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Sara McMann ready to beef up the UFC women’s division

If the thought of a chick who can forcibly whoop your sissy ass, tie you up, and practice her golf swing on your testicles appeals to you, then you’re probably a sadomasochistic lunatic who has serious control issues. Or you’re just a fan of women’s MMA. Or both.

Either way, your life is about to get a whole lot better. On the one hand, the liberalization of sexual mores in our society has reached an all-time low of revolting wonderfulness, so you can pretty much find whatever sick fetish it is you’re looking for. On the other hand, the UFC women’s bantamweight division may soon be getting an injection of domination by the name of Sara McMann, who sent out this tweet regarding her professional status:

“Everyone keeps asking me if I am in the @UFC. All I know is that it is ‘in the works.’ Thank you for your support.”

This is good news. McMann is a 2004 Olympic silver medalist in wrestling. She’s 6-0 and has pretty much dominated every opponent she’s faced. She last fought in July where she defeated Shanya Baszler to become the number one contender to the Invicta bantamweight title. In her spare time she enjoys being a mom, building homes for the poor, and decorating her dungeon of delight. Kidding about the last part, although feel free to fantasize, you sick fuck.

High level female wrestlers are rare. Before her fight with Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate remarked that wrestling trumps judo every time. That may be mostly true when those skills are tested on an equal level, but Ronda showed that Olympic level judo will smash high school level wrestling eight days a week. Being a fellow Olympian, McMann could test Tate’s theory on a more even plane. Hell, with the women’s division lacking an abundance of known names, Tate’s loss to Ronda still pretty fresh, and the UFC’s desire to get Ronda in the cage as quickly as possible, Sara could possibly end up walking into a UFC title shot.

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