6/02/2008 8:29pm, #11
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I walk at around 160 and i fight at 145. I don't get fatigued, so i don't know what you're talking about.
6/02/2008 8:34pm, #12Originally Posted by 3moose1"No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
6/02/2008 8:36pm, #13
Anything below 220 needs to be gotten rid of.
And all fighters need to look like this
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
6/02/2008 8:48pm, #14Originally Posted by Cassius
However, it doesn't fit with what i said.
This time, sir, you fail.
(also, i have been training more then five months...)
6/02/2008 8:51pm, #15
I think the OP does not want to be a fucking fighter. Dana White cries for you, Sarcastro.
6/02/2008 8:54pm, #16Originally Posted by 3moose1"No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
6/02/2008 8:57pm, #17Originally Posted by Cassius
IS THAT SO WRONG?
6/02/2008 8:57pm, #18Originally Posted by Emevas
And Sirc... Why the hell do you keep making threads like this? You need a better hobby.
Chaos? Panic?... Disorder??
.........................My work here is done.
6/02/2008 8:59pm, #19Originally Posted by Emevas
This is Lily, IRL
6/02/2008 9:10pm, #20
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I really don't understand what this is about. Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but it seems like everything you said applies to every weight class...why are you singling out the 145 class?
Edit: I read it again, and I think I see what you're saying. Lighter guys have to lose a higher percentage of their body weight to effectively cut weight than the guys in higher classes.
But it's not like you have to cut a certain amount of pounds regardless of your weight class...people might cut 20-25 pounds at light heavyweight and only 10-15 pounds at featherweight, so it's a similar percentage of bodyweight being lost. I don't see the problem.
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