Reigning UFC women's champion Ronda Rousey said she would reluctantly accept a bout against transgendered fighter Fallon Fox, although Rousey told The New York Post such a fight wouldn't be "fair."
"She can try hormones, chop her pecker off, but it's still the same bone structure a man has," Rousey told the newspaper. "It's an advantage. I don't think it's fair."
Fox, who underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2006, has been discussed among MMA circles since she admitted in March she was born a man. The revelation put her fighting license in jeopardy -- although she has since been cleared to fight -- and raised the question whether Fox should be allowed to fight women.
Fox is 2-0 and has another fight scheduled next month in a lower MMA league.
The discourse took an ugly turn earlier this week when UFC heavyweight Matt Mitrione called Fox "a lying, sick, sociopathic, disgusting freak" among other things in an interview on Monday. The UFC suspended Mitrione indefinitely for vio...