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Alana McLaughlin choked out Celine Provost in the second round of a Friday MMA match in Miami. On the surface, it sounds like a ho-hum competition between two no-name women. Not so. Alana is a man pretending to be a woman and has the muscular physique to prove it.
Most female MMA fighters refused to fight McLaughlin, but Provost took a loss for the LGBT crowd. Provost landed a few punches, but could not physically match the man in the octagon.
McLaughlin, who goes by the nickname “Lady Feral,” was a sprinter at Newberry College before he joined the military in 2003. He served in the Army Special Forces unit for seven years. In 2016, he had anatomy surgery and has since claimed to be a woman. He’s 38 now and a formidable foe for any woman willing to challenge him.
This is the second time the MMA has foolishly allowed males to intrude on the women’s competition. Fallon Fox was the first male interloper and he whipped Elisha Helsper in 2012.
These tainted victories are easy pickin’s for men, and McLaughlin is hoping to cash in at the expense of more female victims. The late actor Andy Kaufman, who beat up women in a wrestling ring, would be so pleased. After beating a girl, McLaughlin shamelessly crowed over his victory: “I want to pick up the mantle that Fallon put down. Right now, I’m following in Fallon’s footsteps. I’m just another step along the way and it’s my great hope that there are more to follow behind me.” It’s really for the children, too, McLaughlin says: “If we want to see more trans athletes, if we want to see more opportunities for trans kids, we’re going to have to work out way into those spaces and make it happen. It’s time for trans folks to be in sports and be more normalized.” Who’s responsible for this gross mismatch? It’s not Dana White and his UFC. It’s on the Florida State Boxing Commission , which approved McLaughlin because he had lowered his testosterone level. He has not, however, figured out a way […]
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