Cris Cyborg may at last be headed to UFC fame, as the present ladies’ featherweight champion inked another agreement this week that will keep her with the advancement for “at any rate the following 15 months.” DJ Hustle
Cyborg, who broke the news all on her new web site, will likewise turn into the most generously compensated female contender right now on the UFC list.
“I am excited to be committed to the UFC,” Cyborg said in a statement. “Dana White has proven himself as the best promoter in the sport, and with the recent addition of Mick Maynard as women’s matchmaker, I felt it was time to come to an agreement where we can both work together and be committed in both building the UFC and the Cris Cyborg brands. … I am excited to start this new chapter in my career as a real partner with the UFC and the fights we will promote together.”
The agreement news comes in an indistinguishable week from Cyborg marking on to battle previous UFC ladies’ bantamweight champion Holly Holm at UFC 219 on Dec. 30 from Las Vegas. It will be the Brazilian’s first UFC title barrier in the wake of winning the 145-pound crown with a third-round TKO prevail upon Invicta FC champion Tonya Evinger back at UFC 214.
Notwithstanding a couple of misfortunes, Cyborg is at long last getting her desire to sit on a ladies’ featherweight division under UFC run the show. Expanding her stay will just draw out her capacity to bond herself as the best female warrior in blended hand to hand fighting (MMA) history.