Originally Posted by Cupocity303
No. Phelphs has to be in shape and thus in good athletic-ready-to-swim weight as a consequence.
He has no exact weight he has to be on, which is part of a Lower weight fighters job. Brandon Rios came in at 135.5 after a second weigh-in and lost his Lightweight Title. That's how little it takes to fuk it all up.
There is no messing around in Boxing. And no second chances for most like race sports like swimming.
He does have an ideal weight to make if he plans to swim the same times...
There are no weight categories in swimming but you best believe they come in LIGHT as possible..