Spoiler alert: Women's boxing is in the Olympics for the first time ever, and a 17-year-old American just won gold!
Guangzhou, China, November 26: Li Jinzi of China (blue) boxes Undram Erdenesoyol of Mongolia (red) in the women's 69-75 kg gold medal match at Foshan Gymnasium during the 14th day of the Asian Games. Image via Getty.]
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Saturday night, for the first time ever, two women were the main event at a major mixed martial arts bout. MMA is a full-contact, male-dominated sport:
There's an article on the Reuters Blogs today asking whether women should be allowed to box in the London Olympics in 2012. To be honest, I didn't realize women were not allowed to box. They can weightlift, run, dive play basketball, field hockey, do judo, fence and participate the Modern Pentathalon, but they can't…