Former UFC champion, Frankie Edgar, dropped his weight to compete Featherweight division after he didn\u2019t have a great score in the Lightweight division. His result was 7-3, with three knockout victories, and his coach, Mark Henry, is worried. But how low can someone\u2019s body go? Unfortunately, Frankie Edgar doesn\u2019t have a chance to chase the title sooner in the 145-pound division, so his coach, Mark Henry, set an impossible task. He would like to see Frankie Edgar fighting Bantamweight division. (quoted by MMAMania.com) I\u2019ll tell you one thing: I would love to see Frankie fight at 135,\u201d Henry told ESPN. \u201cEvery time Frankie has fought somebody his own size, he\u2019s done very well. It\u2019s tough when you\u2019re giving up size, height and range.\u201d Frankie Edgar risked his spot in a title fight versus Max Holloway by facing Brian Ortega. Since Ortega won the fight via knockout, Frankie is eliminated of the title shot. \u201cHonestly, I don\u2019t think he\u2019ll move down unless it\u2019s for a title,\u201d Henry said. \u201cI think for him, it\u2019s a toughness thing. I\u2019m guessing he looks at it as moving down looks like a weakness. Well, that\u2019s his weight. If Frankie is 15 pounds less than someone on fight night, that\u2019s three weight classes in boxing. That\u2019s a lot.\u201d Mark Henry believes this is possible. However, maybe Kenny Florian should provide additional explanation. Edgar turns 37 this year, and he has a score of 22-6-1. Due to his age, he has to return to his horse as soon as possible, and picking people of his size could be highly beneficial. But the question of his weight class and next opponent remains open for now. It definitively looks like an impossible challenge. What do you think, can Frankie Edgar drop at 135?