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MMA getting popular - Getting own public subsection in sportsline

I'm not sure how long this has been around, but I finally noticed that MMA had its own subsection in much like how there's an NFL, NBA, MLB, etc. I find this as a huge step for MMA as sportsline recognizes it as a real sport now and that it's growing tremendously in the mainstream. I browsed through a few articles and the writers seem decent enough, MUCH better than lots of stuff I've seen before. Just wanted to point this out since it excited me.

(Also, the poll is quite funny, I'm surprised to see Gina have such an overwhelmingly high number of votes compared to everyone else)

Edit: Woah, as I wrote this, I noticed Yahoo sports now has an MMA section listed right after Golf and that ESPN just added one in the "More" category on the far right. I checked about 15 minutes ago and noticed ESPN did not have an MMA section at all. Sweet!

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