Weight Cutting is something almost all fighters, except Frankie Edgar, in MMA do, some more than others. Most fighters are at least 20 lbs, sometimes more than 40 lbs, lighter than their natural weight on the weight in day and put it all back on the next day when they fight. Consequently, some fighter weights way more than their opponent on the fight night due to weight cutting. Is this cheating? Should the rule change? For me, I think it should. The weight in time should be just couple hours before the fighting time. This way, fighters can't use weight cutting as a way to cheat. What do you think?