What weight are you fighting at?


#1

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


#2

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


#3

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.


#4

reckon I could punch a feather to death


#5

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.


#6

I’m not


#7

Welterweight apparently


#8

Can’t fight won’t fight


#9

Heavyweight champion of the world


#10

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.


#11

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


#12

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???


#13

heavy, aiming for cruiser


#14

Or between 132 and 152, for that matter?


#15

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


#16

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


#17

Sumo


#18

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


#19

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.


#20

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