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Even though Cyborg wants to be released from the UFC, she says Ronda Rousey is running from her

Even though Cyborg wants to be released from the UFC, she says Ronda Rousey is running from her

The title of this article only makes sense if you’re Tito Ortiz or Cyborg Santos. Then again, Ronda Rousey did fight at 145lbs back when she first joined Strikeforce.

We hate this situation as much as you do, so it pains us to continue talking about it. It’s that same kind of pain that happens when your foot falls asleep while watching a long monologue in a video game; then it’s time to play and you try to sit up, but you realize your foot is asleep, so you have to hit pause and try to shake it out. Eventually, you resume playing, and never give it a second thought.

Screw it, I don’t know who’s running from who or which girl is ducking which other girl. All I know is that the world of women’s MMA needs this fight to happen at any weight class. The democratic solution would be to flip a coin and have each girl pick which side of the quarter would land face up. Then the winner could choose what weight this fight takes place at… But realistically, Tito would insist on picking whatever side Ronda Rousey picks, and we’d be right back where we started.

Tito, we know you’ve retired from men’s MMA but now you’re just aggravating women’s MMA. Please stop advising Cyborg to leave the UFC. We need her to fight Ronda before packing her bags and heading for Invicta! Maybe this situation needs more trash-talk from both ladies to find a resolution. Egg them on via twitter, you have our blessing.

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