All the divisions except the atomweights have seen movement in the November 2013 rankings.
With her win over Sarah Kaufman, Jessica Eye has debuted in the bantamweight rankings, taking the 4th spot. Kaufman drops to the 5th spot, giving the #1 contender for the UFC title Cat Zingano the second spot behind the UFC champion Ronda Rousey. Alexis Davis moves up a spot to #3.
Everyone in the lower half of the list drop a spot: Miesha Tate (#7), Liz Carmouche (#8), Shayna Baszler (#9), Lauren Murphy (#10). Sarah D’Alelio drops off the list.
With her win in the finals of the CFA featherweight tournament, Ashlee Evans-Smith takes the #7 spot in the division after not being ranked. Pannie Kianzad also makes the top 10 after her win over Milena Dudieva, and takes the #6 spot. With the new editions, this pushes Tamikka Brents (now #8), Peggy Morgan (now #9), and Gabrielle Holloway (now #10) down a spot. Fiona Muxlow and Kate Da Silva drop out of the top 10.
With Eye now ranked in bantamweight, she is out of the flyweight division, and shifts Vanessa Porto to the second spot. Leslie Smith, Jennifer Maia, Zoila Gurgel, and Kalindra Faria move up a spot, taking 3-6 respectively. Due to inactivity in the division, Tonya Evinger drops out of the top ten, and Joanna Jedrzejczyk (now #7) and Brenda Gonzales (now #8) move up two places. Making her debut in the top 10 is Bethe Correia (#9) and Sarah Alpar (#10) re-enters the list.
With the retirement of Megumi Fujii, she has dropped off the list, and InvictaFC champion Carla Esparza takes the #2 spot. Claudia Gadelha, Ayaka Hamasaki, Felice Herrig, Katja Kankaanpää, and Joanne Calderwood move up a spot (#3-#7 respectively).
With her loss, Mei Yamaguchi leaves the list, and Mizuki Inoue moves up two spots to #8. Emi Fujino re-enters the top 10 at #9, and fan favorite Bec Hyatt debuts on the list at #10.