I must admit, this new movie in production, "Fight Valley: Knockaround Girls," is bad for the current state of women's mixed martial arts (MMA).
Seeing Miesha Tate and Cris Cyborg playing nice for the cameras -- and even posing for cute pictures with Holly Holm, among others -- is dashing all those dreams of a 140-pound catchweight fight, which should undoubtedly be featured on UFC 195's female-friendly pay-per-view (PPV) event.
Rousey vs. Holm and Tate vs. Cyborg on the same Jan. 2, 2016, card sets up a blockbuster winners match for Fourth of July weekend. That can't happen with these two aligning, smiling and trading recipes.
I will say this: Seeing Tate and Cyborg side-by-side makes me a bit nervous for "Cupcake" ... or any other female fighter. Cyborg is an imposing, muscular figure, which is more than likely the reason she has resisted a move to 135 pounds for so long.
Joe Rogan might be onto something.
Regardless, she has to start somewhere. And a 140-pound fight against Tate seemed like as good a place as any.
Stop being so nice.