Ortiz, they all seemed to be fairly rated (read: the UFC didn’t tell THQ to make them suck). Arlovski was assigned a respectable 88, although at least in my opinion he deserves to be in the 90’s ahead of Mir. THQ must not have heard all the interviews where Dana White buried Tim Sylvia after he got demolished by Fedor because he was only a point below Arlovski with a 87. Cro Cop comes in at a disappointing 83 (below Antoni Hardonk), reflective of his stint in the UFC. Tito tips the scales at an 86, right in the middle of the 205 lbs. pack.
As MDS points out, there is one fighter who really got screwed—Keith Jardine. He’s ranked fourth from the bottom in the light heavyweight division with a 79, well below fighters he’s beaten including Forrest Griffin, Chuck Liddell, Brandon Vera and Wilson Gouveia. He’s rated higher than Houston Alexander, whom he lost to, though.
Also, this new list shows Diego Sanchez playable as a lightweight.
You can check out the overall stats for the entire roster at PlanetXBox360.com.