"Walking around weight..." is the most ridiculous metric thrown around in the wrestling community.
#1 Wrestlers are notorious liars about this weight. They round up, they use the maximum they have ever seen on a scale, or they just make it up.
#2 Even if accurate, it only is relevant if they give you an accurate body fat percentage at that weight.
If Steiber and Fix are serious about the WC's, they will get down to weight.
Ching, I disagree. Cutting weight is a huge (and probably the worst part) of the sport.
As far as Stieber, I tend to agree with Ogalthorpe. Did Logan peak and reach his prime in 2016? Did the weight cut to 61 drain him physically? Can he bounce back, readjust and compete for the 65 spot again?
As for Fix, when was the last time he cut to 125? Again I could be 100% wrong on this one and maybe Daton has every intention of staying down at 57, but if I had to pick my 2018 American World Cup/World Championship team right now, I'd pencil in Spencer at 57 and Daton at 61.