Posted on March 25, 2018 by jcs

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    • jcs says:

      One’s weight classes are different and I can never find legit weigh-in results.

      If you do the research, you’ll see they staggered their divisions… Bantam at One is 145lb instead of 135lb… (I believe) with the thought in mind that your typical fight ready, perhaps slightly dehydrated fighter that weighs about 145lb will cut down to 135lb in another org.

      Do they even do weigh-ins? Or just track fighter weights previous to shows? I have no idea.

      Obviously, since they took this structure, it has caused us a bit of grief and confusion. You’ll see on our rank pages that we categorize based on actual weights.. not by division name.

    • aa. says:

      I’ve always noticed that One weight classes are weird in the rankings — Askren was listed as a middleweight, for example. They have different weigh-in rules, right?

    • Ked Becker says:

      The One Championship fight between Bibiano Fernandes and Martin Nguyen was officially a Bantamweight fight, but both are ranked here in the featherweight division. why? what was the actual weight of the fighters?


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