Step 1: First official weigh-in performed by independent firm must occur the day fight contract is signed (published for transparency to the media) Step 2: Random training camp 'unofficial' weigh-ins done (using lightweight professional, calibrated scales), only for fighters signed for an upcoming fight. Only weight-flagged fighters will need arrangements for immediate re-weigh on 'official' large scale pre-calibrated nearby (white-glove remote shipment when fight contract is signed?) Step 3: Fight night weigh-in as usual Step 4: Existing class belt champions and contender status move up one (i.,e Heavyweight champ becomes Superheavyweight), since UFC may not adjust the weights themselves. Step 5: Contract and random weigh-ins results may never be greater than new UFC defined 'pre-fight' training camp weight limits as defined below (suggestions?) Strawweight 115 lb (52.2 kg) -> 120 Flyweight 125 lb (56.7 kg) -> 130 Bantamweight 135 lb (61.2 kg) -> 140 Featherweight 145 lb (65.8 kg) -> 150 Lightweight 155 lb (70.3 kg) -> 160 Welterweight 170 lb (77.1 kg) -> 180 (up 10 vs 5) Middleweight 185 lb (83.9 kg) -> 195 Light heavyweight 205 lb (93.0 kg) -> 215 Heavyweight 265 lb (120.2 kg) - 280 (up 15 vs 10) Step 6: Failed contract weigh-ins result in ineligibility for any contract of that weight class for at least two months (no other penalties) Step 7: Failed random weigh-in (again only for fighters under signed upcoming fights) result in normal fight week weight-in penalties (loss of purse, etc) Step 8: If one fighter is over and the other is under, a catch-weight may be offered This new policy (1) will allow existing champions and contenders to achieve the new limits tested randomly during training camp or decide to move up to a class they can achieve, (2) prevent 'gaming' future weigh-ins and (3) allow fighters in compliance to agree to catch-weight negotiations far in advance of fight week, preventing an unnecessary weight cut.