Women’s Boxing League – female UFC fighter

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The UFC has been a male-dominated sport since its inception. But recently, female UFC fighters have been making waves in the UFC world. Ronda Rousey is one of the most famous UFC female fighters and she’s known for her signature armbar move that’s helped her to win many matches. Women are now appearing in UFC events, taking on male opponents—so what’s the big deal? The big deal is that these women are tough as nails, they can take a hit just like anyone else, and they’re kicking butt all over the place.

What do you think? Is it time to say goodbye to traditional gender roles in sports? Today, there are more woman MMA fighters than ever before–and with 50% of

Women are now appearing in UFC events, taking on male opponents

A lot of people might think this is a bad idea because women are seen as the weaker gender. UFC co-owner, Dana White, has made his feelings about females in UFC clear in the past with comments like “women should be cooking and cleaning”. UFC female fighter, Miesha Tate, has had enough of that kind of sexist nonsense. “If you’re just going to sit there and be negative about it (female UFC), then shut up. What woman wants to hear the UFC doesn’t want her involved in the sport? That’s what I don’t like.”

UFC co-owner, Dana White

Dana White is UFC co-owner. He has made his feelings about females in UFC clear in the past with comments like “women should be cooking and cleaning”. UFC female fighter, Miesha Tate, has had enough of that kind of sexist nonsense. “If you’re just going to sit there and be negative about it (female UFC), then shut up. What woman wants to hear the UFC doesn’t want her involved in the sport? That’s what I don’t like.”

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This was an article about UFC female fighter, Misha Tate. UFC co-owner, Dana White, has made his feelings about females in UFC clear in the past with comments like “women should be cooking and cleaning”. UFC female fighter, Misha Tate, has had enough of that kind of sexist nonsense. “If you’re just going to sit there and be negative about it (female UFC), then shut up. What woman wants to hear the UFC doesn’t want her involved in the sport? That’s what I don’t like.”

These UFC women are tough as nails, they can take a hit just like anyone else, and they’re kicking butt all over the place. Rousey won Women’s Fighter of the Year at the World MMA Awards in 2012.

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Women are tough as nails and can take a hit just like anyone else

Women all over the world have been involved in boxing as well as mixed martial arts for years now. UFC has taken notice and is now allowing women to compete, just like any man. UFC’s female bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is an excellent example of how UFC sees women as equals. UFC president Dana White recently said, “I used to say a woman will never fight in the UFC, ever, and I think it was a smart ass remark at the time. But, here’s the thing: Ronda Rousey doesn’t take punishment very well.” Women can also be seen beating up other girls on TV shows such as TUF 18 or MMA fights such as Invicta FC 5 where they compete for titles.

 

It’s time to say goodbye to traditional gender roles in sports

Traditional gender roles in sports have been flipped on their head. Women are now standing up to fight against their male counterparts, and UFC fighters like UFC’s champion Ronda Rousey are showing what all the hype is about. Women can take a hit just as well as any man, and UFC fighters like UFC’s champion Ronda Rousey are proving that women can also kick butt.

With the UFC, we’re seeing more and more female UFC fighters who are putting themselves out there and taking on male opponents. We all know that this isn’t easy: these female UFC fighters have to be just as tough as any man would be to take such a hit without getting knocked out. But they don’t get knocked out; they stay strong.

Today, there are more woman MMA fighters than ever before–and with 50% of UFC fighters being women, the UFC has been forced to change their rules, so that fights do not go on longer than 3 rounds for female competitors

The UFC has also changed its weight classes so that they’re no longer separated by gender and have created an official ranking system for women only, which will help them get into title matches much

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UFC has been forced to change its rules, so that fights do not go on longer than 3 rounds for female competitors. UFC also changed its weight classes, so they’re no longer separated by gender, and have created an official ranking system for women only which will help them get into title matches much easier. UFC is doing all it can to ensure women are treated equally in the UFC world–and this includes giving them more respect as fighters of equal caliber with male counterparts. As a result, there are now more woman MMA fighters than ever before–and with 50% of UFC fighters being women, UFC has had to make changes to accommodate their growing numbers. If you want some insight into how these amazing females made it possible or if you just need some motivation to get off the couch and get fit, UFC has your back.

 

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