All these guys are going to be guaranteed 20lbs heavier at the weigh ins plus 20-30 pounds they are weight cutting...
F=M * A (At LHW M goes up for sure and A will trend down a little on average so that means F will increase...basic physics)
You have some errors in your mathematics.
Your first example is flawed because you are assuming 40 to 45 pounds between the weight classes. In order for this to be accurate, you have to assume two things:
-the middleweight who fights 185 does not cut any weight.
- he doesn't gain any mass going from one fight to the other. He doesn't treat himself at the dinner table or make any effort in the weight room.
I can assure, neither of these will be the case.
The second point relies on you knowing a basic formula, but not executing it properly. Sure, force equals mass times acceleration. But you didn't assign values to mass or acceleration. And your example, we are just supposed to take for granted that the mass will be more, but the acceleration will not decrease all that much, so the force is just going to be "a lot more," instead of just "a little more."
This is very unscientific. You've assigned no values and you have no proof. If you believe "basic physics" back you up, then you are hardly a scientist. I would go as far as to say that you're dumb.
Edited by Megasoup, 14 February 2018 - 03:12 PM.