To preface, I have read the FAQs and, despite my low post count, lurk the boards a lot, particularly this forum and the grappling forum. I have searched this topic, but have not found the exact answer I'm looking for. A little background, I'm a 22 yo male who was fairl months ago. I'm 6'1" and on my 21st birthday I weighed about 245lbs. Nearly 2 years later I walk around about 185 (just made weight tonight at 175 for a grappling comp tomorrow). I workout regularly and intensely, with my sched. being M-2 hrs BJJ, T-Lifting and Cardio, W-2 hrs BJJ, 1 hr wrestling, TH-Lifting and Cardio, F-2 hrs BJJ and S-1 hr intense cardio, usually some light standup sparring (I don't have time to train boxing anymore due to class/work schedule). Sundays are my rest days. Background stated, I can't figure out which approach to take to get my body where I want it. I'm not particularly concerned with adding or dropping weight, I'm not an elite grappler and can compete at about the same level at 170/175 or 185/190 (the weight classes in local tournaments). My problem is that despite high cardio and moderate strength training, I remain soft in the middle and admittedly have a slight case of moobs (left over from the overweight era). I feel like I eat fairly healthy--lean proteins, fruits or veggies at every meal, low carb, the only thing I drink with calories is milk or occasional juice, rarely drink alcohol. My question is, to eliminate my slight belly and moobs, what should/could I do to my diet. I really can't modify my workouts too much because of my schedule. I feel like my options are to restrict my calories (generally eat just shy of 2000/day) and try to push through the loss plateau, or increase my protein and overall calorie count and do a healthy bulk. Admittedly part of this is vanity. I don't care about being ripped, I prefer functional strength, but I do want to get rid of this damn soft belly. Thanks for reading this far, and any response is appreciated.