Former UFC bantamweight champion Holly Holm made a run for the featherweight title on Saturday, Dec. 30, at UFC 219. In the night's main event, inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., the former title holder went toe-to-toe with reigning featherweight champion Cris Cyborg in a highly anticipated match up. The two MMA warriors put on a brutal 25 minute battle, with Cyborg ultimately earning a unanimous decision victory over her opponent. While the night of fights is now in the books, some controversy has since come to fruition concerning Holm's training camp. A message was posted by the team Greg Jackson official photographer over social media concerning Cris Cyborg, referring to Cyborg as a man. Controversy has since bubbled up concerning the statement. Taking to social media again, the credentialed photographer has decided to offer a lengthy apology. "As the most hated photographer in the world today, I feel its necessary to comment on the recent fall out I’m causing for both Hollys and Cyborgs camps, and their respectful friends, fans, and families. At the conclusion of UFC 219, I took the final bus out of the arena back to the hotel and ended up on the same bus as Chris Cyborg and her team. As I sat in the back I began to hear them cheer and revel in their victory and discuss small parts of the event. "A couple things really bothered me. I heard them laughing and commenting on a picture that renowned photographer Esther Lin took of Cyborgs toes literally in Hollys eye from a kick. Cyborg then went on to discuss how during clinches “the bitch” just “stayed and hugged her but she did nothing”. When I got back to the hotel I posted a picture with an inappropriate caption that everyone is now talking about. "I was obviously acting out of anger and frustration. My personal emotions got in the way of my professional status which I failed to adhere to. But there is more to it, Cyborg leading up to the fight through her own Social Media accounts accused Holly and our camp of being the most drug failed camp ever. This is a totally fabricated lie and can’t be based on any merit whatsoever. "Only one CURRENT athlete from our camp has ever been punished for USADA related issues and I was extremely frustrated with the perception that Cyborg and her fans had painted us as cheaters and losers. Jackson Wink had over 60 UFC fights throughout the world and hundreds of other fighters fighting all around the world at many different organizations. Every fighter has their home team based out of whatever country or state they hail from and come here for training, some of them with their own teams. "We absolutely can’t be responsible for each and every one of their daily activities. That being said I am embarrassed by my actions and I sincerely apologize to @criscyborg riscyborg and her friends, fans, and most importantly her family for posting such an ugly misrepresentation of a great hard earned championship retention. I also want to apologize to the members of team Jacksonwink who were effected by that insincere post." https://www.instagram.com/p/Bda6c4Un_Ht/?hlen&taken-byma2_media However, JacksonWink MMA's official Facebook page has since offered another side of the story. Taking to the social media platform, the training camp stated: "In response to our media person's recent Instagram remark about Cyborg, there is a backstory as to why he made his comment. After Cyborg's victory, she was heard backstage by our media guy calling Holly a "Bi#%h" and laughing at a photo depicting her own toe in Holly's eye. "They were heard mocking Holly's performance. Our media guy was defensive of our fighter and space and he used Cyborg's past history of steroid use, in a knee jerk, response. We were unaware of all the backstage talk and his response on a public forum until yesterday. He regrets putting JW in this position. We don't condone putting others down. Congratulations to Cyborg and her team and we look forward to a rematch." https://www.facebook.com/jacksonwinkmma/posts/1636152713095278 For more MMA news click here.