I often have a beef with the weight divisions in combat sports... In boxing, there are too many divisions, seperated by a number of pounds that no true fighter should worry about. In UFC, it is better, but still far from perfect. Also, pounds... Only USA, Myanmar and one random African country uses pounds. Why the fuck can't we just go by kilo, like the rest of the world? This weight system, used by Kunlun for kickboxing matches, is probably the best weight division system I have ever seen: Flyweight: 50 kg Lightweight: 55 kg Super lightweight: 60 kg Welterweight: 65 kg Super welterweight: 70 kg Middleweight: 75 kg Super middleweight: 80 kg Cruiserweight: 90 kg Heavyweight: 100 kg Super heavyweight: Unlimited The only thing I have a problem with is the stupid naming system. The numbers are perfect, but the names should be: Atomweight: 50 kg Strawweight: 55 kg Flyweight: 60 kg Bantamweight: 65 kg Featherweight: 70 kg Lightweight: 75 kg Welterweight: 80 kg Middleweight: 90 kg Cruiserweight: 100 kg Heavyweight: Unlimited Basically, if Kunlun used the 10 typical division names, instead of repititions with words like "super", it simply couldn't get any better in any way.