Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by CyberEye, Mar 8, 2007.
I'm a heavyweight and proud of it
Id have to cut to fight HW in the UFC though but the good thing is I aint good enough to get into the UFC anyway.
fatties. 6ft 175 lb ftw.
5'10 215 lbs
5'7" 155 =/
wo there fattie
5"4 125lbs here
Not really living up to your name eh?
6'4" 185-190.... Want to get up to a lean 225 in the next couple of years.
lol fatties + twigs up in here, i bet f+n could kick our asses
and still no pic....
i'm about the same height but 145lbs, but you're a hell of a lot bigger than me still
Im 6'2 175, but it seems like everyone who I roll with is so much bigger than me. Im always giving away at least 20-30 lbs.
I'm 6' and 163 now. Slowly getting down to 155 for my fight on the 24th.
Blah, cutting sucks. I'm NOT enjoying it at all.
6'1" 220 currently coz i can't train. 195 when I'm fighting
I'm far from being a fatty. 6'5 210
You cut to get down to a weight that they'll let you fight at, then gain it all back right before the fight after they weigh you. So, in the ring, you have a good advantage. It's kinda cheese if you ask me.
are you kidding me... people do it in boxing, wrestling, judo, bjj, muay thai, etc to be competitive and equalize the field. There is no way to stop people from doing it other than maybe enforcing some sort of lower limit to how dehydrated you can be... but still people would find a way. If you don't cut so be it but lets say you are a soft 182 lbs and your opponent cut down from 200 to 189 lbs and is shredded. Whose fault is it that you ended up in that matchup? Cutting those extra 3 pounds isn't very hard, and in fact would be the smartest thing to do. And I know 2 people that have competed at 182 lbs soft and 151 lbs soft. needless to say they were not skilled enough to negate that big of a strength difference and lost.
I'd have to get fat to fight in the UFC.