Our solar system is contained in one spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy, and Ronda Rousey has spent her entire life setting up to arm bar it. That’s Rousey’s final task as a human being — submitting our entire friggin’ galaxy. That’s a massive responsibility to wake up to one Wednesday morning — let’s hope she doesn’t get overwhelmed by trying to comprehend the infinite nature of the universe.
Cris Cyborg wants to fight Ronda Rousey. This should not be new information to you. If it is, then you have a lot of catching up to do. Yesterday the news broke that Cris Cyborg’s doctors are preventing her from having kids. Er, wait. Her doctors said that she shouldn’t cut to 135 lbs because it may lead to her not having kids in the future. Personally, I liked the story better when the doctors were against kids. More people should be.
Yahoo! Sports’ Erik Fontanez caught up with Ronda Rousey’s manager, Darin Harvey, to get his take on Cris Cyborg’s recent doctor allegations (or ‘Weight Gate’ — I made that up). Harvey said that a drug-free Cris Cyborg should be able to cut 10 lbs relatively easily.
If you ask five doctors, you’ll get five different opinions. I guarantee you, you can find doctors that’ll say the weight cut will be fine.
We want that fight because it’s a big money fight. We want to fight Cyborg and I think Ronda can beat her at any weight. But I believe if she’s not taking drugs, 135 pounds will be absolutely no problem.
It’s pretty amazing how just ten pounds is all it takes to determine if someone will be able to give birth. Pediatricians should take note of this scientific revelation.