Cis Cyborg has started a debate among a couple female fighters, and no one is really for her side.
In a message, Cyborg stated, “It’s clear #usada is targeting me. I have been tested 3 times in less than a month even though I don’t have a signed bout agreement.
“I am a clean athlete and support USADA Testing as it gives me a chance to prove to my fans I am competing clean. With that said, I want to make sure Holly Holm is being tested with the same number of tests leading up to our #ufc219 main event.
“If they show up at my house at 6am then I want them to show up at Holly Holm’s house at 6am the same amount of times!!! @JacksonWink_MMA has had more athletes than any other gym in MMA suspended by USADA and because of this I want a guarantee that both Athletes will be tested the same amount of times between now and our fight Dec. 30th!!!”
Then the former UFC bantamweight champion Holly Holm released a quick video on Instagram. In it she stated that she’s actually been tested more than Cris Cyborg and said she doesn’t look for applauds when she passes her drug tests.
Here’s Holm’s video, followed by Cyborg’s latest response:
Cris Cyborg responds to Holly Holm:
Now that you’re all caught up, former UFC bantamweight champion Miesha Tate has injected herself into the debate, siding with Holm and denouncing Cyborg’s credibility.
It’s definitely worth the two minutes of you time.
Miesha’s full statement on the subject is below:
— MMA on SiriusXM (@MMAonSiriusXM) October 19, 2017