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Biological Male Who Broke Woman’s Skull In MMA Fight Named “Bravest Athlete in History”

by Paul Goldberg
Biological Male Who Broke Woman’s Skull In MMA Fight Named “Bravest Athlete in History”

What in the hell is going on in America? An MMA fighter, a male to female transgender athlete who is dominating her sport and who twice broke an opponent’s skull has been named the bravest athlete in history.

Wow. This is a sucker’s game that many seem to be failing for. Fallon Fox is a former navy specialist who has been winning fights ever since switching over to the women’s side.

Don Trump Jr. was stunned by the news saying:

“More insanity. Where are the feminists? A biological male fractures the scull of an incredible female athlete in a women’s sporting event & is named “bravest athlete in history.”

“Identify how you want but this does a huge disservice to female athletes.”

From The Post Millennial:

But to Outsports, a male-bodied person beating a female bodied person unconscious constitutes bravery. Not only has Fox beat up women in the ring, won every match but one, but has weathered online attacks from the likes of Joe Rogan. I think we can all agree that getting back online after Joe Rogan has knocked you down is far braver than facing another male-bodied of your own muscle mass and size in a fight.

Fox also beat Tamikka Brents, giving her a concussion and breaking 7 orbital bones. But that’s super brave, too, taking an unfair, male-bodied advantage and using it to give female-bodied opponents brain injuries.

Vice defended Fox, saying “Fallon was born with a peen. No one’s perfect. I throw away too much salad. She was raised as a dude, as I am told is traditional in Ohio for babies born with outwardly expressive genitalia. But that peen never did sit right with her and, since 2008, she has been a woman in mind, body, and soul.” Brents was not told that Fox was trans before the fight.

“I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night,” Brents said, recounting her experience fighting Fox.

“I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. 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… I still disagree with Fox fighting. Any other job or career I say have a go at it, but when it comes to a combat sport I think it just isn’t fair.” Vice said this was just “whining.”


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