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    Default Phil Baroni moving to Welterweight

    http://www.sherdog.net/forums/f61/wh...weight-801752/

    Didn't know he had that extra weight on him...
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    Default Re: Phil Baroni moving to Welterweight

    How much is a welter weight?

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    Default Re: Phil Baroni moving to Welterweight

    170 lbs. He has fough at 185 in the past.

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    Am I the only one who thinks this is crazy for the NY bad Ass to be mooving down to 170? He speaks as if he's already there and knows he is comfortable with the weight. I have got to believe that Phil will be a totally different fighter at 170 than what he is at 185. His power and resiliancy are two of his biggest assets at middle weight and I believe he will be compromising both of those in doing what he needs to do in order to drop 15 pounds of muscle. I like Baroni but I do not believe he will be better at 170.

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    Default Re: Phil Baroni moving to Welterweight

    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    Am I the only one who thinks this is crazy for the NY bad Ass to be mooving down to 170? He speaks as if he's already there and knows he is comfortable with the weight. I have got to believe that Phil will be a totally different fighter at 170 than what he is at 185. His power and resiliancy are two of his biggest assets at middle weight and I believe he will be compromising both of those in doing what he needs to do in order to drop 15 pounds of muscle. I like Baroni but I do not believe he will be better at 170.
    He walks around at like 195.. have you guys seen him when he's not training for a fight? looks fucking FAT. haha

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    Default Re: Phil Baroni moving to Welterweight

    I doubt he makes it without some serious help and im not talking about a sauna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    I doubt he makes it without some serious help and im not talking about a sauna.
    colonics?

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    colonics?
    thats a possibility

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    Default Re: Phil Baroni moving to Welterweight

    He should move to the retirement home! Seriously, he looked like an idiot on EliteXC, and I was hoping that he would be smart and see that he should end his career. Clearly, I was overestimating him.

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