Should an athlete who was born a man, but then became a female be allowed to compete in professional MMA against other females? The question is hotly debated but in the case of Fallon Fox, the regulatory body that matters the most has made their decision:
A Florida regulatory agency that oversees the state's athletic commission has found insufficient evidence to prove transgender MMA fighter Fallon Fox committed fraud prior to her most recent bout.
An investigation into Fox's fight license is now closed, according to a ruling today by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
The decision clears the way for Fox (2-0) to compete at CFA 11, which hosts the semifinals of a women's featherweight tournament on May 24 at BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Fla. The event is expected to air live on AXS TV.
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