Battle of the Babes: What Happens When MMA and Hollywood Collide

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Battle of the Babes: What Happens When MMA and Hollywood Collide

I will admit that when women's MMA first started being integrated into some of the bigger fight cards, I wasn't interested.

Call me what you will, but I have never been a huge advocate of women's sports in general. It's not an ability thing—just more of a watchability thing for me.

That all changed for me—as far as WMMA is concerned—when Gina Carano took on Julie Kedzie at EliteXC: Destiny in February 2007.

Watching those ladies battle it out with the same determination and desire as their male counterparts really opened my eyes. I still wasn't quite hooked, but I was intrigued.

Now, while I am far from a hardcore WMMA fan, I do find myself looking forward to many of women's fights with a similar level of anticipation I have from some UFC events.

Recently I found myself wondering what would happen if some of our favorite female action characters were to get down and dirty with some of the lovely ladies from WMMA.

Enjoy.

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