A woman’s UFC battle in New York will proceed after prior reports it had been dropped because of one (or both) of the members’ bosom inserts may rupture.

TMZ initially gave an account on April 7, the day preceding UFC 210 in Buffalo, that the New York State Athletic Commission, had pulled Pearl Gonzalez, 30, from her session with Cynthia Calvillo.


The NYSACA’s guidelines say, “Due to the concern over rupture, boxers who have breast implants are not eligible to box in New York.” Gonzalez had planned to make her big UFC appearance in the battle. White said in a tweet, “STOP listening to web sites and whoever. If u don’t hear it from us it’s probably not true. THIS FIGHT IS ON!!!!” The NYSAC has confirmed the fight will go ahead saying, “The Commission has completed its review and has cleared Ms. Gonzalez to participate in UFC 210.” Later, the specialists expounded saying that Gonzalez had never been pulled from the battle however that a survey was occurring.

Addressing the media after bosom embed door gave off an impression of being over, Gonzalez was cited by MMA Junkie as saying, “I don’t think I wanted the world to know about my surgery and to be talked about like this. I have worked very hard to show how talented I am. I have a lot to bring to this division, and that’s what I would like to be known for. All media is good media, so I’m going to ride this wave, and if this makes my fight bigger and gets my name out there, I’m going to ride it. I’m going to win tomorrow night, and I’m going to show the world that not only do I have breast implants, but I am a talented fighter.”