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Cris Cyborg drops the sad Dana White Bombshell

Cris Cyborg drops the sad Dana White Bombshell

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Cris Cyborg is undoubtedly one of the most popular and respected fights in the entire MMA world. She is Bellator Women’s Featherweight Champion and has held the title as of January 2020. In addition to being one of the most celebrated mixed martial artists in her field, Cyborg is also one of the most successful, having not lost a fight in several years. That loss came on December 29, 2018 to Amanda Nunes at UFC 232.

Dana White is the President of the UFC and certainly a controversial figure in the world of MMA. Dana White was also previously accused of an “illegal crime” in Las Vegas.

Dana White’s mother, June White, wrote an unauthorized biography of the UFC president in 2011, which included his childhood and how he changed after success.

The book, titled Dana White, King of MMA, explored how he was once a loving friend and caring son who morphed into a “selfish, egotistical, arrogant and cruel” vengeful bully who cared about the feelings of others .

Cris Cyborg tweeted her thoughts on how Dana White slapped his wife in response to journalist Kevin Iole’s column on the subject. She objected to Iole’s comment “when he decided to hit back after his wife hit him the first time”.

“I watched the video and saw a larger man aggressively grab his wife’s arm and pull her into his personal space. That was the fist [sic] physical aggression in the video.”

I watched the video and saw a larger man aggressively grab his wife’s arm and pull her into his personal space. That was the first physical aggression in the video. @KevinI

“when he decided to hit back after his wife hit him for the first time.” https://t.co/sp3qnZV0vL

— CrisCyborg.Com (@criscyborg) January 4, 2023

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