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Default Can a male pro athlete beat a smaller, female pro MMA fighter?

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"A former NFL player says he's found the ONE person who could beat Ronda Rousey in an MMA fight -- himself -- saying if the two got in the octagon, Rousey wouldn't stand a chance!!!

The man talking the smack is Jesse Holley -- who played WR for the Dallas Cowboys after winning a tryout with the team on Michael Irvin's 2009 reality show "4th and Long."

Holley -- who's 6'3", 215 pounds -- was on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas this morning ... when the gang began questioning if ANYONE will ever defeat the greatest female fighter in UFC history.

That's when Holley suggested ... himself.

Holley says if he had 8 weeks to train ... he's 100% confident he'd squish her like a bug.

FYI -- Cat Zingano was also 100% confident ... and we all know how that went."

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She's a highly skilled fighter. Once she gets him on the ground - and she will - it's lights out for Bubba. At 6-3, 215, he's got a rather slight build. If he were 25-30 lbs heavier or even if he were a bit shorter at 215, I'd give him more of a fighting chance. But with that slender frame and those long arms, he's just asking for trouble.
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Old 03-Mar-15, 19:46
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Default Re: Can a male pro athlete beat a smaller, female pro MMA fighter?

Tsss.

Here is what happens when a pro male athlete challange an 14 y old mma girl...

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And to challange a pro mma woman is 100 times harder...
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Default Re: Can a male pro athlete beat a smaller, female pro MMA fighter?

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Tsss.

Here is what happens when a pro male athlete challange an 14 y old mma girl...

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And to challange a pro mma woman is 100 times harder...
That is a huge stretch calling those guys pro athletes. They are about the same size as the 14 y.o girl and don't look much older. "Extreme skiers", they just look like teenagers that smoke weed all day and hang out at the ski slops. They have never seen the inside of a gym.
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Even I agree with you deepkick that he wouldn't stand R.R. this guy "extreme skier" is a weak and skinny guy and if he had at least few months of training he would go well with her. There was some challenge on YT the big guy had to least I dont know for about 3-5 minutes vs pro MMA girl in ring, she could kick him out and he couldn't resist, he did it like a joke, almost didn't even broke a fucking sweat while she was screaming while kciking him and looking funny. If some big guy stand in ring with RR and could give some kicking to RR he could beat her easily if he escaped her BJJ/Judo techniques and gets on the floor beacuse that's her teritory.

EDIT: yeah, I don't know who call those skinny wimps pro athletes hahah.
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"A former NFL player says he's found the ONE person who could beat Ronda Rousey in an MMA fight -- himself -- saying if the two got in the octagon, Rousey wouldn't stand a chance!!!

The man talking the smack is Jesse Holley -- who played WR for the Dallas Cowboys after winning a tryout with the team on Michael Irvin's 2009 reality show "4th and Long."

Holley -- who's 6'3", 215 pounds -- was on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas this morning ... when the gang began questioning if ANYONE will ever defeat the greatest female fighter in UFC history.

That's when Holley suggested ... himself.

Holley says if he had 8 weeks to train ... he's 100% confident he'd squish her like a bug.

FYI -- Cat Zingano was also 100% confident ... and we all know how that went."

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She's a highly skilled fighter. Once she gets him on the ground - and she will - it's lights out for Bubba. At 6-3, 215, he's got a rather slight build. If he were 25-30 lbs heavier or even if he were a bit shorter at 215, I'd give him more of a fighting chance. But with that slender frame and those long arms, he's just asking for trouble.
Ha Ha, she's already won...this guy is calculating how much training he'd need...how 'bout only 7 weeks Bubba?
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Even I agree with you deepkick that he wouldn't stand R.R. this guy "extreme skier" is a weak and skinny guy and if he had at least few months of training he would go well with her. There was some challenge on YT the big guy had to least I dont know for about 3-5 minutes vs pro MMA girl in ring, she could kick him out and he couldn't resist, he did it like a joke, almost didn't even broke a fucking sweat while she was screaming while kciking him and looking funny. If some big guy stand in ring with RR and could give some kicking to RR he could beat her easily if he escaped her BJJ/Judo techniques and gets on the floor beacuse that's her teritory.

EDIT: yeah, I don't know who call those skinny wimps pro athletes hahah.





That was Meisha Tate vs some short fat guy. His training looked like it consisted of sitting on the couch all night, drinking beer and eating Doritos. Tate is the #2 best female fighter in the UFC. She couldn't hurt the guy and when she tried to take him down, he ended on top of her both times.
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Nono, some other movie, I would sent you when I find. No Meisha.

edit: Jesus Christ I can't belive she coudln't wreck the shit out of this "drity man" hahah, now my friends don't belive me that a trained male without fighting experience can last 3 rounds with her or any other girl in octagon.
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Nono, some other movie, I would sent you when I find. No Meisha.

edit: Jesus Christ I can't belive she coudln't wreck the shit out of this "drity man" hahah, now my friends don't belive me that a trained male without fighting experience can last 3 rounds with her or any other girl in octagon.
Anyway that is the 2nd best female fighter in the UFC. That short, obese couch potato could of had Tate in big trouble if he was allowed to throw punches when he was on top of her. Honestly, that looked really bad didn't it?

I would like to see whatever video you are talking about.
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Default Re: Can a male pro athlete beat a smaller, female pro MMA fighter?

I'm trying to find it man, really do now.

Yeah, it's fucking funny how someone who is in women MMA like Christiano Ronaldo in football can't stand vs average fat guy who barely breath after one round and makes big money on it.

I personally would be ashmed if someone who don't even train regulary lift more then me in squat, deadlift but this is to much in my opinion.
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here it is man, similair link like yours but it's just much stronger guy, and like I said he didn't even break a sweat
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