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♪ who used to live on music row ♪ ♪ but that was then and this is now ♪ ♪ and he told me this town gets around ♪ ♪ from what i've found this town gets around ♪ this is andrea. she's 11 years old, loves science and hanging with her girl friends. >> what's wrong with being a girly girl? >> she also loves to fight. andrea is a mixed martial arts fight with her a dream that defies expectation. >> what do you want to be when you grow up? >> i want to be a ufc champion.
>> it's a dream that more and more female athletes are chasing, now that the world is watching women in the cage. tonight i want to see what it takes to fight like a girl or a grown woman. >> you're an athlete. you train hard, fight hard. >> i'm meet it would go warriors training for a showdown, a young athlete who hopes to go pro and a preschool teacher who pack as mean punch. not long ago girls were raised to be gentle and sweet. what makes these women want to beat the crap out of each other? ♪ ♪
in the last decade, the ufc orr ultimate fighting championship, has made mixed martial arts the most televised combat sport. these bloody battles have long been fueled by testosterone. then in 2010 a new face barged on to the scene and kicked through the glass ceiling. they call her rowdy rhonda rousey. she reigned undefeated for 1 straight battles and opened the door for women everywhere. >> there's a big ufc show on tonight, the main event -- women. >> they've come to watch their heroes go head to head.
>> whoo, this is intense! what are you feeling when you watch this? >> that's somebody's dream come true. >> oh! oh, no! >> the fight lasts just 14 seconds. >> that's it? >> that was a sick reversal. >> she's so powerful on the ground. >> in the foot steps of these new superstars, hannah is determined to make it to the ufc. she's an amateur fighter who has made mixed martial arts her life. >> i want to be the best. i want to be the best in my weight class. i want to be the best in the world. >> in her career she's only fought three times, one win and two losses. now she wants another victory.
hannah has been training six hours a day, six days a week for her next match. in full disclosure, i actually hate fighting. i just don't like to see people hurt each other, but mma is a huge sport and in recent years, a lot of women have been getting into it. and i want to understand why. so what exactly do you love about mma? >> some people see it as just two people fighting but -- >> two people beating the [ bleep ] out of each other. >> yes. but when you do it and put all the work in, it really comes down to the technique, being able to perform under so much stress, inside the cage in front of thousands of people. it's almost beautiful. >> hannah lives at her mom's house in long island.
right now her entire life is focused on her upcoming fight. weigh-ins are just three weeks away. hannah has to hit 105 pounds or risk disqualification. >> how much weight do you have to lose? >> i have to lose i'd say 25 pounds. >> what? >> yeah, 25 pounds. >> in a month? >> yeah. >> that's insane! >> probably 7 or 8 of that is all going to be water. >> so do you ever cheat on your diet? >> no. i'm super, super good. i don't cheat. i barely have any bread or anything like that. i try to just stick to my chicken, my eggs and that's how i lose all that weight. here we are. this is usually my extremely boring breast cancer fast. >> fighter's breakfast. >> this is a fighter's breakfast, eggs. >> some girls die tot to look g in a dress.
hannah was always a tom boy. >> my dad wanted me to wear a dress. i refused. i wanted to dress baggy. i played every sport there was. i played soccer, basketball, i skate boarded for a long time, i played golf. >> so when did you learn about mma? >> when i was 15, my three best guy friends started in this like teens mma program. i said to myself this is really cool, ewant to try this. seeing the discipline of it, i don't know, something about it just drew me in. i still feel the same way as day one. >> to support her fighting habit, hannah works the graveyard shift at a chain hotel. then at dawn she heads back to the gym for some shut eye. >> i'll take a nap for a couple of hours. then i wake up and i train
again. it's just the cycle. >> to get ready for fight night, hannah trains with two different coaches. >> stay focused. >> joe, who helped shape her groundwork and alex, who trains her on her standing game. in all honesty, do you see her going pro and going to ufc? >> she's got what it takes for sure. she keeps at you, you know. it's a long road. you keep at it, she can definitely do it. >> she's a purple belt at the age of 20. most people in jujitsu don't make it that far. >> how do you think her skills are in march? >> her skills are bar none, better than her opponent's in my eyes. but anything can happen in a fight. you get hit and all that two months, three months of hard
work, you get clipped and it's over. >> what do you guys think of women fighting mma? >> i personally think it's good for the sport. i think women -- it's just going to blow up. it's going to get a lot bigger. >> in is the fight right here. let's go. one minute, one minute. come on, come on, come on. >> each training session i give 100%. >> five jumps, explosive. go, go. >> until my arms are sore, my legs are sore, my face is hurting. i want to be exhausted. i want to know that my workout counted. i think that all my hard work will pay off once i'm a professional and get paid to do what i do, one day it will all be worth it. >> good job. >> this is what i want my life to be. >> with a fight on the horizon, hannah is pushing herself harder than ever. and a few hours away, so is her
