Transgender Wants To Fight Girls In UFC

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Born a man, Fallon Fox had gender reassignment surgery at the age of 30 back in 2006. She has been fighting in the Championship Fight Alliance (CFA) and has a record of 2-0.

After beating her opponent, Ericka Newsome, in just 39 seconds on Saturday night, she is now setting her eyes on the UFC. She hopes to enter and fight in the women’s division.

What do you think? Is this fair or unfair? And do you think the UFC will allow this?

NBA’s “Wild Child” Has A Good Time In North Korea With Leader Kim Jong Un

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Ex-NBA’s “Wild Child,” Dennis Rodman, made an expected trip to North Korea along with the Harlem Globetrotters to end their HBO Documentary tour. But, what was unexpected were the comments made. After Rodman left the country, ABC News reported he called leader Kim Jong Un an “awesome guy” and said his father and grandfather were “great leaders.” This comes as a shock to Americans as North Korea is known for their continued ruling by starvation and banning … well… almost everything.

Not only that, but Rodman made a huge mistake by tweeting:
DennisRodmanTweetWhoops! Reports say Psy, creator of Gangnam Style, was pretty elated. I’m assuming “elated” was an understatement. By the end of his trip, Rodman was one of the only high-profile Americans able to sit with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un. This was also a surprise, especially to Google Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, who made a four-day trip to Pyongyang in January and didn’t even get close to the North Korean leader.

Why was Rodman accepted so well by Kim Jong Un? Well, one of the few things that is known about the secret life of the North Korean Leader is that when Kim was in a Swiss Boarding School, he was an NBA fanatic. He was especially fond of the flamboyant Rodman and all of the 90’s Chicago Bulls. After the controversy, Rodman tweeted, “I’m not a politician. Kim Jung Un & North Korean people are basketball fans. I love everyone. Period. End of story. #WORMinKorea.” This was weird since Twitter is banned in North Korea. But I guess if it makes Americans feel better … especially the Obama Administration.

In the end, Rodman told the North Korean leader, “You have a friend for life.” Who knows, maybe a relationship with an American like Rodman will help diminish the tension between North Korea and the USA. Then again, Rodman is NBA’s “Wild Child.”