I think a policy should be immediately implemented for taking in account fair and even match ups between fighters with an obvious advantage of bone structure. We can finally begin the long awaited discussion on who, exactly, is the inch for inch greatest.
For too long, fighters have been cheating the system by stepping on the scales and weighing exactly what they are supposed to. We can no longer have these uneven match-ups. Often, we have one fighter who has been training disciplines like boxing, wrestling and jiu-jitsu and weighs in at 185 pounds and stands 6 foot 2 facing another fighter who has been training in the exact same disciplines and has been coming up through pretty much the exact same promotions and weighs exactly the same but stands at 6 foot 3. This is a clear-cut advantage.
We should stand together (separated, of course, by our respective heights) and let our voices be heard!
Member of the People's Freedom Movement