Gina Carano To Fight
April 14, 2011 by Post Team
Gina Carano To Fight, After the event on Saturday night Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker said the fight against women’s MMA fighter Dandois Cindy was forced to withdraw from a June fight against Gina Carano because she was three and half months pregnant.
“Cindy really wanted to take the fight,” said Coker, “and ended up being three and a half months pregnant. So there will be fighting on 18 June.”
Most jobs you can continue to play during pregnancy. Bank cashier, neurosurgeon movie star, but some races are not only conducive to being beaten up, as mixed martial arts fight. But being “with child” obviously does not slow Cindy Dandois MMA fighter wanting to hit the ring with MMA star Gina Carano.
Dandois was created to fight Carano on 18 June but was forced to withdraw from the fight because of pregnancy and three months. But get this, Dandois – although he was beaten up – even wanted to enter the ring!
That “really wanted to take the fight,” said event Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker fighting MMA, adding that since he “ended up being three and a half months pregnant … not going to be fighting on 18 June. ” Yes, a good move, especially because at that time Dandois be 5 years and one month and a half.
Dandois AA put the message up on her Facebook page to be removed from the fight saying
“I’m so sad I can not take the fight against Gina. It was and remains one of my big goals. But on the other hand, is a blessing from God for a son to [sic] to be a mother again. A child is forever and you have to worry about a life that is given by the hand of God. I hope you can make the fight after my pregnancy. ”
Combat MMA is very hardore and a couple of shortcuts to the belly Dandois could have consequences, so it is the right decision for that drew. Dandois was in a fight last month when she was two months pregnant, but no word if she knew if she was pregnant or not, or simply kept secret.
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