Does Ronda Rousey have what it takes to change Dana White’s mind?

It’s no secret that Dana White has a stance that some would call anti-woman. And if he doesn’t feel like that is his stance, well I’m sure there are many who will disagree.

Gina Carano talks “Haywire” and MMA at Comic-Con 2011 *VIDEO*

Female MMA star turned movie star, Gina Carano, was at Comic-Con this past week promoting her upcoming movie “Haywire”, directed by Steven Soderbergh and due for release in Jan. 2012.

Scott Coker believes Gina Carano will return to action in 2011

Remember this young lady? Sure you do. That is Miss Gina Carano, the former “face of women’s MMA” who decided to go on MMA hiatus after suffering her very first professional loss in Aug. 2009 against Cris “Cyborg” Santos. Female Fighter of 2009: “Cyborg” Santos

Elite XC did a lot of ridiculous things that caused MMA fans and journalists to smash their heads against the proverbial wall. However, one of the positive things they did was bring attention to women’s MMA. The promotion that brought us $kala also brought us Gina Carano and the 2009 female fighter of the year.

Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos put herself on a collision course with Carano in 2008. After Elite XC closed their doors, the fans hoped that another promotion would save the match up. Eventually Strikeforce stepped up and signed the fighters.

Before taking on the so-called face of women’s MMA, “Cyborg” had to get by veteran Hitomi Akano. The fight almost didn’t happen since Santos didn’t even come close to making weight. In the cage, “Cyborg” was entirely dominant as she finished her undersized opponent late in the third round.

Read Female Fighter of 2009: “Cyborg” Santos

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