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It’s been since Cris “Cyborg” Justino continue foughtbut she is eventually summoned to put her UFC featherweight championship on the line when she steps into Octagon over from bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes at the UFC 232 major event. 

In front of the Dec. 2-9 show down, Cyborg met with the press at her new fitness center at Los Angeles, where she spoke not just about the super-fight with Nunes, but also about where her career is led because her UFC contract at its ending. She’s got one bout left her present contract following the fight with Nunes.

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Cyborg has alot on her mind for future years. She has observed the UFC’s evolution, or lack thereof, at the women’s 145-pound division; has kept a watch potentially stepping into the boxing ring to check her mettle there; but isn’t available to trick her hands onto exactly what ’s definitely going to take care of her mixed martial arts career.

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