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Assessing The Womens Game: How Should Strikeforce Handle Its Division?

When it was announced that the first women's title from a top promotion, would be a main event bout between golden girl Gina Carano and Christane Santos the MMA community seemed decidedly split.

Some considered the idea a farce, awarding a "cracker jack prize" to an over-hyped EliteXC freak show fight.

Others understood the idea of a Women's division complete with a champion would be a step forward for Women's prizefighting.

Although, I would prefer a Grand Prix to award such a champion to build name recognition.

The reaction really wasn't what interested me. I was more interested in specifics, namely what the weight limits and round structure will be.

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