I notice a lot of people hate on the women's division because of the talent but they ignore the evolution of the men's division. All men's MMA was weak in the beginning because there was no point in learning all the skills. Even if you loved it you would need the money to make a living off it. That's why Gracie owned everyone who had no experience. Ten years later you see men who learned a bit of every art and then you have well established divisions. It's the same thing for women. Women were seen as weak so they never had an avenue to fight and make a living. Now they finally do and are in the early stages of growing as mixed martial artists but a lot of people fail to realize the fact that they aren't competitive fights because of the early life of the division. Just like Gracie, a one dimensional fighter was able to dominate. At this point for women their are the naturally gifted (Cyborg and Ronda) versus the not so naturally gifted that work hard. It proves the point because the top 6 women can lose or be very close with a random fighter but men are relatively consistent with their skills.