Six Flyweights that aren't on Sherdog's list:
Also, Henry Cejudo is thinking of entering MMA after the 2012 Olympics. He wrestles at 55 kgs, so 125 lbs would probably be his destination.
If you want to see some Flyweights, you should watch Tachi Palace Fights when they get broadcast. Sometimes they're on MMAjunkie.com, but I'm sure you can find their old shows.
If the UFC ends up with their own channel, I think adding 125 lbs would be great. They'd have the flexibility of putting on non-PPV shows on any date they want and a bunch of weekends they could fill with events. Sounds good to me.
BTW, Manny Pacquiao really made his name at Featherweight in boxing (which at 126 lbs is equivalent to Flyweight in MMA) in his first fights against Marquez and Barrera. The notion that people wouldn't watch people that size fight is, quite frankly, ridiculous. There is also a decent pool of people in North America that size, mainly Mexicans and Mexican-Americans. And the UFC does want to appeal to the growing Hispanic demo.
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