You dont know what youre missing then. But to each their own.
Agreed. There are some truely talented woman in MMA, and they should really have your respect. I understand that it might not be your cup of tea, but the notion of "if they aren't good looking I don't want to see them" is kind of ignorant.
Not a thread hijack, I thought this would go along with the theme of the thread (woman in combat sports):
^^Ann-Marie Saccurato and Angel Bovee boxing highlight vid^^
For those that don't know Ann Marie here's from her bio:
5'6½" Ann Marie Saccurato, 28 years old as of 2006, fights at 142-157 lbs. She is from White Plains, New York and trains at New York Boxing Gym in Yonkers.
Ann Marie overcame tremendous odds just to be walking today. In 1995, she was a passenger in a devastating car wreck while returning from a volleyball competition at the Empire State Games. The driver of the vehicle was killed and Ann Marie suffered a punctured lung, broken pelvis, hip, two broken legs, a shattered arm, broken ribs and severe nerve damage. She was not expected to live the night, let alone ever walk again. Being a determined athlete, she proved everyone wrong and immediately took up an aggressive rehabilitation program knowing in her heart she would play sports again....
On September 27, 2007 at the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino, in Lemoore, California, Ann Marie won the WBC Lightweight title (which she had vacated to fight Holly Holm for the Welterweight crown) by knocking out local favorite Jessica Rakoczy of Las Vegas at 1:58 in the tenth round.