That southern chick from Texas or wherever, the blonde who was dating the UFC guy, she is a great example/case study of a girl who is horribly miscalibrated. She said her dad was very passive and let her mom, her, and her sisters walk all over him. He never stood up for himself and never had a backbone. So now, she only dates "tough" "strong" guys. So naturally she was attracted to that UFC guy cuz he was a fighter and strong and muscular. So she's falling in love with him, she goes to his gym and gets to roll around with him a little bit in the cage and you can tell she's getting so wet she wants to bang him right there, and then his coach chokes him out (as part of a demo) and he doesn't tap, so he goes unconscious. Suddenly she's no longer attracted to him. It's a bit funny, because she came to the right conclusion but for the wrong reason. First, let's look at what would be the right reason: that's just weird. It wasn't even like "hey, here's a demo of what happens if you don't tap out, don't worry, we've done this before, it's safe, this is like an EDU for you" type of thing, he just *didn't* tap out. What a weird thing to do. So it's ok to be weirded out by that because what guy just randomly thinks "i'm gonna randomly not tap out to impress this chick"? Weird. Alright, now let's look at her miscalibrated reason: "When I saw him unconscious I realized he wasn't as strong as I thought he was." Sorry the guy isn't immune to having the bloodflow to his brain cut off Then later she said "I realized it wouldn't always be him winning those fights" and that's why she's not attracted to him any more. It was literally like her switch flipped from "on" to "off." So not only is she not attracted to a guy who isn't immune to being choked out, but she's not attracted to a guy who isn't guaranteed to win 100% of the fights that he gets in (nevermind the fact that we're talking in the ring here and this guy could probably beat 99% of people you encounter day-to-day, non-UFC settings). Miscalibration. And then later, as she was dumping him, she said something like "I'm not sure you're strong enough for me" and then said that she didn't like the fact that he just sat there and took it as she was dumping him. She wanted him to "fight for himself." Miscalibration. She did the guy a favor. If he had stuck up for himself like she wanted him to and said "no, I'm strong, really blah blah blah" she would have possibly had her attraction level raised a bit, but that guy would've been sentencing himself to a lifetime of constant games and drama with her. She is the kind of woman who is going to end up with a guy who knocks her around when he gets pissed because her definition of what is "strong" and "manly" and "having a backbone" is so miscalibrated. And she's probably going to enjoy it on some level.