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POLL (most popular weight division)

most popular weight class

  • Bantamweight Class (143 ¼ & under)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Lightweight Class (Above 143 ¼ to 154 ¼)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Welterweight Class(Above 154 ¼ to 165 ¼)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Middleweight Class (Above 165¼ to 176 ¼)

    Votes: 8 36.4%
  • Lightheavyweight Class (Above 176 ¼ to 198 ¼)

    Votes: 5 22.7%
  • Heavyweight Class (Above 198 ¼ to 225 ¼)

    Votes: 6 27.3%
  • Super Heavyweight Class (Above 225 ¼)

    Votes: 3 13.6%

  • Total voters
    22

Shelby

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On the state and local level, the middleweight class is typically the biggest. That, or the light heavyweights. At that level there aren't a ton of guys that have added enough muscle to be in the heavier classes (unless they are just out of shape).

When you move up to the Jr National level, those two are usually the biggest classes as well.

At pro-qualifiers, almost every class is very big. At last year's nationals I think every class had at least 30 competitors.
 

Creed428

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For most of the local smaller shows I've been to the Light Heavies typically have the best combination of conditioning and size. heavy and super heavy tend to come in out of shape, and middle weight / light weight unless extremely shredded seem to get over powered... all opinion based
 

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Most non-national shows, LHWs will be the toughest, usually... Once you get to the bigger level shows, like Shelby said.. every class is packed
 

witefall

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I think Light Heavy has the most competitors at the local and state level also. It's the group that seems to fill up the stage when first called out.
 

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I agree with Shelby...I am looking forward to going to Nationals this year against a big class...first or dead last at least you know your going against the best.
 

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Yeah, it's usually the middleweight class. If you are a heavyweight competitor there may be a few guys in it, but really only about two that are in shape and should be there.
 

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