“She’s a little disappointed of course, but it doesn’t change anything in our plans. Our goal is still get to 135 by summer and fight Ronda Rousey in the fall if the UFC is willing to step up. I don’t see how this fight or this loss puts Cris back at all in the MMA world or makes people want to her the [Rousey] fight less. Rousey is out making movies while Cris is taking on the best fighters in the world in other sports.”
Cyborg’s manager, George Prajin, tells ESPN that his athlete is still set on a course to fight Ronda Rousey despite her recent set back in the Muay Thai world.
Cyborg returned to action last Friday where she made a valiant effort to attain the Lion Fights title against Jorina Baars (Video HERE).