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Cris Cyborg Calls Ronda Rousey A 'Do Nothing Bitch' For Not Fighting Her

Barry Arnold
By Barry Arnold
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In the build-up to Ronda Rousey's domination of Bethe Correira at UFC 190, one particular line stood out from the UFC Embedded series. When commenting on accusations of appearing masculine, Rousey responded and coined the term "do nothing bitch".

Rousey's domination of the women's bantamweight decision has led to calls from fans to look outside of the UFC for her next opponent, and one woman in particular stands out above the rest.

Cristiane 'Cyborg' Justino is the current Invictus women's Featherweight Champion and is being touted as the only woman who can put an end to Rousey's unblemished 12-0 MMA record.

Rousey has began to sell 'Do Nothing Bitch' or 'DNB' t-shirts to raise money for charity, and with Cyborg eager for a fight with the 28-year-old, she took to Twitter to use the line against her for a perceived reluctance to fight.


Cyborg recently signed to the UFC roster, and there's been speculation that the fight could take place on the McGregor vs Aldo card. However Cyborg would have to drop down to 135 to become eligible to fight bantamweight Rousey, a further obstacle cited by Rousey's is that Justino wants too much money.

Cyborg has been accused of being a drugs cheat by Rousey. Her 2011, 16-second TKO of Hiroko Yamankaka was ruled to be a no-contest as Cyborg after tested positive for performance enhancing drug stanzolol. 

Cyborg has fought 16 times and the only loss of her career came by submission in her very first fight in 2005. A potential fight between the two most dominant female fighters currently in mixed martial arts would be a huge draw for Dana White and the UFC.

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