From the Sunday Iowa City paper:
Perry said his bad positioning started on the scale. He said weight issues were at the core of his problems Saturday night. He didn't specify when asked how much weight he had to cut to get down to 165, but said it was "way too much" and said he felt fatigue setting in before the match started.
"You can't do it that way with one-hour weigh-ins," he said. "You can't cut that much weight with one-hour weigh-ins and expect to perform well. No excuses. It's my fault that happened. I'm taking nothing away from that kid. But if I do it like that, I'll get pounded every time with a one-hour weigh-in, so I've got to make that change. I'm trying, it's just hard."