Is there ever much thought given to dropping fighters who ‘sneak’ up the rankings by doing very little? For example guys like Otto Wallin since entering hasn’t took a competive fight since entering the rankings. Should Whyte get slung and Wilder be removed for inactivity then he’ll find himself as high as 4th and doing very little to deserve it. I always find it slightly unfair that guys like that end up being ranked higher for not challenging themselves that the ones that do and suffer a defeat. In the example of Wallin – is it really fair that by feasting on journeymen, he has done enough to claim that entitles him to be ranked above Joyce by the virtue of Joyce taking on competive fights and losing. It was merely a year ago that Joyce knocked out Parker. And Parker is also someone I feel that belongs above Wallin. I know in Wallins case he does now have a decent fight scheduled at long last. But I do think this issue does sometimes stink up the rankings. Not sure what the solution would be. But perhaps when a fighter is bumped for inactivity/moving weights /pissing hot etc, rather than simply everyone jumping up a spot it could be asked what have you done for me lately and the fighter entering can enter higher than 10th? Or perhaps reviewing the red looking at the rankings every once in a while to reorder them? This would also likely help rerate fighters who have had victories that have had wins that appear much better with the benefit of hindsight. E.g. Hrgovic (ranked below Wallin) over Zhang?