MM Heavyweight Rules

 

 

MMWA REGIONALS

Weight Rulings for Heavyweight Classes

4-6 Year Olds

Light Hwt. 67.1 - 77.0

Hwt. 77.1 - 87.0

Super Hwt. 87.1 - 97.0

Super Super Hwt. 97.1 - 107.0

 

7-8 Year Olds

Light Hwt. 82.1 - 97.0

Hwt. 97.1 - 112.0

Super Hwt. 112.1 - 127.0

Super Super Hwt. 127.1 - 142.0

 

9-10 Year Olds

Light Hwt. 110.1 - 130.0

Hwt. 130.1 - 150.0

Super Hwt. 150.1 - 170.0

Super Super Hwt. 170.1 - 190.0

 

11-12 Year Olds

Light Hwt. 133.1 - 158.0

Hwt. 158.1 - 183.0

Super Hwt. 183.1 - 208.0

Super Super Hwt. 208.1 - 233.0

 

13-14 Year Olds

Light Hwt. 170.1 - 200.0

Hwt. 200.1 - 230.0

Super Hwt. 230.1 - 260.0

Super Super Hwt. 260.1 - 275.0

 

If a wrestler is over the weight limit for their age group the wrestler may bump up one age group if they have wrestled 2 tournaments during the season. 

 

Heavyweights for Regionals: A wrestler must weigh within the perimeters of the heavyweight class. If a heavyweight wrestler weighs less than the lowest heavyweight class for their age group and has not wrestled twice for that weight class they are not eligible to compete at Regionals.  Wrestlers cannot weigh-in at Regionals lighter than the two lowest weights that were recorded during the regular season. 

Heavyweights for for State Finals: A wrestler must be within the weight class that was recorded at Regionals.  In other words, the weight class that was competed in during Regionals is the weight class for State Finals.  There is no weight allowance for heavyweights at State Finals!