XMMA has announced that EliteXC veteran Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos will battle Marloes Coenen at XMMA 7: Inferno on Friday, February 27 in Montreal, Quebec.
Santos, a member of the Chute Boxe Academy, possesses a mixed martial arts record of 6-1. Santos had an impressive year securing victories over Shayna Baszler and Yoko Takahashi. Santos was on a collision course with EliteXC star Gina Carano before the company ceased operations in October.
Coenen, a native of Deventer, Holland, possesses a mixed martial arts record of 16-2. Coenen owns victories over the likes Yoko Takahashi, Keiko Tamai, and Yuuki Kondo.
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