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workout. >> okay. take this. we're going to use our muscles. running a preschool and day care for 32 of the town's young children. >> can you give her a turn in a minute, jaky? in a minute? share. i like your blue manicure. it's pretty cute. those ten 3-year-olds are down here learning to share and take turns and make friends. >> and this is all happening in your home. >> yes. >> it's the perfect day job where melinda, a single mother of two teens, can apply her maternal instincts. >> here we go, nice and close. scoot in! >> but every night melinda heads to the gym where she hones her other instincts, the warrior kind. for melinda, fighting is personal. she's battling demons that have hung offer her since childhood. >> you know, elementary school i
was so shy. i remember a male teacher used a stern voice and i started crying. i definitely have been that more fragile personality most of my life. i would let people take advantage of me or not treat me the way a person deserves to be treated. >> and she endured both psychological and physical abuse. then five years ago she discovered mma and it turned her life away. >> there was an open class at my gym for kick boxing and self-defense. it was kind like my therapy. i was hooked the first night. i was just very weak and fragile and now i'm the opposite of that. >> nice! >> now i'm a fighter in my personal life, my home life and in the gym. it's like i know who i am and i want to stick up for myself. get knocked down and get back up.
>> good job. >> how has mma changed you as a woman? >> people i think get the image that you're aggressive and you want to hurt somebody, but it's like my every day life i never think of hurting another human being. i don't like seeing people in pain. so it's not about that. it's about pushing yourself as far as you can go. >> i just want to understand what you like about this so i'm just going to try to get you on the ground. >> i know i said i don't like fighting but tonight i feel compelled to try this for myself. >> i'm still standing. >> drop your left hand a little bit, lisa. put your left hand -- >> put your left hand on my right hip. >> what if i get you on the ground? >> there you go! oh, reversal! you got her. >> you have to tap. you didn't tap! >> okay, she tapped. >> yay! whoo! that was good!
>> lisa's got some skills. >> i still abhor violence. >> i have to admit, it's kind of a rush. >> it's fun, though. it's intense. and you're thinking, what can i do? don't accept defeat. i've now gotten a taste of what this sport taps into, the desire for victory. melinda is determined to take down hannah and get her first win. is she going to be ready when that cage door closes? >> absolutely. she's coming to fight and the girl better be ready. >> how are they going to react? how are you going to find an opening? you got to smash her. you got to find a way to smash her. >> because of our age i thought that hannah had the advantage but seeing melinda tonight, she has got a mean hook and serious drive. this is going to be a fight. back in long island, hannah's
trainers are pushing her hard. >> throw a little garbage out there, see what she does back. you want your opponent to step to the left, make her. >> i know you love your coaches but do you think they treat you differently from the guys? >> absolutely not. if i get hurt, come on, hannah, let's go. let's do it again. they could be rough but they just want me to do well and i know that. when they're hard on me, i know it's because they love me. >> but every fighter, male or female, can be caught off guard. >> ah! >> what happened? >> right in front of my eyes, hannah gets injured. >> [ bleep ]. >> what happened? >> she's got to wear a cup. you wear a cup? >> no. >> just because you don't have junk, you still got to wear a cup. you're not going to make the fight if you keep getting hurt
like that. >> i don't understand why this only happens to me. >> because you are an animal. good hit. >> so what happened? >> i got kneed directly in the pelvic bone, which sucks because there's tons of nerve endings in there. it's super painful. >> you've been hurt a lot, i assume? >> yeah. i've had tons and tons injuries. i train really, really hard. accidents happen and you recover and you heal and, you know, you start again. >> at least you don't have balls. >> at least i don't have balls. exactly. there's always a plus side to every situation. >> exactly. in a violent combat sport, injuries pose a constant threat to a fighter's career. hannah knows the risks involved and has chosen to put herself on the line. but mma fever has spread beyond ranks of seasoned athletes. even children are now taking up the sport. critics call it kids cage
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ballet or do gymnastic, andrea is practicing her arm bar. >> you need to rotate side ways. >> andrea comes from a fighting family. her parents own a gym and her father, hector, is her coach. >> very good. push forward. >> this is mma for kids. and andrea is the only girl in uma who competes. i just can't believe what i'm seeing for the last half hour, andrea has just been going so hard against all these boys and she is holding her own. >> get your hand in there. you got to get your hand in there. stay strong. don't let go. >> before you started doing this, you were more girly? >> yeah. >> and do you miss being like that? >> no. >> growing up, andrea was a typical little girl. she loved dancing and dressing up. but two years ago her mom signed her up for kick boxing and she shed her pink dresses for gloves and shin guards.
