Dana White Finally Admits To Doing Cris Cyborg Dirty

UFC President Dana White admits that Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino has had a tough time in the UFC.

“She’s had a rough go here in the UFC,” White recently told MMAjunkie. “She hasn’t been thrilled with things that have been said, things that have been done. So the least we can do is get our (expletive) together and get this woman a fight for the title.”

Justino will fight Invicta Bantamweight Champion Tonya Evinger for the vacant UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship on July 29 at UFC 214.

The UFC stripped Germaine de Randamie of the featherweight title due to her refusing to defend her championship against Justino.

“We make it very clear. When you go into that division, you know who you’re going to be fighting,” White said. “Basically, ‘Cyborg’ owns that division. You go into the 145-pound division and you’re fighting for a belt, you’re going to fight ‘Cyborg.’”

“Cyborg” was originally scheduled to fight Invicta Featherweight Champion Megan Anderson for the vacant UFC title, but Anderson was forced to withdraw from the fight.

“(Anderson) had some personal problems and couldn’t do this fight,” White said. “And Tonya Evinger is a girl who has been around for a long time. She’s tough, she’s gritty, and what I’m really looking for is, I want a woman that’s going to go out and fight ‘Cyborg.’ I believe Tonya Evinger is that woman. We’ll see.”