Following on from the Teddy Riner thread (complete bullshit about his reported earnings and net worth aside), I was wondering if 25-year-old American judoka Kayla Harrison could make a Ronda-like splash in MMA? She's an Olympic Gold Medalist (2012), a World Championship Gold Medalist (2010) and two-time Bronze Medalist (2012, 2014), and a two-time Pan American Games Gold Medalist (2011, 2015) in the women's 79kg weight class. She was Ronda's training partner during the 2008 Olympics, and they apparently remain friends. She's achieved more in judo than Rousey, albeit at a higher weight class (where there may be less competition, I don't know). Reportedly she's considered making the jump to MMA, possibly after the 2016 Olympic Games. Given her size and weight (5'8", 165lbs/75kg), maybe she could be the one to really kick-start the women's 145lb "revolution", and be the one to rival 'Cyborg' in her own weight class. What do people think? Could she successfully make the transition, and become an actual legitimate star (not just a can crusher)? Would it even be worth it? Discuss.