The tough and beautiful Gina Carano is one of those women that you don’t want to mess with. She started out in Muay Thai before transitioning into MMA, where she quickly became the face of the sport. Carano went on to gain a successful record of 12 Muay Thai wins, and 7 MMA wins, with only two losses in her career. She transitioned from MMA into acting in 2008 and appeared in various successful films, including “Haywire,” “Fast & Furious 6”, “Deadpool,” and even the Disney Star Wars series, “The Mandalorian.”
There’s absolutely no doubt that Gina Carano can beat out just about any man in the sport if she wanted to. She was born in Dallas, Texas, and actually majored in psychology before proceeding to bash people’s brains for a living. We’re happy to see that Carano is doing what she loves, especially now that she took a back seat from the MMA and transitioned into a more peaceful life (where she only beats people up in films and not in real life).
You might be fooled by Simone Biles' arms into thinking she's a bodybuilder, but this gymnast is actually one of the all-time greatest. Simone Biles is known for having the most all-around World titles out of any female athlete. She's also the most accomplished gymnast in the world, both in the men's and women's divisions. With more gold medals than we can count, this beauty is an absolute legend.
Outside of being one of the world’s most accomplished athletes, Simone Biles has also dominated the popular dancing show "Dancing with the Stars" and finished in fourth place back in 2017. She recently wrote an autobiography titled “Courage to Soar,” detailing her life struggles and path to the championships. The iconic athlete can be seen here wearing a beautiful glossy dress that shows off just how toned this amazing, bionic woman is.
Claressa Shields is one of the toughest and most intimidating female boxers in the world. She is the undisputed middleweight champion as of mid-2019, after going up two weight classes throughout her career. She's a dominant force in boxing and has won nine total fights with zero losses. Shields has won five gold medals between 2012 and 2016, starting with the 2012 London Olympics up to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
The accomplished boxer had a tough childhood that involved a jailed father and abuse by her mother's boyfriends. Today the athlete can more than take care of herself. Claressa Shields was the subject of a 2015 documentary called "T-Rex: Her Fight For Gold," which details her amazing life story and how she became the first woman in history to win a gold medal in Olympic boxing.
You may recognize Becca Longo's face, as she was massively celebrated by the mainstream media as the first female to ever earn a college football scholarship to an NCAA school. Her career began in 2019 when she joined the Gila River Hawks team. We still don't know where her career would end up, but now is the defining time for her to establish herself as a dominant football player.
Becca Longo is expected to become the NFL's first female player and can kick a ball harder than most men. The future is still open for her, and despite not being invited to the red carpet yet, we hope this entry will help motivate her to do just that!
If there’s one woman you don’t want to mess with, it’s definitely the beautiful and extremely dedicated Lolo Jones. She’s the brake woman of America’s national bobsled team, an extremely dangerous sport that is reserved only for the truly brave and ambitious. Nothing is going to stop this woman from winning. Jones later proved this fact by taking home a gold medal in the 2013 World Championships’ mixed team event.
She’s a highly accomplished bobsledder and is one of the only athletes to compete in both the Winter and Summer Olympic Games. Lolo Jones holds the US record for fastest 60-meter hurdles, at just 7.72 seconds. It looks like nobody’s going to beat this incredible beauty anytime soon. With a tough personality like hers, we bet she takes cold showers as a fun way to start her day.