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Munto2010-12-12 20:32:26 +0000 #1
Hi guys. I'm new on this forums and I have a quick question. I live in a foreigner country and I am #1 in a low devision in my city. There's a new club intersted in me and take me to another level. I was just wondering if the UFC fighters heights are accurate?Because I'm 6'1.5 and I see most of them are 6'3 giants and stuffs and I fear that if this new level I'm going to is the kinda like UFC and I'll be drawfed(I know height is not everything) I aslo checked Frank Mir website and he says he's 6'1 but UFC has him as 6'3?

thx anyways
seansloan2010-12-12 20:40:15 +0000 #2
Your weight class was a pretty important detail you didn't mention.Mir is definitely taller than 6'1 as well
dhk19802010-12-12 21:13:38 +0000 #3
yeah, mir is about 6'3" if not 6'4".
bhorrrr2010-12-12 21:32:36 +0000 #4
6'1.5, depending on your build, could potentially be fine in any weight class. i mean, i could say probably not heavyweight, and i could say probably not featherweight, but nothing between 145 and 265 could be absolutely ruled out for sure depending on your build.

is this a serious question? this seems like a thing you'd know if you were actually training to be a fighter.
CoolzInferno2010-12-12 20:54:22 +0000 #5
As has been said before, body type matters a lot for whatever weight you'd be fighting at.

I mean if you look at people who are 5'10 or 5'11, you've got people like Kenny Florian and Evan Dunham who fight at Lightweight, Wanderlei at MW/LHW and then you've got Pat Barry and Mark Hunt at HW.

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