Watch Amanda Nunes CRUSH Cris Cyborg at #UFC232 With Round 1 KO

In what was easily the most unexpected outcome of the night, Amanda Nunes completely crushed Cris Cyborg with a massive knockout at UFC 232. And it took less than a minute. What a massive shocker at UFC 232. To see the KO, click below. . . . . . . . . OH MY GOD AMANDA NUNES!!!!!!!#UFC232 — UFC (@ufc) December 30, 2018

Dana White Reveals Cris Cyborg Turned Down UFC Title Fights

The outcome of a fight between Ronda Rousey and Cris Cyborg continues to be a hotly debated topic among MMA fans. This week UFC chief Dana white revealed he’s made offers to Cyborg and been turned down twice. “What’s crazy about that is this: I offered Cris Cyborg a title fight at 145 pounds a month ago,” White told the UFC Unfiltered podcast. “She had eight weeks to get ready for it, she said she couldn’t make the weight, said she couldn’t make 145 pounds. “So then I offered her another 145-pound title fight for Brooklyn (UFC 208), she turned it down. She turned down two 145-pound title fights. One because she said she couldn’t make 145 pounds…

Cyborg Crushes Ibragimova With Ease At Invicta FC 15

On Saturday, Jan. 16, Invicta Fighting Championships hosted Invicta FC 15: Cyborg vs. Ibragimova from The Hangar at OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, Calif. The seven-fight card streamed live and exclusively on Invicta FC 15 Full Results: Cris Cyborg def. Daria Ibragimova by KO (Punches), R1 Livia Renata Souza def. DeAnna Bennett by TKO (Strikes), R1 Colleen Schneider def. Raquel Pa’aluhi by Decision (Split) Amber Brown def. Shino VanHoose by Submission (Guillotine), R1 Mizuki Inoue def. Lacey Schuckman by Submission (Armbar), R3 Angela Hill def. Alida Gray by TKO (Strikes), R1 Megan Anderson def. Amber Leibrock by TKO (Strikes), R3

Cris Cyborg Makes Weight With Ease For Invicta 15

INVICTA FC 15 WEIGH-IN RESULTS, PHOTOGRAPHS Invicta FC 15, headlined by featherweight champion Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino  defending her belt against Russian grappler Daria Ibragimova, streams live and exclusively on tomorrow, Jan. 16 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT from The Hangar at OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, Calif.Below are the results and photographs from the Invicta FC 15 weigh-ins, which were held at Punishment Training Center on Friday, Jan. 15.INVICTA FC 15 WEIGH-IN RESULTSFeatherweight Title: Cristiane Justino (144.6 lb) vs. Daria Ibragimova (143.7 lb) Strawweight Title: Livia Renata Souza (113.9 lb) vs. DeAnna Bennett (114.6 lb) Bantamweight: Raquel Pa’aluhi (135.5 lb) vs. Colleen Schneider* (136.2 lb) Atomweight: Amber Brown (105.7 lb) vs. Shino VanHoose (105.3 lb) Strawweight: Lacey Schuckman (114.9 lb) vs….

Cris Cyborg Skipping 140 To Fight At 145

If you’ve been waiting to see INVICTA FC champion Cris Cyborg make her fighting debut at 140 pounds unfortunately your wish won’t be granted unless there is a huge financial windfall at the end of the rainbow. In an open letter on her site, the “baddest woman on the planet” says health wise competing at 135 pounds is not her best option. After careful discussions with her nutritionists and strength and conditioning coaches, 145 pounds is a better choice health wise and what she’ll compete at going forward. Cyborg also discusses long time media nemesis Ronda Rousey and new champion Holly Holm. Below is an excerpt from her post: Some fans are disappointed I…

Should Ronda Rousey Move Up?

After every Ronda Rousey fight, the question arises of when will she finally face Cris “Cyborg” Justino. And for the past two years the response from Ronda has been the same, “She has to make 135lb.” “She needs not to be on steroids” and etc. But has the time now come for this fight to have to happen? Cris presented her case to a national audience on ESPN’s Sport Center this week and brought up a valid point. Ronda Rousey has clearly wiped out the 135lb women’s division. Her 34 second mauling of Bethe Correia at last weeks UFC 190 was more proof of that. The next contender for Ronda would be Miesha Tate, to…

Invicta: Cris Cyborg Dismantles Van Duin in 45 Secs.

The “Most Feared Woman in MMA“ tagline seems to get thrown around a lot. After Invicta FC 13, the honor has been bestowed upon Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino again. It took her all of 45 seconds to destroy yet another opponent in the Invicta cage to retain her featherweight tile. This time around from The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, NV it was a game but far under gunned Faith Van Duin from Australia who fall victim. Cyborg came forward with an angry flurry at the opening bell and sent Faith bailing against the cage. A nasty knee floored Van Duin and from there a series of ground and pound punches called it end to the night….

Cris “Cyborg” To Headline Invicta FC 11

LOS ANGELES HOSTS INVICTA FC 11 Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino HeadlinesFriday, February 27 – Live on KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Invicta Fighting Championships today announced the location and full fight card for Invicta FC 11, which will stream live and exclusively on from Shrine Auditorium on Friday, February 27.Invicta FC Featherweight Champion Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino (12-1, 1 NC) will return to action and defend her title against Canadian challenger Charmaine ‘Not So Sweet’ Tweet (6-4).Justino was originally scheduled to headline Invicta FC 10 last December, but was forced off the card after suffering a full thickness rupture of the anterior talofibular ligament in her left ankle. She has not competed in MMA since July of 2013 when she defeated Marloes Coenen…

[Video] Cyborg Discusses Ankle Injury Via Video

As reported previously, new signed Invicta competitor Cris Cyborg has been forced to withdraw from her scheduled bantamweight debut in the main event of Invicta FC 10 on Dec. 5. In order to give fans more insight into her ankle injury, Cyborg took to her YouTube channel to set the record straight and shared a picture of the ankle in question. Invicta FC, Strikeforce WMMA Champion Cris Cyborg Justino (Chute Box) announces her injury and batamweight debut delay scheduled for Invicta 10. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu World Champion (BJJ) and Lion Fight (Muay Thai) veteran, Cris Cyborg discusses the struggle of staying in San Diego USA after immigrating from Brazil. Cris Cyborg also mentions the difficulties of training…

Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio To Headline, Cyborg Out

WATERSON VS. TIBURCIO TO HEADLINE INVICTA FC 10 AFTER INJURY TO ‘CYBORG’ JUSTINO Kansas City, Mo. – Invicta Fighting Championships today announced that Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino (12-1) injured her left ankle, suffering a full thickness rupture of the anterior talofibular ligament, and has been forced to withdraw from her scheduled bantamweight debut in the main event of Invicta FC 10 on Dec. 5. Justino has not competed in MMA since July of 2013 when she defeated Marloes Coenen (22-6) via fourth-round TKO at Invicta FC 6 to capture the Invicta FC Featherweight Championship. Invicta FC Atomweight Champion Michelle Waterson (12-3) now headlines Invicta FC 10 when she faces Brazilian challenger Herica Tiburcio (8-2). Waterson is coming off…