Undefeated Transgender Wins a Girls’ State Wrestling Championship 2nd in a Row – Crowd Boos

Undefeated Transgender Wins a Girls' State Wrestling Championship 2nd in a Row - Crowd Boos

Cypress, Texas – For the second year in a row, the transgender wrestler is winning girls’ state championship in a Class 6A 110-pounds Division

Mack Beggs is an 18-year-old transgender from Euless Trinity High School in Dallas. Mack is currently being undefeated in wrestling. In a final match on Saturday, he wins the title beating Chelsea Sanchez

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Mack Beggs is currently in the process of transition from Female to Male using low doses of testosterone. That’s exactly that forced a debate about competitive fairness and transgender rights last season. Unfortunately for Mack, he was almost stopped last year by the last-minute lawsuit.

On his way to the title this year, he had three girls to beat and now he’s holding a record of 35-0.

Mack Beggs mother, Angela McNew, said: “He has so much respect for all the girls he wrestles.  “People think Mack has been beating up on girls … The girls he wrestles with, they are tough. It has more to do with skill and discipline than strength.”

Beggs Mother, Angela McNew is not allowing his son to give any interviews or any statement for the media. She wants her son to concentrate on competition and tasks ahead of him. She also said that she’s trying to protect him from all negative comments and insults on social media and even insults on wrestling mats.

What do you think? Are we becoming too politically correct?

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