Yeah, either that or a separate trans division. Nobody can argue that they have some sort of advantage over men.
They have some meets like Big Dogs where they do that. The problem is if it was like that in all meets then only the SHWs, or at least guys close to 300, would be competitive. There would be no point of smaller people getting into the sport despite being strong for their size. Meets like Big Dogs have their place but I don’t agree with you on this at all. Why not have no weight classes in MMA or boxing?
That’s an odd way of looking at things. You make it sound like injury is guaranteed by getting into sports. And seeing as 99% of PL meets offer no money, why do people do it if this is the case?
So what exactly is your solution? Not even a men’s and women’s division? I thought you were joking in your previous post.
And yet there is at least one high level transsexual male who fight women in MMA. Speaking of MMA, that is one sport where unless you are making some serious money it does not seem to be worth it. I knew a guy who got into it and won a few tournaments, it wasn’t UFC but some other fed that had a lower weight class. This guy was small and wanted to stay small because he thought he wouldn’t be as competitive at a higher bodyweight. Anyway, as far as I can remember he never lost a fight but he broke all his knuckles, several ribs, his nose was permanently twisted sideways and a severe case of cauliflower ear, even years after his last fight. There was other stuff but that’s what comes to mind. Unless you are going to be rich and can retire it doesn’t sound like it’s worth it at all.