Could this be the end of pigeon ass?

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women’s strawweight No. 1 contender, Claudia Gadelha, 28, is reevaluating her career at 115 pounds after getting thrashed by ex-bantamweight Jessica Andrade at the UFC Fight Night 117 mixed martial arts (MMA) event last September in Japan.

No excuses.

In the old days, fighters who were eliminated from the division title chase would typically drop a weight class, but in light of what’s happening with weight-cutting reform, combatants are now moving up in weight.

Because it’s much easier to fight when you’re not recovering from a near-death experience.

“TKO in two minutes of the first round as a 125’er a few years ago,” the Brazilian wrote on social media. “Did you guys like when use to fight as a flyweight? Let me know your thoughts about my next fight.”

That’s not an invitation to send her a dick pic.

Gadelha (15-3) previously competed at 125 pounds, but was forced to shed some skin when she first entered UFC because strawweight was the only game in town. Fast-forward a few years and the promotion is now offering a flyweight division, which is getting its share of 115-pound imports.

Will “Claudinha” be one of them? Let her know!