What do you think is the hardest part of being a fighter? Would you think its the actual intense training, strict regiment, the fight it self, getting hit, testing your cardio out in front of thousands of viewers? I would think the top 2 things that must be horrendous to deal with as a fighter would be the weight cut, and the anxiety. Weight cut's will always suck. No one weight cuts to get an advantage, they weight cut to not be at a disadvantage. So it must suck having to cut weight in order to stay competitive. That's the biggest obstacle I think that comes when yous sign a contract, the battle against the scale. Until you get those top notch nutritionist and that mental toughness to steam through things, weight cutting will be the biggest obstacle for a fight. The biggest thing that must be a killer dealing with too must be the anxiety, I can assume a week long weight cut must be easier to get through than months long of anxiety. The relief after a fight must be the most awesome thing ever, where you can comfortably relax and eat a meal and rest with out having to worry at all about anything. What do you guys think is the hardest part about being a fighter?