You know, with the growing technology nowadays, I got over my fear. I have to say I did share the fear though.
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^^^Theres a list of professional Flyweights in the UFC. It isnt uncommon. Youre just being a douche.
By cutting weight, that means two weeks before my fight I condense my training to cardio and healthy water-weight loss to weigh in at 125lbs. Overnight, I regain a portion of my walk-weight by eating primarily carbs and dense food in large portions.
Underweight or not, Im absolutely healthy. I have no desire to serve in the military, so I dont understand how your point is relevant.
EDIT: Fighting at Bantamweight (135lbs) means I would at least need to be 150. Im at a height and reach advantage (70" reach) for my weight class. Im actually lucky. Its similar to Jon Jones in the LHW division when he is supposed to be a Heavyweight. He has a similar issue except at a larger height and physique of course.
Around Featherweight it becomes a disadvantage. Fighters who cut to 145lbs actually walk around 160-165lbs. If I fought at 145lbs, I would be at a nutritional and strength disadvantage. Im in a good place, if you ever practiced a competitive combat sport you'd understand why I say this.
Last edited by Soulrender; 2013-10-30 at 04:53 AM.
This would be me. I was trying to find one of me working on a boat burial in Scotland but I'm on a dodgy PC and I don't want to risk my passwords haha.