You might not need to "cut" if your already at weight. Just a small change in a meal or two can be enough to make the difference. Or even, cleaning up your food choices while keeping calories the same. However, I touched on this breifly in my last post, glycogen replenishment. Ex: If you needed 3,000kcals daily to maintain your weight and your diet consisted of 400 grams of carbs in day (1,600 kcals). Some of those carbs will go towards refilling your glycogen that was lost after intense training.
Lets say you used 100grams of glycogen, then only 300 grams of carbs will be used as fuel through out the day, the other 100 will be stored as glycogen. This puts you at a 400 cal deficit while eating at "maintainence".