In a recent interview with BBC's Newsbeat, she said she developed an eating disorder on her various treks down to 115 pounds. ... Weight cutting—a practice in which athletes lose massive amounts of weight ahead of contests in order to compete in lighter divisions—is rife in MMA. While the majority of cuts are without incident, a number of fighters die each year because of complications. ... The UFC, to this point, has avoided seeing one of its athletes die from a weight cut, but there have been some troubling situations. ... "I was at a fight where a fellow UFC fighter, Uriah Hall, was cutting weight, and he pushed himself just to the brink of death," she told Newsbeat. "He had kidney failure and started seizing in the hallway right in front of me. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-myself-an-eating-disorder-to-make-the-weight I hope this division doesn't end up like Cyborg's with like 2 fighters. It's interesting to see eating problems among different MMA athletes though. There's this on one end and then guys that can't even make weight 20 lbs above their natural weight class. It's like -- don't purge yourself of food and don't stuff yourself with food -- why can't people on either end of the spectrum just count calories responsibly and be done with it? That's the gamut of eating problems though, I guess. It must be the same reason why most people can drink responsibly but some can not. Didn't Daniel Cormier also suffer kidney failure in the Olympics or something? IMO, it's only a matter of time until a UFC fighter dies unless the UFC preemptively reforms the weight classes and cutting.