Kudos to SLSL Liz Carmouche! Though she lost to Ronda Rousey late in the first round of their UFC bantamweight fight on Saturday, she has definitely made her mark. Rousey was the heavy favorite going into the UFC’s first female fight, but Carmouche almost choked her out early in the fight and all reports say both women put on quite a show.
“I gave 100% tonight. Thank you for your support! I shall return. #lizbosm,” Carmouche to her fans afterwards.
And how can we not LOVE her rainbow mouthpiece? Stand loud and proud, we got your back!
For more on Liz, check out her Something Like a Super Lesbian feature from last month here.
Happy Thursday! It’s almost time to say Cheers to the weekend! Any hot plans? I will be getting my servalite on as part of the National Day of Service. More on that later…
As my first act of sharing, let me introduce our newest SLSL, professional MMA fighter, Liz Carmouche.
I will be the first to tell you that I don’t know much (read: ANYTHING) about the UFC or MMA in general. I was never really big on watching men pummel each other. *shrugs*
The other day one of my coworkers mentioned that they love watching MMA. Me being me, I made an off color comment about how she only likes it for the eye candy. With a perfect side eye and a smirk (as if I had fallen for her trap), she said “You might want to google Liz Carmouche…”
Well excuuuuuuuse me.
After spending five years in the United States Marine Corps as a helicopter electrician, including doing three tours in the Middle East, Liz “Girlrilla” Carmouche has become the first openly gay or lesbian competitor in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Continue reading Something Like A Super Lesbian: Liz Carmouche @iamgirlrilla