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1/9/14 1:39 PM
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This may have been covered before but I can't search threads so I'm going to go ahead and ask.
What's the policy for a female fighter that becomes pregnant. Obviously she can't fight, and if she is champion do they treat it like an injury and strip the title if she's out too long? Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 1:41 PM
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1/9/14 1:43 PM
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How is this WFA Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 1:51 PM
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I'm sure if a female champ got preggo, she would understand she has to give up the belt.

No clue what any policy would be. Maybe one of our female fighters will chime in

1/9/14 1:57 PM
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1/9/14 2:17 PM
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This is definitely not WFA, just because it only applies to women fighters doesnt make it irrelevant.

Heres to hoping Thug Rose sees this and graces us a response
1/9/14 2:20 PM
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Takes 9 months to have a baby and a few more months to recover and get back to normal life.

UFC champions have sat out longer than a year on multiple occasions. This is one of the many reasons an interim title exists. Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 2:22 PM
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Anthomis - Takes 9 months to have a baby and a few more months to recover and get back to normal life.

UFC champions have sat out longer than a year on multiple occasions. This is one of the many reasons an interim title exists. Phone Post 3.0
Yes but with the new limit on champions being out for however many months, with a complicated pregnancy they might exceed that if they choose to be home for recovery instead of launching back into another camp Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 2:23 PM
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I stand corrected!

1/9/14 2:43 PM
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RickStorm -

I'm sure if a female champ got preggo, she would understand she has to give up the belt.

No clue what any policy would be. Maybe one of our female fighters will chime in

I hope Ronda doesn't get pregnant while holding the belt. You can kiss that kid goodbye. That bish loves her belt. Phone Post 3.0

Don't let her near Fedor!

1/9/14 3:13 PM
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1/9/14 3:15 PM
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Nice Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 3:24 PM
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Lol at that gif. Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 3:33 PM
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1/9/14 6:01 PM
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I would think most professional WMMA fighters wouldn't risk getting pregnant whilst fighting due to the risk factors to the fetus

And they're all lesbians Phone Post 3.0
1/9/14 10:16 PM
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The Nightstalker - I would think most professional WMMA fighters wouldn't risk getting pregnant whilst fighting due to the risk factors to the fetus

And they're all lesbians Phone Post 3.0
Accidents happen man Phone Post 3.0
1/10/14 12:50 AM
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Do the women have to take a pregnancy test as part of their preflight physical ? Phone Post 3.0
1/10/14 12:55 AM
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Fortunately Caraway doesn't own a belt so no problem if Meisha impregnates.
1/10/14 3:53 AM
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I think Zuffa has rights on the first born child. I could be wrong though.

1/10/14 4:08 AM
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Letibleu -

I think Zuffa has rights on the first born child. I could be wrong though.

I believe they do. They are to train them since day 1 into a super fighting machine! Phone Post 3.0
1/10/14 11:22 AM
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If it's alright for Beladonna to take a baseball bat up her hoop at 6 months pregnant, I don't see why WMMA should be allowed to phone it in.

heh.
1/10/14 3:08 PM
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Letibleu -

I think Zuffa has rights on the first born child. I could be wrong though.

Correct. It's called the "Rumpelstiltskin clause". Phone Post 3.0