100% Reviewed
Top 10 Best Fighters (26 Total):
1. Godofredo Castro - 93.9
2. Vicente Luque - 93.1
3. Cris Cyborg - 92.9
4. Eric Spicely - 92.6
5. Francisco Trinaldo - 92.2
6. Rani Yahya - 92.0
7. Michel Prazeres - 91.9
8. Renan Barao - 91.9
9. Erick Silva - 91.7
10. Roy Nelson - 91.3
UFC Fight Night 95: Cyborg vs. Lansberg
Location: Federal District, Brazil
Elevation: 3,845'
-Fight of the Night-
Godofredo Castro vs. Mike de la Torre
Fighters & Matches 89.6
Top 10 Fighters 92.4
TOTAL 91.0
     Gregor is supposed to be a badass wrestler, but Franca didn't have much trouble stuffing his shots in the opening round. Franca blasted Gillespie with some big punches, Gillespie kept shooting for takedowns, and Franca did a great job staying on his feet while battering Gillespie with punches & elbows to the side of the head. Gillespie finally took Franca down 90 seconds into the round, but Franca immediately got back to his feet against the fence. Gillespie kept Franca pinned against the fence, but he was spending a LOT of energy trying to secure another takedown, while Franca was slaughtering him with sharp elbows. Gillespie spun around to a back clinch with 2 minutes left in the round, and it became pretty clear that his face was a bloody mess already from those elbows. He was able to drag Franca to the ground, while holding back control with around 90 seconds left in the round. They scrambled around while trading shots on the ground, and Franca slipped out the back door and got back to his feet with a minute left in the round. Franca looks like a slug at this point, which is allowing Gillespie to land some big punches, and he finished the round with one last takedown. Round one goes to Gillespie.
     Gillespie landed some fast punch combinations to start the second round, Franca rocked the shit out of him, Gillespie shot for a takedown, Franca landed a flying knee, but Gillespie ate it and took him to the ground, absorbing some more elbows on the way down. Franca powered his way back to his feet around the 90 second mark. They spent some more time trading strikes on the feet, and Gillespie shot for another takedown, pressing Franca against the fence while Franca blasted him with elbows to the side of the head. Gillespie finally whipped him to the ground again with 90 seconds left in the second round. Gillespie beat him up with some short shots from side control, but wasn't doing a ton of damage, he was mostly just wearing him down. Gillespie's face is all busted up, but I still think he's ahead 2-0 going into the final round.
     Gillespie shot for another takedown against the fence to start the final round, Franca did a decent job defending, but eventually fell to the ground 90 seconds into the round. Gillespie passed to half mount, full mount, and then basically just pinned Franca, without doing any real damage at all. He slowly worked toward a high mount, while dropping some short punches, but he was really just smothering Franca. Franca tried to scramble back to his feet, but found himself stuck back in half guard. Gillespie passed to full mount again, and continued to drop short punches & elbows. Gillespie finally postured up with 30 seconds left in the round, he dropped some heavy elbows, Franca gave up his back, Gillespie continued to pound on his head with punches, and finished the round in complete control. That was a solid win for Gillespie in his UFC debut. He has strong ground control, but didn't do much damage, outside of just wearing down Franca for 15 minutes.
      Urbina started the fight with some big kicks, Luque rocked him with some punches, Urbina shot for a takedown, and pressed Luque against the fence, and then blasted him with a big punch as they broke apart. They both traded some wildly aggressive punches & kicks, throwing bombs from all directions, and Luque landed a clean right hand that knocked Urbina the fuck out, causing Urbina to collapse against the fence in old school UFC highlight reel fashion. That was a brutal knockout delivered by Luque, just one minute into the opening round.
      Patrick started this fight by shooting for an explosive takedown, ripping Ray across the cage to the ground, but Ray immediately stood back up. Patrick took him down again with a trip against the fence. Ray stood back up quickly, while Patrick tried to cling to his back, with sort of a side clinch. Patrick yanked him to the ground, and Ray landed in full mount. Patrick tried to sweep him, and Ray slapped on an armbar, Patrick stood up, and Ray was basically standing on his head while cranking on that armbar. He eventually had to let go, and Patrick just pressed him against the fence. They clinched, they went to the ground with an ugly scramble, and Patrick ended up inside Ray's guard halfway through the opening round. Ray landed some elbows from his back, Patrick stood up, and dropped a big hammerfist while dropping himself into Ray's half guard. Patrick passed to side control with a minute left in the round. They scrambled around, Ray went for a guillotine choke, but Patrick pased to the side to avoid any danger. Patrick tried to drop some elbows, but Ray did a good job avoiding damage on the ground. Round one goes to Patrick.
     Patrick landed a big overhand right to start the second round, and then immediately shot for another takedown, dragging Ray to the ground near the fence again just 20 seconds into the second round. Patrick landed some short elbows from half mount, while smothering Ray against the fence on the ground. Patrick grabbed the fence to held himself stay in control, which I think the referee warned him for in Portuguese. Patrick tried to pin one of Ray's arms with his knee, and Ray basically just held on with his guard, avoiding too much damage, but Patrick is clearly in full control in this fight. Patrick spun around and grabbed Ray's back with half a round to go. Ray spun around and regained his guard. The referee warned them that they need more action, Patrick landed a punch and then just laid there, so the referee stood them up with 90 seconds left in the round. Ray landed a big punch, Patrick shot for a takedown, Ray used a front choke to flip him and then he took Patrick's back with 45 seconds left in the round. Ray had one of Patrick's arms pinned inside his body triangle, so Ray was free to unload with short punches from back control until the end of the round. That round will probably go to Patrick for 3:30 of top control, but you could argue that Ray might have done more damage in the last 90 seconds. Close round, but Patrick is probably ahead 2-0 going into the final round.
