Definitely agreed on Karolina, she was pretty much shut out and reduced to landing a single digit number of strikes in each round until Joanna got careless and walked face first into a punch while trying to step in with an elbow from the outside that wasn't setup with anything. Karolina literally landed half her strikes in the 2 minutes following that punch, that's how badly she was being shut down in the fight. And that was Joanna at her worst in some time, IMO she was still struggling with the transition between her old style and what she was learning at her new gym. She seemed to be fighting in a new style at times and then reverting to her old habits, and leaving gaps in her game that weren't there before or after. Karolina vs. the Joanna that we saw on Saturday would be painful to watch, it would be even more lopsided than GSP vs. Hardy. As for styles, I don't think she'd have too much trouble with a female version of Mendes or RDA. Against Mendes, apply the Conor strategy of reach abuse and teeping the hell out of his body. A similar strategy can be used against RDA, except with more clinches and kicks when not near the cage. A Conor type fighter is also beatable, we apply the Samkor Kiatmontep strategy and blast the body with non-stop round kicks. You can't punch with the left hand when you're constantly blocking heavy round kicks to the body, and those body kicks will drain the gas tank real fast and possibly damage the arms as well. This also avoids the kill zone of Conor's left hand for the most part, and gets around the head movement used to setup the pull counters on the left straight. Hit the body, chop the lead leg, wait for Ms. McGregor to run out of gas, then open up the combos and finish. Female Aldo would definitely beat her, footwork, defence, and overall game is just too tight. Holloway might be a tossup or have a slight edge, better head movement and has the advantage banging it out in the pocket, but I think they're fairly even on the outside with the clinch going to Joanna. Footwork, angle & range control, and defence isn't as tight as Aldo so there should be enough opportunities for Joanna to land, it's mostly a question of who can better find their best range and spend time there. And finally, if you have some time, watch some of Antonina Shevchenko's fights. Trains with her sister, also has a bunch of world championships in MT and kickboxing, but they have distinctly different styles.