She misrepresented herself by claiming to be licensed in CA.
leading FL. to assume she had proven herself qualified to compete as a woman.
I'm curious Cowgirl, in your opinion, would someone like Fallon have any strength advantage over other women her body weight?
See, I got the feeling that wasn't Kanto's reasoning, which is why I asked
. Speaking from experience, any strength advantage you have from being a guy, goes out the window when you start hormone therapy. Consider this, when Fallon started taking hormones, she also began taking an androgen blocker. She was preventing her body from producing testosterone. Again, speaking from experience, that kills the muscle mass, it's like starting all over again. Contrary to popular belief, hormone therapy isn't just about feminizing looks, the only thing it does for that is soften the skin, redistribute some body fat, and of course grow breasts. That's all surface deep, bigger changes happen internally which can't be seen. So, oldfan, to answer your question, no I don't believe there is any strength advantage in this situation.
Honestly I think this woman could probably beat Cyborg because she'd have a strength advantage over her. I think the promotion that put on her fight needs to find a replacement in order to save face. This woman will probably loose her license and never fight again in the US.
Why do you think this?