I think Both Dana and Rhonda are thankful Cyborg can't or won't make 135. Sorry but I'm not in the habit of questioning fighters who know their own bodies better than I do. If cyborg thinks that she will not fight well at 135 or it's dangerous to her health to even try, then she shouldn't do it. Because even if it does happen, she would have already lost the fight stressing out over the cut. She's doing a smart thing, maybe Invicta gets picked up by bellator or they cross promote. That could give her some exposure, going over and fighting in Japan could also get her some extra money, I'd love to see her fight Rin Nakki. and if the UFC continues to develop WMMA, then eventually they will have enough fighters for a 145 division. I'd be interested to see if there are more women going into MMA since the UFC announced the 135 division...
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