So this fighter wins his first bout at the age of 38 when the average age for a feather weight MMA woman fighter is 10 years younger. Being older and less experienced puts this guy at a disadvantage when fighting on equal terms, yet he still wins his first fight anyway. But the terms were not equal. He's a man. T people make up less than 0.06% of the population, M to F make up less than 0.03%. Women make up 51% of the population. It is hard for me to believe that men who identify as women at a rate of 0.03% of the population can win so many women's sporting events. There has to be more to this. A lot more. The other T fighter, Fallon Fox, won 5 out of 6 fights. Yes, there's a lot more going on than just hormones and testosterone levels. I don't want to get into the emotional aspects of all this, that's been argued to death. I'd like to know if a man transitioning to female can actually be a female in a physical sense. They just win too many events for the for the small population ratio they represent.