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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007, 03:18 AM Thread Starter
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What weight division?

I just thought i might see this but if you where in UFC what weight divison would you be in?

* Lightweight: 146 to 155 lb (66 to 70 kg)
* Welterweight: 156 to 170 lb (77 kg)
* Middleweight: 171 to 185 lb (84 kg)
* Light Heavyweight: 186 to 205 lb (93 kg)
* Heavyweight: 206 to 265 lb (120 kg)

I would be in Lightweight.

Edit - sorry if this is in the wrong place.


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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007, 08:17 AM
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I weigh about 170lbs to walk around but I guess I'd easy go down to lightweight.
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I dont fit into any of the weightdivisions...
I am turning 19 and im too light. But I have always thought that there is a problem with the weightdivisions or maybe I am just a real skinny mother¤%#%¤#/%&

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I fight in 155 pound class. I am 5ft7 and I train year round so my wieght doesn't fluctuate very much. I only cut about five pounds before I fight.
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post #5 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007, 01:41 PM
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I have been training for almost a year now and I will either be a LHW or MW. Much to my anger/saddness I am going to haveto have surgery on my shoulder and be out for 3-6 months... but I like fighting(grappling with/ sparring) BIGGER guys simply because I am very very fast for 205 but not that big so who knows .
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I dont fit into any of the weightdivisions...
I am turning 19 and im too light. But I have always thought that there is a problem with the weightdivisions or maybe I am just a real skinny mother¤%#%¤#/%&
Yeah i think they should bring those other few weight divisions in aswell because im bare minimum in light weight.


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i am at the heavest i have ever been, and i would have to weigh in with all my clothes on & eating some pizza like ricardo mayorga. to make light weight

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Guys bulking really is not a hard proccess just takes ALOT of quality food and alot of hardwork/pain. Most lightweights from our gym cut from 165-170 to make weight.
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Guys bulking really is not a hard proccess just takes ALOT of quality food and alot of hardwork/pain. Most lightweights from our gym cut from 165-170 to make weight.
hmm...


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post #10 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-09-2007, 12:18 AM
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hmm...
I went from a 190ish 17 year old who couldnt bench the bar with 25 pound plates to a 215 19 year old who could bench 245 6 times. How? I got with an excellent strength coach = the best time/money I ever spent.

Now even tho I am injured my strength/rotation is coming back incrediably fast in my shoulder.

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