The history of sports has been written by legends throughout the millennia. From boxing to football, sports have always been the place to showcase true athletic talents and sportsmanship. That was until the Democrats won the election. Thanks to President Biden, woke culture has burrowed itself into mainstream sports. And what does that look like exactly? Introducing “the bravest athlete of all time” Fallon Fox.
Don’t worry if the name doesn’t ring a bell at first. Fox is an MMA fighter who has gained a reputation for destroying the competition within the octagon. It was only back in 2014 that Fox would beat a female opponent so severely that she not only suffered a concussion but broke parts of her skull.
While MMA has always been a brutal sport, there is more to Fallon Fox than meets the eye. While some writers might consider her to be one of the next great fighters, there is something you might want to know about Fox. She was born a man.
That’s right, all those wins, and accolades don’t seem to amount to much when the facts are brought to light. To make matters even worse, Fox’s 2014 opponent, Tamikka Brents, didn’t even know that Fox was a man before she agreed to face him.
Here is what Brents told reporters after recalling the fight. “I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right. … I still disagree with Fox fighting. Any other job or career I say have a go at it, but when it comes to a combat sport I think it just isn’t fair.”
Brents can thank woke culture for the brutal beating she took at the hands of Fox since they are praising the achievements Fox is making within the MMA. Cyd Zeigler, a sportswriter for an LBGTQ outlet, drooled over Fox as he wrote, “She’s been inducted in the LGBT Sports Hall of Fame. She is an indelible part of LGBT sports history. And, maybe most importantly, she generated conversations and opened possibilities for trans athletes in women’s sports that will be felt for generations.”
But what does Fox have to say about the whole ordeal? As he/she sees it, there is nothing wrong with a biological born male assaulting women while dominating their sport. Fox said, “I’m not the first female MMA fighter who’s broken another fighter’s bones or caused a large amount of stitches or a concussion or any combination of those. And people will of course, because I’m trans, hold it up as this devastating thing that couldn’t possibly happen if I weren’t trans. But there are many different examples of similar things happening.”