People talk about getting rid of weight cutting - fight fans with common sense know that's virtually impossible. But of course there are positive steps you can take for the safety of the fighters, and this seems like a no brainer. Missing weight is one thing, but if you are actually hospitalized by your weight cut, where you have organs shutting down and the body is on the brink of death, you should be immediately forced to move up a division. Just take the example of Sijara Eubanks moving up to 135 after missing weight a couple times, including for a world title fight. Lets say Sijara was in the middle of a weight cut to 125 and, god forbid, passed away. How could the UFC possibly defend themselves? "Okay, so you have footage of her nearly dying on TUF to make weight. Then you have her rushed to the emergency room during a weight cut with her kidneys shutting down, pulled out of a fight. And after all that... you still let her try to cut to 125 again?" Something needs to be done about these unprofessionals missing weight. It's a huge liability for the UFC and fighter safety.