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    Default 21 Jarige mma vechter Yang Bing overlijd na extreme weightcut

    http://espn.go.com/mma/story/_/id/14...ng-make-weight

    rust in vrede strijder..
    extreem weightcutten is een gevaarlijk verschijnsel
    sommige gaan zo ver om bloedtransfusie en infuus te gebruiken.
    het kan toch niet goed zijn voor je gezondheid in de long run om 20 kilo af te halen voor een party .
    dan ben je extreem verzwakt en daarna moet je lijf zich herstellen van zware stoten tegen je kop .
    ik denk dat zulke verhalen eye openers zijn voor sommige trainers om hun vechters op een natuurlijker gewicht te laten draaien .
    ufc probeert gelukkig een einde te maken aan het extreem weightcutten.
    geen infuus meer daardoor zullen veel vechters weer op een ander natuurlijke gewicht vechten .
    benson henderson is al naar welterweight. berao gaat naar featherweight en ik denk dat nog vele zullen volgen .
    maar je hebt koppige mensen die extreem als een gek weightcutten en daarna zonder infuus herstellen .
    ik hoop dat dit geen problemen gaat opleveren.
    nogmaals conor heb geschiedenis gescheven . maar veel vergeten hoe hij een dag ervoor dr uit zag .
    van 76 naar 65,8 is insane - of nurmagomedov gaat van 95 tot 70 . gekkenhuis.
    yang bing ik hoop dat je dood voor vele een voorbeeld zal zijn en dat de sport wat schoner en gezonder word
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    Yang Jian Bing, a 21-year-old fighter who was scheduled to compete today at ONE Championship 35, has died after his weight cut for the event.
    ONE Championship officials today announced his passing.
    Bing (5-1), a Chinese fighter who started his career on a 5-0 run before a June split-decision loss to Ze Wu in a ONE Championship tournament, was scheduled to fight fellow flyweight Geje Eustaquio (6-4) at today’s “Spirit of Champions” event in the Philippines.
    However, officials canceled the bout when Yang struggled to make weight prior to Thursday’s weigh-ins. He never officially weighed in for the event.
    In a Facebook post, Eustaquio said his opponent “was rushed to the hospital due to dehydration and possible heat stroke.”

    Just prior to the start of today’s event, ONE Championship CEO Victor Cui posted a Facebookupdate and stated the “cause of death is still being determined” but that the organization will “work closely with the family and offer all the support they need in any way we can.”

    Soon after, the organization released an official statement, without mentioning the fighter’s weight cut.
    The ONE Championship (ONE) family suffered a tragic loss when Chinese flyweight Yang Jian Bing passed away on 11 December 2015 at 12.06 PM due to cardiopulmonary failure. The formal hospital medical reports and procedures are still being carried out. He was 21 years old.
    Yang, a native of China was hospitalized at the San Juan De Dios Hospital in Pasay, Philippines, after a sudden collapse on the morning of 10 December 2015.
    At the hospital, Yang received the best medical care possible while ONE officials continuously updated his family directly from his hospital bedside.
    CEO of ONE Championship, Victor Cui said, “There is nothing more profoundly tragic and sad than when a member of the ONE Championship family, current or past, passes away. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones of Yang Jian Bing. We will work closely with the family and offer all the support they need in any way we can during this very difficult time.”
    Cui added, “I want to thank all sports fans around the world for their concern, thoughts and prayers. At this time, we appreciate everyone respecting the Yang family’s privacy as they mourn the loss of their beloved son and brother.”
    Yang competed in the ONE Flyweight Division and his last bout for ONE was on 20 June 2015 and he was scheduled to compete on the card of ONE: SPIRIT OF CHAMPIONS in Manila on 11 December.
    Weight-cutting has long been a staple in the sport, and some drastic cuts have resulted in canceled bouts, hospitalizations and even contributed to a few deaths over the years.
    While the exact cause of Yang’s death is still being determined, his tragic story is likely to reignite the debate about weight-cutting in MMA and the need for more safety protocols.
    For more on ONE Championship 35, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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    Naar bericht zeg, RIP.

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    Het is al vaker gezegd. Wegen 1 dag voor de wedstrijd en op de avond nog een keer.
    Ben je van dat hele gesodemieter af.

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    heftig zeg! RIP
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    Ongelooflijk! Wat een drama..........
    If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.

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    ONE Championship announces new weigh-in program following fighter’s death
    december 23, 2015 1:00 by Guilherme Cruz

    ONE Championship will hold 24 events in 2016, and has announced some changes before the first card of the year in January.

    Twelve days after the death of Yang Jian Bing, who died while attempting to cut weight for a flyweight bout with Geje Eustaquio at ONE Championship 35, the promotion announced a new weigh-in program which bans weight-cutting by dehydration. Under the new program, fighters will have to weigh-in several times before and during fight week, including three hours before the event.

    With the change, ONE Championship fighters "will now compete at their ‘walking-weight’, which will be determined by a robust system that will track his/her weight on a regular basis throughout the period that the athlete is contracted to ONE".

    "ONE Championship has paved the way for MMA in Asia and we have always been at the forefront of innovation for the sport," ONE CEO Victor Cui stated in a release. "By banning weight cutting by dehydration, we are leading the way globally for enhanced safety standards for professional MMA athletes. We believe that through the implementation of this new weigh-in program, our fighters will enjoy a safer and healthier life inside and outside of the cage. I invite the other two major global MMA organizations, Bellator and UFC, to follow in our footsteps to protect athletes and to eliminate the process of weight cutting by dehydration."

