She had her last win changed to a no-contest after she tested positive for stanozolol.
So what does a cheat do when they can't get a fight? They tweet.
what he wants me to do is fight Rhonda with both my hands tied behind my back or comatosed-so that she can have a chance— Cris Cyborg (@criscyborg) January 31, 2013
which is what making me fight at 135 is- to finally shut everyone up - i will fight Rhonda with one hand tied behind my Back at 140lb— Cris Cyborg (@criscyborg) January 31, 2013
and still kick her ass and prove that I'm the real champ not her- and let the winner take ALL.Come on @rondarousey step up, bitch!— Cris Cyborg (@criscyborg) January 31, 2013
Late last year Rousey addressed the weight class differences:
"I just don't understand where her [Cyborg's] sense of entitlement is coming from. She hasn't fought in like two years and won a fight that's really counted. If this happened to a man, think about it, if this was the men's division, and it was someone who hadn't recorded a win in two years then had their title stripped from them because they were caught cheating -- would you expect them to come back from their suspension and be like, 'I want the biggest title fight out there, with all the considerations that I want? And if not given to me, it's because they're running from me."
Yep, Winstrol is a nice drug, isn't it? Sense of entitlement is bad enough. The need to rage and drop the 'bitch' line? Classless.
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