Cristiane Justino‘s reign of terror briefly left the world of MMA on Friday night, but “Cyborg’s” muay Thai bout at Lion Fight 11 was no less violent.

Santos, an Invicta FC featherweight champion and former Strikeforce titleholder, unleashed a gut-pummeling assault on Jennifer Colomb, a late replacement for Martina Jindrov. Colomb, a French fighter, entered the bout with a 10-0 record and 10 knockouts.

But in the fight, which aired on AXS TV from the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, Justino simply overpowered Colomb, who eventually succumbed to a storm of body punches.

Check out those highlights, as well as Bellator vet Cosmo Alexandre‘s main-event victory over Nampon, with the above video.

As for Justino, she recently told MMAjunkie.com Radio that, barring a potential bout with UFC champ Ronda Rousey, she plans to defend her title at Invicta FC 7 later this year.

For the latest on Invicta FC 7, stay tuned to the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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