    Rich Franklin, former UFC middleweight champion and current vice president of ONE Championship, approves the new system.

    "Today I'm proud to have been involved with developing the new weigh-in program for ONE athletes," Franklin said. "As a former MMA champion, I've been through the process of weight-cutting by dehydration countless times and I know first-hand how it affects an athlete physically. I personally understand the importance of safety and competing at your very best as a professional MMA athlete and after reviewing the new regulations and policies governing the weigh-in procedures and contracted weight limits, this new program does both for our athletes."

    The program is as follows:

    GENERAL REGULATIONS & POLICIES

    RELATED TO ATHLETES’ WEIGHT

    1. Athletes must submit their current walking weight and daily training weight regularly. Athletes will input and track their daily weight online via a dedicated web portal. Athletes may input data weekly but must include daily weights.

    2. Athletes will be assigned to their weight class based on collated data and random weight checks. Athletes are not allowed to drop a weight class when less than 8 weeks out from an event.

    3. During fight week, weights are checked daily. Urine specific gravity will also be checked the day after arrival and 3 hours prior to the event. Athletes must be within their weight class and pass specific gravity hydration tests all week and up to 3 hours before the event. If an athlete falls outside the weight, or fails a test, they are disqualified from the event. Doctors may request additional testing at their discretion.

    4. Catch weight bouts are allowed. However, the athlete with the higher weight will not be heavier than 105% of the lighter opponent’s weight.

    5. ONE will conduct random weight checks on athletes at our discretion.

    6. Athletes may petition to change weight classes outside of the 8-week competition zone and must be within their new desired weight at that time. In addition, athletes must pass a specific gravity urine test when their weight is within the limits of the newly petitioned weight class. ONE doctors can request additional testing to determine the amount of weight drop allowed over a specific time.

    7. The usage of IVs for the purpose of rehydration will not be allowed.

    Overage and limits of weight reduction:

    · 3 weeks to event day: Athlete must be within contracted weight class

    · 4 weeks: 1.5% bodyweight over max

    · 5 weeks: 3%

    · 6 weeks: 4.5%

    · 7 weeks: 6%

    · 8 weeks: +6% max over.

    (ONE Chief Doctor may approve up to +/- 0.5% maximum error in any weekly weight check)

    Matt Hume, vice president of operations & competition of ONE Championship, who joined Dr. Warren Wang, Dr. James Okamoto, Richard Auty and Vaughn Anderson to create the program, believes this is the best solution to fix the problem with weigh-ins in combat sports.

    "The safety of our athletes is the top priority of ONE," Hume said. "After bringing in top medical officials from both the USA and Asia, we believe we have put together the best possible weigh-in program in combat sports. This program will revolutionize the way weigh-ins are conducted around the world and we look forward to the positive outcome it will have on safety standards related to weight-cutting globally."

    The first ONE Championship event under the new program takes place Jan. 23 in Changsa, China.

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    Goeie zaak. Er zullen flink wat wijzigingen komen nu. Wie vechten er als nederlanders bij one ? Latoel toch ?

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    Petje af, ONE Championship!

    Dat dit maar nooit meer mag gebeuren. Hoop dat UFC en andere gauw volgen.

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    zeer goede zaak ..
    lange term gezondheid moet voorop staan helemaal in een sport waar je al erg veel gezondheid mee op het spel gooit.
    de manier hoe sommige atleten met gewicht speelde was schikbarend .
    ik hoop dat vele bonden hier voorbeeld aan nemen ..
    een paar kilotjes eraf ok .. maar meer dan 5 % van je lichaamseigen gewicht op de dag van het gevecht of meer dan 10 % op gevechts dag dat is gewoon spelen met je gezondheid laat staan gasten die nog bloedtransfusies erbij deden ..
    voor een pot kickboxen of mma . gekkenwerk.. gewoon lekker gezond eten en op normaal gewicht dan hersteld je lichaam zo veel sneller van alle schade die je eventueel kan oplopen ...

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    Gewoon dag van gevecht wegen... Dan is het ook voor iedereen hetzelfde...
    Op de dag van de wegen bv 66kg zijn en de dag erna 70+... Waarom dan nog gewicht klasses hebben??

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    Quote Originally Posted by train2grow View Post
    Gewoon dag van gevecht wegen... Dan is het ook voor iedereen hetzelfde...
    Op de dag van de wegen bv 66kg zijn en de dag erna 70+... Waarom dan nog gewicht klasses hebben??
    Ook met op de dag zelf wegen loop je tegen een gezondheidsprobleem aan. Dan heb je namelijk niet mer de tijd om te hydrateren. Vaker wegen zoals bij one fc is top, alleen logistiek niet haalbaar voor veel organisaties denk ik.

    Volgens mij moet je gewoon en dag van tevoren wegen en op de dag van de wedstrijd nog een keer. Doktoren kunnen vast wel vertellen wat aanvaardbare gewichtstoename is in 24 uur. Dat percentage gebruik je bij de verschillende gewichtsklassen.

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    Het voordeel van dit systeem is dat je tussen de gevechten door ook geen 15 kg meer aankomt dus het nodigt uit om vaker te vechten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by appelsap View Post
    Ook met op de dag zelf wegen loop je tegen een gezondheidsprobleem aan. Dan heb je namelijk niet mer de tijd om te hydrateren.
    Dat afvallen door extreem vochtverlies wordt dus ook gebanned.
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