Surprise: transgender “woman” beats tar out of a woman opponent in the ring.

Here’s a real surprise…

A man… bit cut up… beat the stuffing out of a woman.

From Libertarian Republic (the video is brutal):

Transgender MMA [c’mon… MALE] Fighter Destroys Female Opponent

Critics are scrutinizing mixed martial arts (MMA) competitor Fallon Fox, after the transgender fighter gave her opponent a concussion and broke her eye socket.

Fox defeated her opponent, Tamikka Brents, by TKO at 2:17 of the first round of their match. Brent’s eye injury resulted in a damaged orbital bone that required seven staples.

In a post-fight interview this week, Brents told Whoa TV, “I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life.”  [That’s because you weren’t fighting someone whose frame and muscles developed like yours.]

“I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not, because I’m not a doctor,” she stated. [?!?] “I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life, and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right. ”

Fox’s “grip was different,” Brents added. “I could usually move around in the clinch against…females but couldn’t move at all in Fox’s clinch.”

A video (below) of the fight shows Fox throwing several powerful knees to the face and torso of Brents at the start of the match, who pulled guard to protect herself. Then, Brents turns to avoid damage, where she then took about 45 seconds of elbow and fist strikes before the fight was stopped by the referee.

This is not the first time Fox’s gender controversy has been criticized.

In 2013, after a 39-second knockout victory, Fox’s fifth straight first-round victory, it was revealed that Fox had not told the MMA community about his sex-change operation, which took place in 2006.

Equality or nah

Okay… is this different than being a predator?

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9 Responses to Surprise: transgender “woman” beats tar out of a woman opponent in the ring.

  1. Sonshine135 says:

    I guess that’s what happens when reality destroys the cardboard cutout world of escapism- literally. I heard this briefly yesterday, but no surprise that the news media has kept it on the down-low.

  2. Legisperitus says:

    Whoops! Must have forgotten to get that upper body strength surgically removed.

  3. Moral_Hazard says:

    I did martial arts for a few years in my 20s. There were women in our class and the strength differential was enormous. Unspeakably enormous, especially when a large man, like me, is factored in. I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised, but years of watching 100 lb girls kicking butt against three large men in the movies did its damage. When our instructor would deliberately have small women spar against large men was eye-opening. So, no surprise that a man beat up a women.

    [Once again, we see that delusion, illusion, won’t trump reality. I did full-contact Taekwondo for years. During a belt promotion exam they put me up against a guy named Howard, who was rather like a refrigerator. I was a lot faster than he was, but I also weighed a lot less (especially than I do now). I stuffed a really hard sidekick into his midsection. His reaction was to grunt, say, “Nice kick”, and then pound me into the mat. Reality hurts. It was an important lesson.]

  4. Kathleen10 says:

    I don’t follow MMA or women’s fighting. I try to avoid seeing violence of any kind. I did, however, hear an American female fighter, Ronda Roush (may not be spelled correctly), who was asked about fighting a man. Apparently Ms. Roush is very good at what she does. It may be that Ms. Roush knows already what this fighter knows, women cannot fight men and get past that upper body strength deal, but I thought her reasoning on it was intelligent and responsible. She said she didn’t think the image of a man beating up a woman was one that should be out there, because of the reality of domestic violence.

    Anyway, Welcome to Thunderdome. The world has lost it’s mind.

  5. NBW says:

    Terrible…. Is it possible Feminists are about to get what is coming to them: men becoming women and beating women at their own “game”?

  6. AnAmericanMother says:

    You are ALWAYS going to have “gamers” who take advantage of any sport. They always show up with nothing but winning – by any means – on their mind.
    This was inevitable given society’s confusion about what it means to be male or female.

  7. MarylandBill says:

    Even from a secular perspective, it should be obvious that individuals who identify as transgender should not be allowed to compete against women in combat sports. The definition of transgender is so open, that the individual does not even need to have started any sort of hormone treatments to claim the status. Even with the hormone treatments, it is possible to undo the decades of physical development as a male.

    From a Catholic perspective, I am deeply disturbed that people who are obviously deeply troubled are allowed to compete in a combat sport.

  8. ghp95134 says:

    Perhaps I ought to send this link to the wizards in the Pentagon — you know, those who are pushing the artificial “equality” agenda? I want to see if they can understand why it’s a waste of money and time to send women to the USMC Infantry Officer Course and the US Army Ranger School. The article you linked to is excellent proof why women should not be in infantry units — to quote Tamikka Brents, “it just is not fair.”

    US Army Ranger School, May 2015
    Of all the women in an experimental US Army RANGER SCHOOL class — all women failed.
    160 — volunteered for the special “train up” course [that men do not take]; of those,
    60 — passed for entry to Ranger Assessment Program [RAP]; of those,
    19 — passed the entry Ranger School physical fitness test and entered Phase 1 at Camp Darby — we used to call it “City Week.” Before the end of the week, only
    8 — Remained to the end of Phase 1; of those
    8 — Failed; of those
    3 — Recycled to Day One.

    And Phase 1 is the easiest part of Ranger School.

    –Guy

  9. gramma10 says:

    How lovely!