Last week, the Louisiana State Boxing and Wrestling Commission issued an "emergency rule" barring women who have breast implants from competing in MMA fights unless they have express written permission from the doctors who performed their surgery. Why? For the douchiest, stupidest possible reasons.
Professional fighters are supposed to be infinitely stoic and fearless. But according to a new study, they actually experience fear like anyone else, and employ complex techniques to manage it. It's almost like men have feelings or something.
If you're staying in and skipping Eat, Pray Love tonight, check out Strikeforce on Showtime, where 135-pound MMA phenom Miesha Tate will be part of a one-night tournament. She's not just fighting her opponent — she's battling sexism.