Contrary to her own statements, Cris Cyborg is said to be looking at signing a new UFC deal, reported to her agent Audie Attar.
Cris Cyborg has been on rickety land in terms of her approaching in the UFC. Over the past year, she has been mentioning a accomplishable stretch in Bellator, as well as fetching a few pugilism matches.
Her UFC written agreement may be expiring next calendar month but the former women’s featherweight prizewinning will be staying put, at least reported to her pugilism director Jason Parillo. This was concurred by her director Audie Attar.
“The hopes are we can get a new deal done with the UFC, but time will tell on whether that is accomplishable or not,” Attar told ESPN. “We haven’t standard any authoritative fighting offering but she would love to fighting in her hometown. We’ve had some soft discussions astir her next fighting and her approaching. She’d love to fighting for the UFC.
”Cris Cyborg is one of the biggest draws in MMA. And that is fact. Even in that last fighting, she went in there and didn’t fighting her fighting and got caught, but it was still exciting to watch.”
From her end, Cyborg is interested in fetching fightings in the UFC, which she intends to be either a rematch against Amanda Nunez, or to fighting Megan Anderson at UFC 237 this May in her home country of Brazil.