it wasn't long before she expandednto other martial arts and began to compete. are these all your medals? >> yeah. >> what are they for? >> this is for my first kick boxing tournament. >> these are all judo. this one is mma. why mma? why do you love it? >> i don't want to be like all the other people that do all the same sports, soccer, football and dance. i want to defend myself. >> andrea used to get picked on at school. not anymore. you had a situation in which you got bullied. >> yeah. >> can you tell me about it? >> there was this girl in school, she picked on me, called me stupid and she started pushing me around and i just threw her and then she was on the floor and i'm like you can't pick on people like me. >> she was able to defend
herself. i'm not going to say it's come to a stop, but if she ever got put in a situation, she has a discipline and she will be able to defend herself if she has to. >> what would you do if you heard that andrea was using her skills to bully another kid? >> i'll tell you what, if i ever found out that they're the ones starting anything or bullying anybody, your butt is mine, okay. and they know this. >> there are people who think that this kind of mma obsessed culture ignites the desire to want to fight. do you believe that? >> it does get anybody's blood pumping, you know. but the ones that really truly love the sport, those are the ones that are disciplined, the
ones that are humble. it's not a thing of dominance, it's a thing of skill. >> as long as everything's in place as far as rules and discipline, i don't think there's a problem with it. >> after four weeks of training, andrea is competing in her third youth mma competition. >> can i have everybody's attention, please. >> she joins over 58 other kids and their families from all over the country. >> big guy, how you doing? >> i'm good. >> excellent. >> they've come to california, one of the only states in the u.s. that sanctions and regulates youth mma. before the fights even begin, the kids have to go through a whole battery of inspections. all of their gear is checked and every competitor is obligated to get fully checked out by a doctor. >> hi there.
oh, my first girl, excellent. right on! girl power. >> while organizers, competitors and their families see these precautions as just part of the sport, critics claim they're a band-aid on what is really a junior version of the brutal ufc. >> take a deep breath. yeah! no pain, right? all right, i think you're good to go. all right, have fun. be safe. >> head referee kyle olson wants to set the record straight. so how different is this from adult mma? >> it's probably the biggest difference that you can't hit to the head at all. >> no strikes to the head, no strikes behind the rib cage. >> you can't slam. very illegal. >> even though striking to the head is not permitted, kids can still get struck and there are critics who say that kids are still developing, their bodies are still developing, they shouldn't get struck at all. how do you respond to that? >> this is a sport. it's just like every other sport. and it has its risks just like
every other sport. statistically speaking, it is safer for children than football, soccer, cheer and gymnastics combined. >> so why do you think people think it's so dangerous? >> there's a cage. >> despite the differences between youth mma and the ufc, both put on quite a show. with theatrical announcers, weigh-ins and even face-offs. andrea's opponent is 13-year-old unity. she's been practicing mma since she was 9 and competing since the age of 11. so you're fighting andrea today. how do you feel about it? >> i feel excited. i'm ready to go in the cage and just fight her. >> how many fights have you had? >> i've had like four or five. >> and have you been pretty successful? >> yes. >> who got you into this?
>> my dad. >> are you a big fan of mma? >> yes. we started watching it and she said she wanted to get into it. when rhonda made it to the ufc, she cried. >> well, good luck. >> thank you. >> the first fight begins and two tiny young boys go at it. while the battle ensues, i check in with andrea. hey, you guys. how you doing? >> good, good. >> how you feeling, andrea? >> good. >> are you nervous at all? >> no. >> you're not nervous at all? how come? >> i'm nervous. >> good luck, honey. thank you. >> thank you. >> in just a few minutes, andrea will have her turn in the cage. >> no matter how much technique and skill is involved, it's fighting. people get hurt.
