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What Guy Doesn't Love a Good Girlfight? (especially one with Rowdy Ronda Rousey)

Updated on March 8, 2013


I can remember fondly the day when girls used to fight over me. Now it’s all about my daughters fighting over my money. “Please, Daddy?” has an entirely different connation.

One of my favorite comedians, Jerry Seinfeld, I think put it best when he said, “Men think if women are grabbing and clawing at each other there’s a chance they might somehow, you know . . . kiss.”

There's an English show called “Black Books” where Johnny Vegas made a guest appearance and had the line, “Girls! Don't fight . . . and if you're gonna fight, fight nice . . . with pillows and jim jams!” Jim jams being pajamas. I didn’t really think that was funny, but the Brits with their weird sense of humor apparently do. I’m more interested in girls fighting with fists and kicks and especially wrestling, on a mat or in mud or jello.

(All images are in the public domain as best as can be determined.)


Tastes great! No, less filling!
Tastes great! No, less filling!

Catfighting lives in infamy because of one great fight. It occurred during a Miller Lite commercial during NFL playoff games and the Super Bowl in 2003. Two hot babes get in a “Tastes great!” vs. “Less filling!” debate that ends with ripping off clothes and wrestling in some muck. Go watch it. It’s all over the internet. Just make sure you see the cable version that ends with “Let’s make out.”

But that’s fake fighting staged just to sell some beer. Let’s talk about some real rumbles.

It must be in the genes
It must be in the genes

Laila Ali has been the greatest female fighter to date. Laila’s ring record was 24-0, 21 knockouts, 3 decisions. If you never saw her fight, you probably saw her on “Dancing with the Stars.” Hulk Hogan, another great fighter, says in his book My Life Outside the Ring that Laila saved his life when he was suicidal. Hey, Laila’s father was a pretty good fighter too.

We may, however, have to declare another lady as the greatest female fighter soon. You see, Laila never really faced any stiff competition. Her father had his Joe Frazier, and a few others. Although Laila did fight Joe Frazier’s daughter. Does anybody remember her?

The new greatest female fighter could be Rowdy Ronda Rousey. Or maybe Chris Cyborg Santos. If they fight, and it looks like they might, I’ll guess we’ll find out. Both have looked totally dominant. But then, we all hoped we’d find out if Manny could beat Floyd, but it hasn’t happened.

Now, as for Cyborg, from Brazil home of some great mixed martial artists, a picture is worth a thousand words. I think she would make Mike Tyson go hide under a rock. Cyborg is suspended for using performance enhancement drugs, but she’ll be back. And she has called out Rowdy Ronda.

Cyborg
Cyborg
Rowdy Ronda
Rowdy Ronda

Now as for Ronda, she likewise called out Cyborg, calling her “Cyroid” making a not-too-subtle reference to the drug bust. She really said that. I heard her say it after she destroyed Sarah Kaufman in 54 seconds this past Saturday night, August 18.

Four years ago Ronda won a bronze medal in the Olympics for judo. Her mother was the first American to win a World Judo Championships. Ronda has finished off her opponents to date off quickly with her favorite maneuver, an armbar. And wow, does that look painful when she does it.

I must say Rowdy Ronda is much easier on the eyes than Cyborg, and has some naughty pics in places like ESPN The Magazine.

Gina Carano
Gina Carano


Would you fight this girl?

If so, would you punch her in the face, or wrestle her to the ground, get on top, and make her submit? And I'm not talking about an armbar, Rowdy Ronda.

Yeah, that bully on roidrage Cyborg beat up Gina a couple years ago. I'm looking for to Rowdy Ronda getting revenge.


Let's get it on, girls!

A Historic Moment for Women in Combat

On Saturday night, February 23, 2013 Ronda Rousey will headline UFC 157 on Pay Per View as she does battle with Liz Carmouche. This is the first time ever a woman has been the feature attraction for a PPV sporting event.

This could be a monumental development for women is combat . . . uh I mean sports. What if this event makes more money than any other UFC card ever did?

