#1 January 12, 12:04 am
Debut FightLooking to get on a card to make my debut as a amatuer at either 170, 185 or possibly 205 in late april early may! Have a solid resume Black Belt in Tae Kwon do, Top Notch high school and collegiate wrestler! some college matches are available on my page, and more information can be gathered by contacting me at email@example.com or on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=777796109
#2 January 14, 2:51 pm
We are looking for fighters for a card in late April in MN, a show put on by fighters for fighters! Contact Steve Foslien at 218-330-9160
#3 January 31, 8:53 pm
I wont be ready by then im taking a week to three weeks off after my wrestling season is over to heal up then wont be back training til late march early april if you have a card in may or june ill be glad to fight on that card!
#4 February 1, 8:29 am
hey id do the lowest weight possible because if you cut weight but maintain your speed and strength id do that its better for you
#5 February 1, 10:59 am
yea i know but my bodys aching from wrestling right now and my natural body weight when eating 3-5 meals a day and drinking a gallon of water is around 190-205 and I feel healthy and strong around 185-200 but i compete better around 185
#6 February 3, 6:38 pm
then if i were you i would push to fight at 185 because you dont want some one who walks at 250 to fight at like 210 its just an unbelievable strength difference
#7 February 5, 2:59 pm
yea i know what you mean! but ill try out the 3 weight classes to see how I perform! my wrestling and Tae Kwon do and jits will be a key factor in all my fights tho so it'll be exciting!
#8 February 24, 7:02 am
very true i my self am going to fight one weight class under what i walk around at in april i have a title fight for the feather weight title at stellar
#9 February 24, 1:00 pm
Just remember most states the ammy class won't let you cut more than 2 pounds in a 2 hour period. So cut most of your weight way before hand
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