‘Cyborg’ responds to Ronda Rousey taunts, vows to send the unbeaten UFC champion to retirement
Cris 'Cyborg' Justino, Invicta champion at 145, needs to cut down to 135 lbs. to fight UFC champion Ronda Rousey. Photo from Sherdog.com

CRIS “Cyborg” Justino had a quick counter to Ronda Rousey’s attacks on social media, saying it will be the latter’s last fight when they finally face off.

It is believed weight issues are keeping the fight from happening, but Rousey, the unbeaten UFC champion, said Justino, a fighter for the all-female MMA outfit Invicta,  is simply waiting for a bigger offer.

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Rousey has also made note of Justino’s steroids history, which cost her some money and a quick win in Strikeforce downgraded to a no contest.

“The delay is all about money, not her weight. She made 145 pumped full of steroids. She can healthily make 135 without them,” said Rousey.

Justino posted in twitter a reply, saying she has been clean for years.

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