Cris Cyborg: Bellator sign ex-UFC featherweight champion

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Former UFC champion Cris Cyborg is now signed with rival promotion Bellator in what the organisation describes as”the greatest deal in women’s MMA history”.
Brazilian-American Cyborg, 34, is the only fighter to guard the title that is featherweight also was UFC featherweight champion for times.
She finished her UFC career in July by beating Felicia Spencer to finish in the organization with seven wins and one loss.
Her defeat with Amanda Nunes year ended a series.
“I’ve worked with countless athletes over my 30-plus years of boosting battle sports, however there is nothing like Cyborg,” said Bellator president Scott Coker, who’d previously worked with Cyborg at the Strikeforce promotion.
“Cyborg is the most prominent female fighter in the history of the game and she’ll be an ideal match here in Bellator.”
Cyborg will have the opportunity to win a name with held belts at UFC, Invicta and Strikeforce.
“You guys know I have a good deal of girls I’d like to fight at 145lbs and this usually means you’re going to have a lot of fights each year and I’m quite happy about that,” she explained.
“My Aim is to be the only female fighter to carry four different major names in the same division”

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