No it is in the same vein of cops abusing their power. Saying it's not is like saying these kids deserved it because of their actions, and / or the cops were right.
Their job is to enforce the law, not draw on / attack people for arbitrary reasons - like being offended.
You trying to bring up Sherdog as a reputable source only confirms everything what I was thinking about where you got your talking points from and your knowledge on mma lol.
Anyway... The issue was whether Rumble had enough stripes to talk about a fighter of Overeem's stature in the first place. Knowledgable posters all concluded he didn't based on what they both have accomplished in mma (we left out K1 out of it deliberately). Now you are trying to diminish Overeem's victories which is cool, but that wasn't the issue. The issue is based on mma accomplishments Overeem > Rumble and this shouldn't even be a debate. @iKing already shut all that BS down so I won't go back and forth with you.
Maybe I'm not explaining myself properly ...
Again feminism is an umbrella term for a range of views about injustices against women. Its not a monolith. Its not a political party. Its not some sort of organization. We are unique individuals. What unites us is we want to empower women
Or, in other words, one cannot characterize a feminist’s philosophy or values based only on her feminist label. And vice versa. One cannot assume to know a person's philosophy or values based solely from her feminist label
Black feminist and white feminist often are at odds on many issues
When I refer to an extremist, I'm referring to an individual with extreme views that detract from the empowerment of women ...for example the "feminist" who criticized women for being homemakers should be denounced
Better yet I'm denouncing the popular narrative that feminist are a monolith of man hating crazies