The Ultimate Fighting Championship has severed ties with Cris “Cyborg” Santos.
Cris "Cyborg" Santos has finally parted ways after lengthy and contentious negotiations with the UFC, but has now signed on with Invicta FC.
Former 145-pound champion Cris "Cyborg" Santos returns to fighting at Invicta FC 5 on April 5, but she doesn't feel she has to prove anything to anyone.
Ronda Rousey feels Cris "Cyborg" Santos is simply seeking attention in an attempt to not fade into obscurity and will eventually have to come around and fight.
Cris "Cyborg" Santos' manager, Tito Ortiz, on Friday night said that his client has asked to be released from her contract with the UFC.
Cris Cyborg Santos unleashed a fiery tirade targeted at Dana White and Ronda Rousey, but it came with an offer, an offer that could eventually lead to Rousey vs. Cyborg in the Octagon.
If Cris "Cyborg" Santos and Ronda Rousey ever meet in the UFC, it will have to be at 145lbs or it won't be happening at all.
There are a lot of fights that could happen in the world of women's MMA, but none would be bigger than Strikeforce champion Ronda Rousey taking on former champ Cris "Cyborg" Santos.
Despite all the doom and gloom of cancellations and stretched fight cards, the world of MMA can look forward optimistically as just around the corner lie in wait 3 MegaFights.
Cris “Cyborg” Santos’ manager, Tito Ortiz, believes a bout with Ronda Rousey will happen, but not at 135 pounds.