Fallon “THE QUEEN OF SWORDS” Fox! A name that’s been on everyone’s lips lately in the world of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). Let’s start with a few seconds of her fighting so that we have perspective. Turn down the sound, there is commentary and music on the videos.
Here is a video of her delivering a brutal 39-second knockout to Ericka Newsome. Skip to 5:50 if you don’t want to see the fighter interviews.
Here is a 1-minute video of her executing a fight-ending arm-bar to Scottie Fortner to win the APFC Women’s Lightweight Championship!
Fallon Fox was born a man, there is a reason anyone, man or woman, who inject hormones is barred from Professional Sports!.
(I’ll let that sink in.)
Adds a whole new level of complexity and depth to her chosen nickname “The Queen Of Swords” doesn’t it?
The woman who won that fight was a man before 2006. Fallon Fox was a man for the first 30 years of her life. The women Fallon Fox fought (say that three times fast…) didn’t know that. Her management contests her past even being an issue because she justifiably should not be discriminated against because of gender, sex, or any interpretation thereof. They believe that her past as a man is irrelevant.
I call Bullshit.
I believe Fallon Fox has a mechanical advantage over her opposition as well as being able to draw upon 30 years of experience using a mans physical tools.
Professional fighting is always divided into weight classes. Example: 250-pound man with 5% body-fat would beat the ever-living snot out of a 200-pound man with 5% body-fat, even if they both were equal in training. Even if the smaller man had more training, a 25% weight difference means it still would not even be a close contest. Size matters.
Now, contrast this with two men of equal training and body-fat. Those make excellent competitive fights. Would you pit a man and woman with equal body-fat, weight, and years of training against each other and believe on any level that it would be fair to the woman? The notion of equality breaks down when we discuss pure physical power. Men are generally bigger, stronger, capable of more genuine violence, and are more aggressive. Largely due to testosterone, even if in her case it has not been present for several years. Her formative years as a man benefited from testosterone and all of the physical perks that came with it. It’s become socially incorrect to point out that difference, however, it’s generally true.
Remember Erika Newsome, the woman Fallon destroyed? She was emotionally crushed as well!
Fallon Fox has undergone more than two years of hormone therapy to become more feminine. She is legally and medically recognized as a woman. However, she will always have a male bone structure, male muscle structure, male knuckles/fists, and male hips. I make special note of the hips because one of the things that finely tuned martial arts systems and boxing coaches stress is that the hips are what generate torque for concussive force. Kicks, punches, elbows and knees knock people unconscious because of power generated in the hips. Refer back to the 39-second knockout video. Hips are also the fulcrum, and most important part of executing an arm-bar. A devastating, fight-ending technique designed to hyperextend and break your opponents elbow.
We aren’t talking about the right to marry, love, or be recognized as the sex or gender of one’s own choosing in the eyes of the government. We are talking about *the fine art of physical violence*. Full contact and direct.
She spoke out on CNN and Inside MMA about fighting, the medical community, and her perspective.
Here is a heartwarming 5-minute documentary where Fallon Fox talks about her journey.
I also suggest that you take an hour to watch the documentary “100% Woman.” Michelle Dumaresq is a transgender woman who entered the competitive world of Elite level downhill cycling and absolutely slaughters her competition by enormous margins. Pay close attention to the objections voiced by women who have bled and sweat to make it to that level. Only to see someone who is a less than average competitor in the Mens division enter as a Woman, with a man’s physicality. Several women open say that they are afraid to cycle close to her because if they bump into each other they will take most of the injury since the other cyclers who were born women are so much smaller and less muscular. It’s like me going up against a sumo, I would not survive a direct clash.
Fallon Fox fighting women is the equivalent of my being able to compete in the “Advanced Children’s Division” at my next Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament. Grossly unfair!
I want to see a fight at 145 pounds between Fallon Fox and Cris “Cyborg” Santos! It would sell out any fight card it was placed on. They are both under scrutiny for injecting hormones and chemicals to manipulate their gender and fighting ability. It would be an epic event!
For those unfamiliar with Cyborg, behold!
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