UFC fighter Sean O’Malley took to social media after seeing a video of transgender MMA fighter Alana McLaughlin.

UFC’s Sean O’Malley Blasts Trans MMA Fighter Alana McLaughlin

Sean O’Malley of the UFC slams trans MMA fighter Alana McLaughlin.

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“Sugar” Sean O’Malley, a rising star in the UFC’s bantamweight division, is not enthusiastic about the possibility of males defeating women in mixed martial arts.

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Alana McLaughlin (a male to female trans fighter) defeated Celine Provost for Combate Global on September 10th, marking the first time since “trailblazer” Fallon Fox knocked out a genuine woman in 2014. Fox, who is now retired, made waves in 2013 when he choked out Allanna Jones and then revealed that she was born a male. Jones, amusingly, walked to the slaughter/cage to Aerosmith’s famous “Dude (Looks Like A Lady)” that night. Fallon Fox drew the ire of many current fighters at the time, including Ronda Rousey and Matt Mitrione, who accused Fox of abusing the testosterone flowing through her body and the bone density she had up until 2006, when she had gender transition surgery. At the CCCW (Capital City Cage Wars) event, Fox also fractured the skull of her last opponent, Tamikka Brents, who would later knock Fallon out in what would be her final battle.

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McCullough, 38, started her transition in 2010 as a 28-year-old after leaving the United States Army; she was a member of the Special Forces, no less (at least, unlike Fox’s previous two victims, McCullough had the courtesy to warn her opponent about being at a considerable disadvantage). 3:32 into the second round, McLaughlin submitted Provost. She aspires to be a pioneer in transgender sports since there are many guys who aren’t quite talented enough to compete against their peers and who believe that domestic abuse may be exploited via movies. But, really, it’s about “Stop Trans Genocide,” which was printed on her T-Shirt after she choked a lady out. Beautiful and courageous.

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Sean O’Malley (14-1, 9 KOs, 1 submission) made his UFC debut in the second installment of “Dana White’s Contender Series.” On this edition of O’Malley’s podcast, he said, “I don’t believe that’s OK.” “In simply participating in sports, I mean, particularly mixed [martial arts], I just don’t believe that’s OK. It’s as if she was a boy for the first 20 to 30 years of her existence, and now she’s a female. You could tell he was a man. A woman with a jacked physique. Because he had functional sight, O’Malley remarked, “Look at those arms.”

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McLaughlin seems to be enjoying life as a woman, as she has turned to social media to play the victim. “Good morning, supporters, friends, and others! “I’m receiving a lot of variants of the same nasty comments calling me a cheater like I didn’t just get beaten up for a round and a half,” McLaughlin’s ignorant self-own caption read.

Sean O'Malley

It doesn’t matter how you conduct your life; nevertheless, there are certain biological realities to be aware of. Men are more athletically talented, structurally stronger, and quicker than women. In general, in any athletic event involving two equally trained competitors, one male and one female, the guy will win. The male hormone testosterone offers you the inside scoop on muscle growth and retention. A man’s stride is biologically beneficial over a woman’s because of structurally denser bones and stronger connective tissue, not to mention hip location and placement, which enables for a man’s gait to be physiologically advantageous over the broader position of a woman’s hips.

Sean O'Malley

There is no way around biology and physiology unless you dismiss it entirely as a form of “patriarchy” or some other illogical explanation. This isn’t OK, and this isn’t a “female” — it’s a man, as O’Malley correctly points out. Anyone who is stupid enough to join up for such nonsense should do so. Have a good time crushing cans in the name of “progress.” Just don’t expect anybody to take your achievements seriously since, after all, you’re a self-proclaimed 5’7″ manlet wearing an 8.5 women’s shoe. It’s a pain to suck.

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