Perhaps the biggest women's mixed martial arts (MMA) fight that could possibly be made at the moment will probably never see the light of day anytime soon.
With Cristiane Santos' recent request to be released from her Strikeforce contract with Zuffa — parent company of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) — and her unwillingness (or anatomical inability) to drop down to 135 pounds, a much-desired fight between bantamweight queenpin Ronda Rousey and "Cyborg" will likely remain a mere fantasy.
For "Rowdy," it makes no difference because at the end of the day she has options, while "Cryborg" has very few. In fact, according to Rousey, the Brazilian only has one if she wants to remain "relevant."
She broke it down at today's (Feb. 12, 2013) UFC 157 media conference call:
"I think that she's just kind of making a lot of noise and trying to get attention because she's kind of leading to be irrelevant. She hasn't had a r...