The sorry saga of Cris Cyborg swinging for Angela Magana at the UFC’s fighter retreat last week continues apace. Following on from the incident, most fighters have sided with Cris, despite her being the physical aggressor – including the head coach of Magana’s fight team, Alliance MMA, Brandon Vera, who kicked her off the team and issued the following statement:

“was gonna leave this alone….,but this trifling C*nt is still at it. She kinda embodies what’s wrong with the world today… super entitled, whines n Cries about everything, IG ass famous, and no other skills whatsoever, pretty worthless.

Bitch you got your card pulled….. for “cyber bullying” someone you thought you’d never run into. Super drama Queen……..Do me a favor and keep your ass away from my Alliance MMA

I super feel like a bully for posting this, but, she’s a prime example of the world gone to shit, crybaby ass, the only positive thing about it is she isn’t a guy….. (fuck) there’s plenty of them as well.

P.S. There’s a reason why No One is standing up for u, not your homegirls, training partners, even fighters at the summit. You deserved it… Also, your hospital pics are shit for a case since you went to a #snoopdogg concert that very same evening.

If this burns any of y’all and wanna talk about it… I’m in Guam now and back to PH next week. Come on out.”

Since 30lbs seperates any chance of a grudge match between Cyborg and Magana, Jessica Andrade has stepped in and offered to fight Magana on Cyborg’s behalf.

Cris is a big friend of mine and I respect her a lot, and I saw everything that on Twitter, (Magana) disrespecting Cris,” Andrade said. “I think you have to respect every fighter. She was acting like a clown. Cris visited a hospital for people who are battling cancer, something everybody should respect, and she’s making fun of it. That’s ugly.

I want to fight her only because of respect,” Andrade said. “She won’t do any difference for me in my career. She only loses, and hasn’t fought in two years. It won’t make any difference in my career. I want to fight her for respect. I want to see her talking trash someone in her weight class.

She just talks. Let’s see if she actually does something. It’s easy to talk, but it’s hard to actually do something. She can say anything she wants, as long as she takes the fight. “It’s not a tough fight,” Andrade said. “I can knock her out, I can submit her. I’ll win this fight by knockout and tell her inside the Octagon to be humble and respect people.”


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