UFC women’s featherweight champion Cris Cyborg is undoubtedly the most dangerous female fighter to ever step inside the octagon. The champ has never lost a fight since last 13 years of professional MMA. The powerhouse has went the distance only thrice in her career. She has literally ran through the featherweight division, leaving it short of contenders.
However for someone having that sort of hard exterior, Cyborg has an extremely soft inferior. After all, that’s what a champion’s mentality is. As it is said, strong people don’t put others down, they lift them up.
Cris Cyborg is now organising an anti-bullying seminar for kids between 6-13 years of age in Huntington Beach, California where she currently trains under coach Jason Parillo and legend Tito Ortiz. (via Twitter).
ATTN PARENTS: Saturday Sept 15th I will be hosting a back-to- school No Bully training seminar JUST FOR KIDS (boys and girls) ages 6-13 from 10am-1pm in Huntington Beach CA. Space is limited and will reach capacity! To register your child for this event call 714-894-2399 pic.twitter.com/87HrwzxS2X
— #Bellator271 @CrisCyborg.Com Returns Nov 12th (@criscyborg) July 26, 2018
This is not the first incident where Cyborg has shown massive humanity. Cyborg stepped in to fight newcomer and Invicta FC women’s Bantamweight Champion Yana Kunitskaya on short notice at UFC 222 back in March. Not so surprisingly, she won the fight via vicious first round TKO.
After the victory, Cyborg and her teammates went to In-N-Out cheeseburgers to purchase 222 cheeseburgers and distribute amongst the needy people on Skid Row, with reference to her victory at UFC 222.
UFC: Cris Cyborg feeds 222 cheeseburgers to the needy with reference to her victory at UFC 222