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MMA Fighter Says Her F-Cup Breasts Are Forcing Her to Fight in a Heavier Division

September 30, 2015 1 min read

Having large breasts for many is a blessing, but when it comes to MMA fighter Brye Anne Russillo, that's not exactly the case. The 29-year-old pastry-chef-turned-MMA fighter says that she is being forced to fight up a weight class due to her F-cup breasts. The single mom is looking forward to her third professional fight on Oct. 3, but is unhappy with her weight class. Though she typically fights around 145 pounds, she is fighting against opponent Paige Lian, who typically comes in at 155 pounds. It took both the ladies' teams three months to decide that Russillo would have to move up a class. But the big-breasted fighter is less than impressed with the decision. "I can't cut my tits off and put them on the side, they weigh 12 pounds," she said. MMA fighter "It's not like I have a pink sparkly shelf to put them on. I'm trying to lose weight, but my boobs are what they are," the MMA fighter said of having to put hemorrhoid cream on her chest and wrap her breasts up overnight in an attempt to reduce their size leading up to a fight. Though Russillo will move forward with her upcoming fight, she is hoping to compete in the 135-pound weight class moving forward, as that is where she feels the most comfortable. Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_111237" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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