What weight are you fighting at?

I’m a super middleweight, but I could drop to middleweight if the right fight came along.

In the space of the last week I’ve dropped from Super Middleweight to just plain old Middleweight. Aiming for Super Welterweight though.

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Heavyweight.

Reckon Light-Heavyweight would be my optimal fighting weight. Aiming to get low enough down under the Cruiserweight limit so that I could feasibly drain down to LH for a weigh in.

reckon I could punch a feather to death

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Undisputed Super Featherweight Champion of DiS here after my title fight unifying the Music, Social, Site Feedback, Classifieds and Lounge boards. Beat @deep-blue for the Music title.

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I’m not

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Welterweight apparently

Can’t fight won’t fight

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Heavyweight champion of the world

Bantam weight, the weight a chicken is.

Also I just checked what bantam weight actually means and ho, ho, ho, no way am I that light, Jesus.

Thread isn’t titled “Warming your weights” which is a missed opportunity

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I don’t seem to have a category-
from the interweb-
Women’s Olympic boxing is restricted to just three weight classes:

  • flyweight, 106 to 112 pounds (48 to 51 kg)
  • lightweight, 123 to 132 pounds (56 to 60 kg)
  • middleweight, 152 to 165 pounds (69 to 75 kg)

What happens if you’re between 112 and 123 pounds???

heavy, aiming for cruiser

Or between 132 and 152, for that matter?

Probably have to put on or lose weight.

There’s categories between those but not in the olympics

Between light and middle there’s super lightweight, welterweight, super welterweight

or above 165? i’m not allowed to box? :frowning:

Sumo

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Up to 168 middle weight
Up to 175 light heavy
Up to 200 cruiser
200+ is heavy

Heavyweight if I was a pro, or Super Heavyweight if amateur.

Seems a bit unfair I’d have to fight the really massive guys but I’ll give it my best.

Yeah I was at 11.7 the last time I weighed myself. Want to get to 11