UFC Featherweight Champ Cris Cyborg Talks TUF 28 With Karyn Bryant And Michael Bisping

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UFC Featherweight Champ Cris Cyborg stopped by the TUF Talk set to discuss episode four of  TUF 28 with Karyn Bryant and Michael Bisping. The three break down Julija Stoliarenko’s victory over Marciea Allen, and Cris lets us know if she would have liked to compete on and/or coach The Ultimate Fighter.

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74 Comments on "UFC Featherweight Champ Cris Cyborg Talks TUF 28 With Karyn Bryant And Michael Bisping"

    • This is Cris walking weight. She used to be heavier. She keeps like that now, gradually goes down to 165 lbs when a fight is booked to have energy for hardest part of training, goes down to 155 lbs and gets to 145 on time without suffering so much from weight cutting. Changin to a healthier proper diet for athletes helps Cris Cyborg cutting then recovering fast for fighting.

  1. Let me start out with saying I think cyborg is a phenomenal fighter in the octagon. I've been watching her for over 10/ 15 years now, I do think that steroids used on her could have altered a lot of things. Nothing surprises me when it comes to some of the things that can be done under the knife in Brazil. What I would like to see is a testosterone test on her. It's going to be a long time before someone can actually beat her in the octagon. There is something not right for her and it's going to get to the point where either she's going to lose fights on purpose because people are going to get sick of watching her or…her bones are just going to deteriorate from all the steroids. Just my personal opinion wondering what other people think?

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