Well she's a guy so...
@Skeleton Man, *gasp* so bold, and yet… so brave!
@Hot Coffee, that is actually brave to say what’s not brave is for a man to beat the shït out of a woman and consider himself a champion
Beating women makes you a sports champion? What a time to be alive
@Lord Cthulhu, brings new meaning to the phrase, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.”
@Lord Cthulhu, Chris Brown gonna be World Champion
@Lord Cthulhu, it’s as if everything we were taught not to do as kids is ok now; don’t talk to strangers on the internet now we have tinder and all kinds of apps to meet up with ppl, don’t get in a strangers car now we have uber, don’t hit women now you’re brave and courageous for getting in the ring with a women and beating the fück outta her
How feminism ends.
@Cave Dweller, With thunderous applause
@Nekozombie, …from women.
None will cheer the end of feminism more than women awoken from its poisonous slumber.
@Somervillage, oh yeeeaaaahhh, snap into a Slim Jim
It's going to get worse before it gets better. Lots of female-born athletes are going to lose their titles/positions/careers before enough people stand up and say enough is enough. Supporting trans rights does not need to negate women, unless you're an activist who refuses to think through the pros and cons of a policy.
@NotSpam, Many people are blind bleeding hearts unable to do their own research and listen to facts
@NotSpam, unfortunately the western media has became a breeding ground of spreading such f'ed up ideologies. They push it to the young children to question and confuse themselves whether they're boys or girls. And if you don't support them then the problem is you. Look at movies, shows , games nowadays
@NotSpam, the one thing that I don’t understand is yes I get that we should be considerate to the feelings of trans women but y does that mean we have to be inconsiderate to the feelings of every other woman in that sport except for the one or 2 trans women? Do their feelings not count or does society just think that trans rights r more important then everyone else’s
@Mr HULK, it’s not a coincidence that all of a sudden there r so many trans/non-binary/whatever the newest thing is when even just 10 years ago there weren’t that many in the entire world
I think the only way to stop that is having a separate transgender league
@Geo1345, then they’ll just yell about it more. “How dare they be separated based on their gender!!!”
@Nurse Joy, kick them and then tell to remember biologically they are the sex they were born as and men and women are literally built differently. If they don’t like facts kick them again
@Nurse Joy, sports are separated by sex not gender, we also have separate divisions for disabilities.
@eleven, well considering she surgically transitioned in 2016, she'd probably just knock you out.
@Geo1345, nah have them compete with their natural sex rather than their gender.
@Mag3rPayne, Well, they can be in the disability league, since they fit the requirements.
@Runnin with scissors, how about we change the names from "mens" and womens" sports to "XX" and "XY" sports. Problem solved
Pretty sure he was army special forces too.
They aren't even transgender, they are a dude with pink hair who likes beating up women
@Luciferthefalln1, how's that? She surgically transitioned in 2016.
@but its hard, he cut his d¡ck off big woop, he waited until he was 30, which is way past the point any estrogen will make a difference to your body, only thing it might effect is his metabolism. This is just some dude who has gone through some extreme sh¡t to allow himself to beat up women. Now I'm not saying all trans are not trans, just this one and the other mma fighter who beat up women, if you support this sort of thing you are a sick person.
@Luciferthefalln1, She's certainly going to be stronger but not outside the normal deviation between individuals. Especially after 6 years of HRT.
Not to mention her opponent accepted that she had a strength advantage and still wanted to fight.
Lastly, that other MMA fighter lost to Evans-Smith and even the fight she did win was in line with other fights of a similar type between non trans women.
@Luciferthefalln1, a lot of stupid ppl out there that support men beating women but they’re probably the same ppl that demonized Johnny Depp immediately for allegedly being a wife beater because we don’t have to make sense anymore
@but its hard, just because the other woman accepted the fight doesn’t make it fair if she refused to fight then the woke mob would’ve labeled her a transphobe and made sure she was never able to work again so she didn’t really have much of a choice
@bobbylupo, thank you for saving me the effort of dealing with this wokist, was gonna say the exact same thing
I’m not here to talk about my transition, I’m here to kick some ass!
Doesn't count. you shouldn't even have been in that competition.
Kill me now, every day on this Earth is agony.
OH YEEEA! OH YEEEEEA! OH YEEEEEEAH!
This is what I don't understand shouldn't it be the sex you were born not what you identify as
Stunning and brave.
She surgically transitioned in 2016 and completed all medical requirements, including hormone-level testing, prior to the bout. So how does she have any additional advantage over a muscular woman?
@but its hard, having testosterone for 30+ years amassing bone density and muscle. It’s like saying this guy been doping in steroids for the whole year but stopped a month before the competition, so he’s not actually doping but got all the advantages of it lol
@Hockman9, but it's not a month before, it's 5 years before. Besides people have different levels of muscle mass through genetic diversity, look at the top women in MMA, they are much more muscular than the average. Besides the opponent said she wasn't concerned about the muscle difference “I train with men that are stronger than me all of the time,” said the 35-year-old Provost, a school teacher in the Paris suburbs. “It doesn’t bother me at all. We need to show that MMA is an inclusive sport.”.
@but its hard, bro you’re delusional if you think being a man for 30 years doesn’t put you at a tactical advantage in almost every way. Fallon fox broke a girls skull with less than 2 minutes in the fight. I’m sure that girl also agreed to fight him until she woke up in the Hospital.
@Hockman9, she fractured her orbital bone, which is a fairly common UFC injury. Read more below.
But back to the original point, I said she had an advantage but no more so than any other muscular woman. Higher bone density and muscle mass isn't "a tactical advantage in almost every way". If it was, how did Fox lose to Evans-Smith?
@but its hard, come on r u really one of those ppl that don’t believe men r typically stronger? There’s no difference between men and women in terms of strength get real buddy
I mean Im no caitlin jenner fan but at least she was the champion of her own og gender
I wonder if Celine felt it