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  • 03-29-2013, 06:28 PM
    cpac77
    I wouldn't pull out.
  • 03-29-2013, 06:01 PM
    mma #1 fan
    too bad the chick in your very bottom pic did not roll her ankle who puts on a pair of stilettos for a fucking weigh in
  • 03-29-2013, 05:47 PM
    The8thPlague
    Quote Originally Posted by TheKidInside View Post





    I'd eat strawberries from between those cheeks.
  • 03-29-2013, 05:15 PM
    TheKidInside
    Women simply aren't built or "designed" like men, simple as that. You can spew all the feminism nonsense you want but the fact of the matter is, everything from fast twitch muscle fibers to spacial awareness is different in men due to MILLIONS OF YEARS OF EVOLUTION.

    So, yes, they are viewed as "inferior" but that doesn't mean I don't love wMMA...except when you see nonsense like Jessica Aguilar was doing yesterday, punching with her had up and she looked liked my 8 year old cousin doing muay thai, just sluggin' away and she has had TWENTY (20) PROFESSIONAL FIGHTS AT THIS POINT...





  • 03-29-2013, 03:47 PM
    lwbrewer
    If a women had the genes to be stronger than all men just think what she's look like
    Cyborg is a start of that, and nobody would pay to see it
    Biggest hold back is most parents don't have there little girls starting out as fighters and those that might don't always have the genetics to do it.
  • 03-29-2013, 03:08 PM
    W.Silva>C.Norris
    Quote Originally Posted by joeodd2 View Post
    yeah the human race has a long way to go when it comes to equality for all. I mean don't get me wrong, women fighting is a huge step in the right directions, but attitudes toward them have not really changed that much from the 1950's. Man men if not most see them as weaker for the most part. Even though they can bear the most painful human experience possible, which is childbirth. Because they have less density in their muscles, they are somehow regarded as inferior athletes. I think for many women that fuels them to continue to improve their technique. But just as it is with the men, very few women are Great fighters. Hopefully as more great fighters emerge, they can inspire new generations of female fighters. In 20 or 30 years who knows?
    As long as women compete in their own leagues, divisions, and such, yes they will be viewed as inferior athletes, and rightfully so. Until we need to stop putting a w in front of a sport name, there is _NO_ way you can possibly consider it equal. Rousey may be great, but how do you think she does against 135lb men? How about Cyborg at 145? Think they'd even top 10? Do you remember what happened when Annika Sörenstam tried the PGA instead of the LPGA? Take the MVP out of the WNBA(I'll admit, I know nothing about the current players in pro basketball, let alone womens), and put her in the NBA. How well does that go?

    Unfortunately, and through no fault of the gender, women are inferior athletes to men. Its nobodies fault but evolution and biology, and no amount of rights will ever change that. Sometimes reality>equality.
  • 03-29-2013, 02:32 PM
    joeodd2
    yeah the human race has a long way to go when it comes to equality for all. I mean don't get me wrong, women fighting is a huge step in the right directions, but attitudes toward them have not really changed that much from the 1950's. Man men if not most see them as weaker for the most part. Even though they can bear the most painful human experience possible, which is childbirth. Because they have less density in their muscles, they are somehow regarded as inferior athletes. I think for many women that fuels them to continue to improve their technique. But just as it is with the men, very few women are Great fighters. Hopefully as more great fighters emerge, they can inspire new generations of female fighters. In 20 or 30 years who knows?
  • 03-28-2013, 04:25 PM
    rspier
    Quote Originally Posted by TBEAR View Post
    Do you hthink she will be taken as a legit fighter with a nickname like Karate Hottie
    I imagine if she proves herself in the cage she'll be taken as seriously as any other female fighter... Lets be honest, they are already taken less seriously than the men... Which is absurd... So I don't mind her whatever gets my foot in the door attitude, as long as she backs it up(pun not intended haha)
  • 03-28-2013, 04:19 PM
    Cat--Smasher
    Quote Originally Posted by rspier View Post
    I started reading this article and thought... There better be a picture... You did not disappoint. Lol
    Of course I did. If I didnt, I am sure you would have seen a Hulk Smash coming my way from the boss (aka Tbear).

    Quote Originally Posted by TBEAR View Post
    Do you hthink she will be taken as a legit fighter with a nickname like Karate Hottie
    I am sure she will when she 'crane kicks' some girls teeth out.

    Quote Originally Posted by rivethead View Post
    Waterson is a well-rounded, game fighter who has been steadily improving since Fight Girls. A win over Penne--no slouch either--would propel her into top 10 Wp4p, in my opinion.

    rh
    She's got the skills and she's got the looks. I am sure we will see her in the UFC soon or even WSoF. http://www.mmaweekly.com/world-serie...-in-the-future - World Series of Fighting Planning to Showcase Women’s MMA in the Future
  • 03-28-2013, 01:59 PM
    KevoOnTheRadio
    Quote Originally Posted by rivethead View Post
    Waterson is a well-rounded, game fighter who has been steadily improving since Fight Girls. A win over Penne--no slouch either--would propel her into top 10 Wp4p, in my opinion.

    rh
    This ain't got shit to do with the thread, stay on topic RH.


    Mmmm....DAT ASS! Fuck yea....
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