Former Strikeforce women's featherweight champion Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos has made it clear she is not a Ronda Rousey fan. And while she would be more than happy to step into the cage with "Rowdy," Santos said she has been medically advised against trying to make 135 pounds. With that in mind, Santos said she's done talking about Rousey and any potential fight for the bantamweight title. If Rousey wants to prove her worth, Santos said, let her come back to 145 pounds to do it - the same view original article >>
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