There is no such thing as a champion of a certain "place" in the UFC. Jon Jones is the UFC light heavyweight champion of the UFC and ranked #1 in the world at 205 pounds.
Yes, but he need the Interim Heavyweight Championship Belt and unify them. So that he can be consider as the UFC Heavyweight Champion
the current UFC heavyweight champion is cain velasquez
Well there are several weight divisions in which the first champion was white, but the first ever white UFC champion was Mark Coleman who became the first ever UFC undisputed heavyweight champion of the world on Februrary 7th, 1997 at UFC 12.
As of 25/07/2010 the UFC Heavyweight champion is Brock Lesnar and is set to defend is title against Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 EDIT: facebook(dot)com/thession12 - February 28th 2015 Cain Velasquez is the current Heavyweight champion in the UFC.
The first ever UFC Light heavyweight champ was Frank Shamrock. He was crowned the champion at the "UFC Japan" Event held on 21 Dec, 1997. He was the light heavyweight champion for a total of 703 days. He retired as the champion on November 24, 1999 from the UFC citing lack of competition as the reason. Tito Ortiz was the second champion and Jon Jones is the current champion. Including Jones, a total of 12 people have held this prestigious title.
UFC Champion Heavyweight - Over 230 lbs. to 265 lbs. Current UFC Champion: Brock Lesnar Interim UFC Champion: Shane Carwin UFC Champion Light Heavyweight - 205 lbs. Current UFC Champion: Mauricio "Shogun" Rua UFC Champion Middleweight - 185 lbs. Current UFC Champion: Anderson Silva UFC Champion Welterweight - 170 lbs. Current UFC Champion: Georges St-Pierre UFC Champion Lightweight - 155 lbs. Current UFC Champion: Frankie Edgar
Ricco Rodriguez, 2002 (vs Randy Couture)
No,he is in UFC. He is the UFC World Heavyweight champion
Randy Couture, 220 pounds.