These days in boxing (and probably many other combat sports) guys are fighting really 1 or 2 divisions lower than they actually should be. You have guys doing things like chewing gum and spiting all night to get rid of water... saunas, having to take a few mile run after a first weight attempt, etc. While I understand this, is it really fair to the other fighters? Maidana weighed 165 for a welterweight fight ... 17 more lbs than Floyd and 18 above the WW limit. So he was a light super middle weight. Likewise Chavez weighs (for 160 lb fights) between 180 and 185 lbs, and this is in MANY of his fights, not just when he fought Martinez. The reasoning? IMO it's a lack of skill. If you can bully your opponent around with weight, it can somewhat negate his skill IMO. If you take Manny and Floyd for instance... 2 of the top guys out there, and there's a 3-5 lb difference from their weigh in to their fight night weight, and sometimes even less than that. It just tells me they need to go up a weight class or 2. Thoughts?