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>> and making her way to the cage, kore cage, andrea rivera. >> when you really want the best for your kids, your soul fights with them and you don't ever want to see them lose. >> and her opponent, unity "karma" soria cordova! >> after several rounds. boys, andrea is put to the test. what does it feel like to be in that cage? >> actually it feels like i'm a different person.
like i'm fighting for my life. >> push, push. >> but that fight doesn't last long. >> there you go, dig! >> less than two minutes in, unity gains the upper hand and it's over. unity got andrea on the ground and andrea just couldn't get out of it so she tapped out. >> referee: tap. >> the fight didn't even make it past the first round. >> referee: winner by submission, unity!
>> let it go, let it go. andrea, it's okay. let it go, let it go. breathe, breathe. >> while there haven't been any injuries, defeat comes with its own kind of pain. >> andrea, andrea, wait for me. relax, relax. it's okay. relax, relax. >> look at me. andrea, look at me. it's okay. it's okay. it's okay. remember, you learned, okay? this is just for fun and you learned from this, okay? >> in a fight there's one winner and one loser and tonight just wasn't andrea's night. honestly, it was really hard for me to watch. andrea's dream is far from over.
in no time she dusts herself off and can't wait to hit the gym. >> ready? okay. >> on the opposite coast, melinda is hitting the hair salon. she's not getting a fancy up-do. this is a boxer braid. >> i don't know if they think we're going to use it as a weapon or something. >> the countdown to her fight is on. she's competed twice in the last two years and lost both times. >> my goal is to get my first win. i want to be strong. i want to be the winner. >> her daughter, briana, has come to every one of her mom's matches and tonight will be no different. >> looks so nice, mom. >> oh, good. >> i'll get you a mirror so you can look at it.
>> i love that. it's very pretty. >> but down state, hannah has had a setback. just a week before her face off with melinda, she hurt her shoulder in a training session. >> relax, breathe normally. hold nice and still. please don't move. >> after several tests, the diagnosis comes back and it's not good. >> on this mri, you can see the ball is sitting in the socket and around it are several different muscles and ligaments. from using your arm a lot, from punching and things like that, you're constantly pulling on that tendon, pulling on the rim of the socket. over time it's like rubbing a rope on a rock where you can injury that tendon or fray that
tendon. it leaves you exposed to possible further injury. >> that's sort of what's been happening. it's been hurting a lot in the gym. >> getting in the ring to face an opponent right now is not the best idea because of your ability to defend yourself. the last thing you need is to not be able to put this arm up and somebody puts a foot to your head. >> gotcha. >> i've seen the work that hannah puts into the drills, diet, long weekends at the gym. but this time there will be no payoff. hannah is out of the match. i switched too! great! have you seen all the whining from verizon? i think verizon, the goliath, is panicking. people are switching to sprint! all these networks are great now, people are tired of overpaying. sprint cut my rates by 50%! sprint's network covers nearly 300 million people and their network reliability is within 1% of verizon. [ dog barks ] can you hear that? switch to sprint and save 50% on most current verizon, at&t and t-mobile rates.
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back in upstate new york, a showdown is the talk of the town. >> 1,500 people will be coming to schenectady this weekend to see fighters from across the country enter the octagon. >> it's called cage wars. it's one of hundreds of amateur mma events taking place each year across the country. in the wings contenders strut between check-in points man after red-blooded man. then there's melinda. this could be the fight of her career. her contest is one of tonight's main events. the winner takes home a belt and the adam weight championship. of ten battles, only one is
between women. >> that speed is what we want. >> melinda, how are you doing? >> good, good. >> hey, coach. how are you doing? >> how are you feeling? >> great, great. >> when you found out hannah couldn't fight, how did you feel? you guys have been waiting to fight each other for months and months. >> i'll be honest, i was a little upset. to be honest, i got injured first, and was out for three months. i slipped three discs in my neck and hurt my shold person. >> and why do you want to do this? >> it's all about the heart, passion, goals, dreams. a lot of it comes down to who puts the time in, if you put in the work. >> now melinda will take on a new opponent, a woman half her age. cara weighs only 102 pounds but her ambitions are massive. she set her sights on the pros
and needs a winning record to get there. >> hi. >> hey. >> how you feeling? >> pretty good. >> nervous? >> i'm a little bit. to do good in a fight you have to be a little nervous. you can't go in too cocky. i feel pretty good. >> you have always liked to fight? >> yes, s . >> wrestling my whole life against guys. i like the aggressive sports i guess. >> this won't be the first time they face off. just last year they brawled it out in the cage. at the time cara had only been training at mma for six weeks. since you last fought her, have you been training pretty
rigorously? >> couple times a week, two, three times a week, boxing and jujitsu. so i feel pretty confident going in. >> new york was the last state in the u.s. to allow mma but amateur fights like tonight have always drawn a crown. fans from around the region have come to witness the carnage and one woman has traveled four hours to watch a former rival take the lime light. >> why did you want to see this woman who is supposed to be your opponent? >> well, how i look at it is we're not actually opponents outside the ring. i feel bad that i had to pull out but i'm glad she got an opponent and i'm happy to just watch fellow athletes who love to do what i do. as soon as i'm ready to train again, i'll be back in the gym, i'll go through my training camp, stay healthy. if melinda's available, maybe we can make it happen again. >> you're still as gung-ho despite the injury? >> yes, i'm gung-ho.
