I don't believe that missing weight (for the first time) is some destardly deed that obligates the guilty fighter to behave differently than they normally would. You can apologize to management and the opposing fighter, and of course pay the fine and then it's over. You must put the episode behind you and do your best to be in the same exact mindset as you normally would. If you don't do this, then what is the point of even competing? I honestly don't get your logic. If Calderwood feels that Calvillo is trying to gain a mental edge by pushing her arm down at the faceoff, she is supposed to allow that, as part of her repentance? And as the decision is about to be rendered, she is obligated to stay mum as Calvillo declares she'd "better not get robbed"?