Cris Cyborg finally opens up about her muay-thai loss

As I was writing this article, ‏@MarloesCoenen tweeted this photo of a six-year-old boy from India that is worshiped like a God because he has a tail of hair growing from his back. Damn, if that’s all it takes to be a deity in India wait until they see my ability to fart under my armpit using my hand while simultaneously beatboxing Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Bring da Ruckus.’ I’ll probably have fourteen cats sacrificed in my honor because of that.

Still, regardless of my celestial and religious status in India, Cris Cyborg could still shove her fist into my face and there would be absolutely nothing I could do about it. Sure she lost her most recent combat sports bout in muay-thai against Amsterdam’s Jorina Baars at Lion Fight 14. However, it was her third muay-thai match and she went up against a multi-national champion that’s been in more muay-thai fights than Cyborg has participated in her entire combat sports career.

Cris Cyborg recently opened up about her loss on Inside MMA, and we really think you should watch it to enlighten your life.

Published on April 15, 2014 at 5:49 pm
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