how everybody has a dream, this is mine and i'll continue to do it forever. >> first of all, let's go over what you can't do. no knees to the head. >> the locker room looks like a frat house. among 20 challengers, just two are female. >> no elbows whatsoever. no grabbing of the flesh, no twisting, no hair grabbing, no sticking your fingers or toes in any of the orifices of the body. >> that guy doesn't have teeth! the battle is on.
nine bouts between dudes. once the ref calls "fight," a primal struggle takes over. liver shots, jabs to the face, choke holds. they're channelling an ancient instinct and the crowd is hungry for action. i just spent the last half hour watching men pulverize each other. i still -- i still don't understand why women want to do this.
at half past 10, the gloves come on. it's show time. at stake is the championship. five ruthless rounds. the title belt goes to the highest scoring fighter or the last one standing. i'm sitting front and center next to hannah and melinda's daughter brianna. >> it's got to be pretty cool that your mom is an mma fighter. >> yeah, she's pretty cool. i'm just really proud of her after everything that she's been through, i know she really wants this. i hope she accomplishes it. >> cage sports women's 105 pound
championship. fighting out of the red corner, cara stronah! and her opponent ready? fight! melinda's strength is kickboxing. she's hoping to stay on her feet. >> stay up! >> cara, a skilled wrestler is at her peak on the ground. cara has melinda pinned. she can't escape the hold. but once the horn sounds the slate is cleared for round two. it's anybody's game. i'm jamie foxx for verizon.
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>> come on, mom! you got this. >> ready? fight. >> shake hands. >> round two. the fighters have found their stride and their fury. once again, cara's wrestling training gives her the advantage. >> keep going, mom. >> only this time melinda is landing hard blows and the blood starts flying. ♪ >> as the grappling turns brutal i see the design in the chaos.
each hook, cross, and clinch is the result of years of training. but in this moment there is only one objective -- to destroy. >> come on, mom! >> i'm dying here. my heart is about to beat out of my body. >> listen to my voice. >> shake them in and out. >> shake them. >> she looks good. she was hitting every single punch to the body. that's a lot of points to the judge's eyes. >> something is wrong with cara. i think she was about to throw up. >> she turned away from you. >> okay. >> round three. as exhaustion sets in it's a war of endurance.
in a tangle of limbs, they are pushing themselves past the t-- fatigue, past their own limits. beyond mma oost rules, strategy and hype it is, at heart, a test of will. >> cara, punch the face! >> it's on you how well you want to be or how far you want to go. i'm not going to break unless i allow myself to break. nobody is going to, you know, break me.
>> malinda is never going to fight in the ufc. for her, that's not the point. mma has shown malinda the strength she never knew she had. congratulations! >> thank you, lisa. >> how are you feeling? >> i feel great. >> that was a crazy fight. >> yeah. >> what happened in the end? >> she just exhausted herself trying to keep me down. >> did you feel tired? >> no. >> you didn't look tired. >> no. >> i tried to be impartial. i so admired both women for getting in the ring. but you can't underestimate the over 40-year-olds, you know? we've got some kick in us. >> fighting isn't for everyone and certainly not for the faint of heart. at a time women are demanding a place at the table in so many
ways across the nation it is clear they have earned their place in the cage. just listen. don't get angry. i'll come back when you're calm. >> this is a typical day for deputy medina. she works at the largest mental health institution in the united states. and all of her patients are inmates. have you ever been threatened? >> it's literally every day. >> no one wants a jail in their backyard.