What is Amanda Nunes record?
Nunes, 33, holds a 21-4-0 record and has not lost a bout since 2014, winning her last 12 consecutive fights. In addition to the UFC women’s bantamweight title, Nunes holds the women’s featherweight title.
Who has beaten Cyborg?
Nunes knocked Cyborg out in 51 seconds and won the featherweight championship. It sparked incredible celebrations for the Brazilian, and she is yet to lose a fight.
Is Cyborg UFC a man?
She is the only MMA fighter in history, male or female, to become a Grand Slam Champion, holding world championships across four major mixed martial arts promotions. Cyborg is widely regarded as one of the greatest female mixed martial artists of all time.
Who is cyborgs partner?
Sarah Simms is a supporting character in the DC Universe and a romantic love interest of Cyborg.
Does Cyborg still fight?
Cyborg’s seven-fight UFC career ended after she had a nasty spat and split with UFC president Dana White in the summer of 2019. Soon afterward, she signed with Bellator. In her first fight for the promotion last year at the Forum, Cyborg dismantled Julia Budd for the title she now holds.
Where did Cris Cyborg do most of her fighting?
Cris Cyborg Stance Orthodox Fighting out of San Diego, California, U.S. Team Chute Boxe Academy The Arena MMA Atos Ji Trainer Rudimar Fedrigo
When did Cris Cyborg fight Yana Kunitskaya?
Cyborg faced former Invicta bantamweight champion, Yana Kunitskaya, on March 3, 2018, at UFC 222 for her second featherweight title defense. Cyborg won the fight by TKO in the first round. After the win, she gave out 222 burgers to Los Angeles’ homeless, as her way of celebration.
When did Cris Cyborg renew her contract with Strikeforce?
Her contract with Strikeforce expired on June 26, 2011. She renewed her Strikeforce contract on August 25, 2011. On September 23, 2011, Cyborg announced that she would return to the promotion to face Hiroko Yamanaka. The fight took place at Strikeforce: Melendez vs. Masvidal on December 17, 2011.
Who is the next challenger for Cris Cyborg?
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker stated that the next challenger for Cyborg would most likely be Erin Toughill. However, Toughill later announced her intentions to leave Strikeforce and plans for the fight were cancelled.