"I say we forget this business and run."
That's exactly my point. You're talking about how men will always have advantages over women, but the thing about that entire argument is that - even if taken 100% as accurate with zero contention - it relies on the argument that sports are already filled with peak examples. Which... they aren't. Likewise this whole distinction thing has been fairly binary at this point and we haven't even broken into how integrated teams would impact trans, otherwise non-binary, and so-on players. Or how groups like WWE - again - are more performative than actual feats anyways.There's nothin "Olympian" about NFL, WWF or WWE.
EDIT: I will take this point to clarify that I'm not saying physical abilities matter NIL when it comes to stuff like Football. But take a look at where NFL athletes get drawn from and you'll see certain patterns from which teams, institutes, and so-on tend to be picked from most frequently. Physicality isn't even the deciding factor among exclusively male teams so much as ability to hype / advertise, which universities / teams they had the luck of convenience to be able to filter into before draft, and so-on.