My prediction: Rowdy Ronda submits Liz with an arm bar in the first round. I'm no genius, but that is what Ronda has done in every one of her other fights.


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And the winner is . . .

Ronda Rousey made Liz Carmouche submit via her favorite weapon the armbar with 11 seconds to go in the 1st round. Liz gave her a battle for a while there, what with jumping on Ronda's back and choking her. But Rowdy Ronda threw her off, adjusted her sports bar top, and went on the attack.

A historic event in women's sports, this was. Ronda Rousey, the first women to headline a UFC card, will no doubt do so again.

Rumor has it the next Ronda Rousey fight will be with Erin Andrews. They are appearing together to promote such a possibility. The promoter wants it to be in bikinis and jello.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      I just updated the hub with the results of the most important girlfight since the Queen of Sheba kicked girl butt and took names back in the days of King Solomon.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      I just updated this hub on the UFC 157 event on Saturday, February 23, on Pay-Per-View.

      Rowdy Ronda Rousey is headlining the event. First time ever for a woman.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      Oh yeah, here's a hub with some hot girlfighters for sure:

      https://hubpages.com/sports/Beautiful-Female-Boxer...

      I just love sweat on girls. It makes me want to . . . oh never mind.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      Hey Sarahhh666, you can practice on me any time. But I don't think you'll be teaching this old dog any new tricks. These hands are trained to please, and I don't like to talk much.

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      Sarahhh666 5 years ago from near Philly

      Girl fighting is good because all girls should have some sort of self defense training. You know, to ward off dirty old men like you B&GJACK. And also dirty young men. But you are funny.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      Hey rowdyraymond, I just put a pic of Gina in the hub for you and other fans of tough girls.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      Yeah, Freddy, I watch some of those too, but the Olympic boxing sure didn't get much major play in terms of television coverage.

      Both boxing and mixed martial arts matches are so influenced by the "political" issues that the sports suffer. Ronda Rousey is under contract to Strikeforce so she can't find on UFC cards unless some special arrangements are negotiated.

      It's a sad state of affairs for boxing when the best don't find the best, as in Manny Pacquiao against Floyd Mayweather. It will be a sad state of affairs for mixed martial arts if they don't maximize the appeal of Rowdy Ronda.

      UFC just cancelled a big card with Jon Jones. Not good. Having Ronda Rousey on a card in the near future would negate some of the bad press from this latest fiasco.

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      FreddyM 5 years ago from Everywhere USA

      Funny stuff, Jack.

      The Olympics female boxing was interesting too.

      Nothing like two girls getting it on, with gloves on of course.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      Yeah rowdyraymond, I'm betting Rowdy Ronda is a whole lot rowdier than you are. But I'll find a pic of Gina and put it in the hub just for you.

      And I got a lot of old Playboy issues too. But I bought them for the articles and I ripped out all the pics and threw them away. I'll have to check out this Danielle House. I hope I can find a pic of her popping that other chick in the chops, as opposed to that stuff in Playboy.

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      rowdyraymond 5 years ago

      thumbs up im a big mma fan.girlfights are for pr ronda & gina are making plenty of dough.another one way back when is danielle house a miss canada who beat up her exs gf in a bar & then went to jail & then became playboy playmate of the month.yeh i know cuz i got that dec 97 issue among many others.

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      Jack Hazen 5 years ago from Blitzburgh area

      Yeah, Cyborg is really scary, Rebecca. In her (?) last fight in December she obliterated Hiroko Yamanaka in 16 seconds. Cyborg tested positive for steroids in January and the fight was then declared a no contest.

      Three years ago Cyborg beat up Gina Carano and Gina never fought again. I miss Gina fighting, maybe because she was selected "Hottest Woman in America" by Big Biz Magazine. There is just something about watching that girl sweat that appeals to me.

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      Rebecca 5 years ago

      Great Hub! The picture of Cyborg is really scary - I can't believe she wasn't busted for using steroids before that!

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