Hey guys, I have my first fight coming up next weekend. I'm fighting at 140, wake up in the morning at 142 after using the bathroom and go to bed around 144. I usually lose 3 lbs or so after working out. I've dropped from 149 to 142 in 3 weeks prior when I found out about the fight so 2 lbs/week. I am an ectomorph (very lean, very little body fat). Total daily intake is 2000-2300 calories, far reduced from what I used to eat. I run 5x/week for ~30-45 min + train 2-3 hours per day 6 days/week. The weigh-ins are 3 hours prior to the fight. I would like to eat a great meal the night before. I'm concerned about weighing in though if I eat a heavy meal the night before. My question is: What weight should I shoot for during the middle of the week? Night before the fight? How should I modify my diet below? Should I dehydrate or try to jump off pounds if I'm still a lb or 2 over? My current diet is: 9:30am Breakfast (~500 calories) 1 cup oatmeal 2 egg whites 1/2 grapefruit 1/4 cantaloupe 12:30pm Lunch (~400 calories) Large mixed greens salad with tomatoes, asparagus, cucumbers, grilled vegetables, 1 egg white, etc. 3 oz of chicken 3:30pm Afternoon Snack (~200 calories) 1 Balance Bar 6pm Pre-Workout Snack (~100 calories) 1 Banana 9:30pm Dinner (~400-500 calories) 1/2 cup quinoa or similar grain 3 oz salmon or chicken Kale/Collard Greens/other sauteed vegetables. 11pm before bed snack (~200-300 calories) 1 non-fat yogurt 1 apple 1/4 cup cottage cheese My bad habits include eating extra at various points of the day when I get home. I eat maybe 2 out of 4 of these late at night (~200-300 calories) -E.g. a TBSP of peanut butter -1 oz of beef jerky -1 wheat toast -1 corn on the cob Take in at least 14-16 cups of water or green tea/day from drinking, not food Thanks everyone for your help I appreciate it.