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  1. pon
    pon March 12, 2013 at 9:05 PM |

    let fox fight santos….man on estrogen vs woman on testosterone ..well just the results from there

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  2. Rhakeem
    Rhakeem March 12, 2013 at 11:11 PM |

    I am pretty sure that will NEVER be the case. The mindset, physicality, and a lack of “natural” female phenomenon like a menstrual cycle, or a female puberty processes put males to female trangenders at a clear advantage. If you can skip the hard parts of being that sex, you have an advantage.

    As a man, there are specific challenges of being a man. It is the same for women. Female athletes have to worry about birth control, menstrual cycles, femininity, and female emotions. If one ever coached males and females, it is obvious there is a different approach that has to be taken. You can’t coach the sexes the same way. That is just the mental aspect of sports.

    In wrestling young small females sometimes compete well against males. The 105 lbs, 115 lbs classes have some competitors but go up to lager contestants, 150 lbs to 200 lbs; it is NEVER feasible to have females compete against males. It is even almost dangerous.

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  3. john hackleman
    john hackleman March 12, 2013 at 11:21 PM |

    did she/he have “the” surgery?

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    1. fightmedicine
      fightmedicine March 12, 2013 at 11:27 PM |

      I believe she had the complete transgender operation

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      1. john hackleman
        john hackleman March 12, 2013 at 11:30 PM |

        I feel if she has a vagina… she’s a woman

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