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.
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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.
Note: I agree that for young people in US is pretty good to join the army cause the goverment give you many financial benefits
I prefer to be a bit more bulk than very lean and cut, so I definitely feel the same as RICH. With that said, if you are happy with your body, then it's not really anyone's place to say otherwise. We all have our suggestions though lol