A lot of people say that a true champion should go up a weight class to challenge another champion and not down but I don't agree with that always. If a fighter cuts weight to make their current weight class than they are big for their weight class and going up in weight isn't as hard as they are closer to their natural weight. Think DC going from LHW to HW. If a fighter is cutting weight to realistically go down 2 weight classes, their normal weight class and then down to their new opponents they are taking a risk in not making weight, losing cardio, strength, size advantage, speed, stamina, and their chin's ability to take punches can fade. So, for Dillashaw to go down to fight Cejudo, Dillashaw is taking a lot of risks. He already cuts to make Bantamweight and now has to make an extreme cut to make Flyweight which is below Bantamweight. So, I'd say hat's off to Dillashaw for taking this fight, Henry is fighting at the weight that he's already comfortable at and also cuts to make and Dillashaw is risking a lot coming down. Agree/Disagree?