There should probably be different weight classes, too. Right now, they’re distributed wrong. For example, there’s 125-135, then 135-145, 145-155, and so on, with the bizarre heavyweight category holding everyone from 205-265 pounds. But Rizzo says this isn’t the right way to categorize people by weight. Weights fall on a bell curve, albeit an uneven one for elite fighters, so it makes no sense to have 10-pound increments. If most athletes fall between, say, 135 and 155 pounds, there should be more divisions within that area. You’d be dividing up so that there were equal numbers of people in each section. That would mean smaller weight divisions in the middle, where the most fighters are, and therefore less weight cutting.