(Click on the chart for the full size version. For previous Databombs, click here.) By Reed Kuhn, @Fightnomics Wondering if you’re big or just average? Just how big is averageÃ‚Â for a UFC fighter? Well that depends on the weight class obviously. Here’s the current UFC roster of fighters put into divisions with average (mean) height and reachÃ‚Â (mean averages based on UFC Roster as of June, 2013).Ã‚Â Next time someone says a fighter is big for their weight class, check the facts first. The range of UFC divisions spans 140 pounds, which on average translates into about one foot of additional height and reach from the Flyweights to the Heavyweights. It’s important to note there is plenty of variability that occurs with in each weight class. Bodies are tall and lean or sometimes short and stocky. And the larger the division is, the wider the range of maximums and minimums. Just think of heavyweights Stefan Struve and Pat Barry facing off with over a one foot height differential in the same weight class.