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Transgender MMA Fighter Who Broke Skull of Woman named ‘ Bravest Athlete in History ‘

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Transgender MMA Fighter Who Broke Skull of Woman named ' Bravest Athlete in History '
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MMA Fighter Fallon Fox has twice smashed an enemy skull to win matches and is now being celebrated by some in the LGBT community as the “bravest athlete in history.”

In a recent article written by Cyd Zeigler, Outsports, a sports news website, gave Fox the nickname “Bravest Athlete in History.”

Fox, who is a biotech man fighting female rivals, counts as “brave,” since “she was the object of a torrent of hostility that I never saw, literally, against LGBTQ athlete.” Breitbart.com reports: As violent as the despised Foz may have been, the threat of the social media is highly unlikely to ever crack his skull. The title of bravest competitor would have been given more accurately to biological women, who went to the cage with a warrior, with no hope of matching power and athletic ability.

Fox, the transgender male to female athlete, killed Erika Newsome in a Coral Gbles, FL, MMA fight in which she “safeguarded Newsome’s head… with her hands grasping the back of Newsome’s cranberry she gave her huge knee, lifting her leg, pushing her adversar’s head down. The blow came down on Newsome’s head, and she fell unconscious, face-first on the ground.

But for Outsports, a male-carried man who unintentionally beats a female-carried individual is bravery. In the ring, Fox has not only dominated women, winning every fight, but also weathered online attacks from Joe Rogan’s likes. I think we all agree that returning to the Internet after Joe Rogan has shot you is far braver than confronting another man with muscle mass and size in a battle.

Fox defeated Tamikka Brents too, giving her seven orbital bones to crack. But it is also super brave to take an unequal, male-controlled advantage and use it to damage women’s opponents.

In his career account Vice even defended Fox: “Fallon was born with a peen. No one’s great. No one’s perfect. I throw too much salad away. She grew up as a dude, as I am told is traditional in Ohio for babies born with outward-looking genitalia. But that peen never sat right with her and she was a woman in mind, body and soul since 2008. “Fox was not told that she was trans before she was with him at the ring,” the Post Millennial wrote.

“I’ve fought a lot of women and never experienced the intensity I did during a fight that night,” Brents said, recounting her Fox experience. “I can’t answer if she’s a man born or not because I’m not a doctor. I can only say that in my life I have never felt so stressed and I am an abnormally strong woman… I still do not agree with Fox fighting. Any job or career I say has been a challenge, but when it comes to combating sport I think it’s not fair. “The Post Millennial report states that the International Olympic Committee said it would take a year to treat transgender men who compete against women and women so that they could gain some male advantages by” years of hormones

“There are no cohesive federal legislation in the US to determine what makes a male eligible for women’s competition and, while men won women’s championships, female athletes have not increased to top ranks in male competition,” the Website reported.

“My teammates had no idea that I was queer, Fox said to Outsports. They remembered my stamina, resilience and the ability to reduce weight in the same category as the female cisgender. Within their hearts, there was no sense that I didn’t belong. They didn’t think’ My God, she’ll kill someone.’ “They didn’t think.

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