It's never going to be as big as men's but if someone bothered to do some half decent marketing and really made a run at it, who knows? I mean how about some focus groups? serious marketing strategies? why not dump a few mil into this thing and see if there is really a large enough market in it? I'm not sure how many orgs have really done that. I think women who like MMA might find some appeal in it, me I can appreciate how hard these ladies work at it, it's hard for a woman to not "hit like a girl" so I can bet they drill technique more than most men do. There have been a few great wars in Wmma, and I think we will see the talent pool expand as more women who normally would have done TMA, Boxing, kickboxing, or grappling look into trying MMA. The women are out there....
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