We only got to read one side of the story- from the jilted person's perspective. No judgements passed with out more information.
Unless there were a lot of things in the article were outright fabricated, there is no way to see it from another perspective. ADCC was fucking people over.
But I do agree that a ton of weight cutting for bjj tournaments shouldn't be allowed.
Then they should have the same rules for everyone. Also, how the hell is that even enforcible? They are flying people in from all over the world, it's not like they can do monthly skin-fold tests like you can in college wrestling to make sure an egregious amount of weight isn't being cut (and even in that situation, that's for like truly gigantic amounts, not 8-10 lbs.).
I appreciate your right to your opinions but it doesn't change mine.
I reiterate- We do not have any way of knowing what was required of or how any of the other competitors were actually treated with out hearing it directly from them. Cat didn't spend every minute of the tournament and the down time observing the interaction between tournament officials and them. It isn't possible.
Why should everyone automatically be treated to the exact same everything? Some competitors are a bigger draw than others. It has nothing to do with being fair. It's a privately run organization with no obligations to spend the same amount of money on each participant. If the other women in the tournament were given different treatment/accomodations then it is entirely possible that they or their representatives negotiated for it before the tournament where Cat's camp did not.
How would weight management be enforceable? Exactly how they did it- multiple weigh ins over the course of the tournament.