Looks like 125-pound division won\u2019t be enough for Paige VanZant anymore. She has never hidden her troubles with getting the desired 115 pounds to fight Strawweight. However, she has decided to share her scary stories with BBC. (quoted by MMAMania.com) \u201dI was having different issues with myself and my body\u201d Paige said. \u201cI was giving myself an eating disorder to make the weight. I recently went up to the flyweight division which is 10 lbs (4.5kg) heavier, which is a huge difference.\u201d Paige VanZant claims she is grateful to Urijah Hall for helping her realize how dangerous that weight cut can be. Hall was recently pulled out of the fight on a weigh-in day because of the seizure. Paige was there to see everything. \u201dI was at a fight where a fellow UFC fighter, Uriah Hall, was cutting weight and he pushed himself just to the brink of death,\u201d she said. \u201cHe had kidney failure and started seizing in the hallway right in front of me. It\u2019s because of that I\u2019m like \u2018I can\u2019t do this anymore.\u201d Weight cutting is a serious problem lately. Fights are continuing to fall out at the last minute. Some fighters even drop up to 30 pounds of excess weight. Even the smallest problem might mean missing weight or a health issue. California has tried to determine some procedures recently and ban fighter dehydration, however, Paige VanZant still believes that fighters must decide on their own. \u201dIt\u2019s our decision to cut weight, it\u2019s our decision to fight at those lower weight classes,\u201d she finished.