     Patrick clipped Ray with a big punch to start the final round, and then grabbed the quick body lock and took Ray to the ground again, but Ray immediately started digging for a kneebar as Patrick held onto his hips from behind. Ray had to give up the leg lock, so Patrick just ended up back on top inside Ray's guard one minute into the final round. Patrick basically just pressed Ray into the fence while landing very short punches to the body and some stuff like that, but he still wasn't really doing any damage or working to advance at all. Ray went for a Kimura with 2 minutes left in the round, but he really wasn't in position to crank on it at all. Patrick ended up working for a Kimura of his own from half mount up against the fence. The round ended with Patrick on top, cranking on that arm lock, without really making any progress with it. Solid show of grappling control by Patrick, but a pretty boring fight overall. Congrats to Patrick for a big decision victory.
(Rear-Naked Choke)
      These guys circled around each other at a slow pace to start the first round, with Silva landed a couple of heavy body kicks, while Chagas was firing back with punch combinations. Chagas rocked Silva with some big punches, knocking him down toward the fence, but he recovered quickly and stood back up. Chagas threw a spinning back kick, and a few slapping leg kicks. Silva landed another big kick, and Chagas fired back with a series of heavy punches. Silva landed some clean punches, and another nice kick, and Chagas fired back with aggressive punches & knees that caused Silva to back up quickly. Chagas threw a wild kick, and Silva swarmed him with punches, knocking him to the ground, where Silva unloaded with big punches, looking to finish the fight in the final 10 seconds of the round. That explosion at the end of the round might have been enough to steal the round for Erick Silva.
     The second round started with Chagas kicking Silva in the dick. The fight started back up after a brief timeout, Silva threw a kick, Chagas caught it and took him down, Silva swept him, and ended up on top inside Chagas's guard. Silva postured up and threw some big punches, while Chagas was clearly looking to setup a triangle or something. Silva stood up, and Chagas grabbed his leg, so Silva just sat back down inside Chagas's guard again. Silva threw some big punches from the top, Chagas tried to get up, Silva started digging for a submission from a loose back control, and they stood back up. Chagas dropped Silva with some big punches, and then he pinned Silva in half mount. Chagas unloaded with some brutal elbows, bouncing Silva's head off the canvas. Chagas passed to back control, turned it into full mount, and he unloaded with some heavy elbows again. Silva tried to roll out of danger, Chagas continued to beat him up, Chagas went for an armbar, Silva slipped out and ended up back on top inside Chagas's guard with a minute left in the round. Chagas was looking for a submission from his back, and Silva was throwing big punches from the top. Silva took Chagas's back to finish out the round in control. This is a really close fight going into the final round, so I'm calling it all tied up at this point.
     These guys both looked tired at the start of the third round. They traded some big punches & kicks, and then Chagas shot for a takedown one minute into the round, but Silva stuffed it. The referee split them up out of boredom. They both walked around like a couple of sloths, while trading some very slow punches, without putting any effort into defense at all. These guys both look like dog shit in the third round. They whipped each other around in an exhausted dance, they collapsed to the ground, and Silva grabbed Chagas's back, slapped on a rear-naked choke, and finished the fight with a quick submission late in the third round.
      Compared to the rest of the card so far, these guys are both super fast. Ortiz landed some decent strikes, they clinched early, and Formiga took him to the ground, landing in half mount. Formiga passed to side control 45 seconds into the opening round. Ortiz tried to scramble back to his feet, and Formiga quickly secured half mount again. Formiga passed to side control again 2 minutes into the round. Ortiz powered out of the bad position, ending up on top inside Formiga's guard. Formiga went for a crazy armbar, but Ortiz stayed calm and regained control. They both spent some time squirming around, but nothing was really happening for the last half of that round. I'm calling that round a draw, with maybe a slight lean in favor of Formiga.
     Ortiz came out looking to strike to start the second round, there was a bit of a scramble from the clinch, resulting on Formiga back on top in half mount again. Formiga passed to full mount 90 seconds into the second round. Ortiz tried to roll out of it, and he gave up his back in the process. Formiga locked on the body triangle, and started digging for the rear-naked choke with half a round left to work. It looked like he had the choke locked on a couple of times, but Ortiz showed some really solid defense, avoiding the submission. Formiga CLEARLY won that round with 100% control, but Ortiz deserves some credit for surviving at least.
     Ortiz doesn't seem to have any real way to launch any offense in this fight, outside of just throwing random strikes and hoping he connects with something. It didn't take long for Formiga to get back control again in the third round, where he picked up where he left off in the second round, digging for that rear-naked choke. It looked like he had the rear-naked choke locked on in the final 30 seconds of the fight, but Ortiz somehow spun out of it, and ended the round on top, throwing big punches to try to get the late finish. I scored that fight 30-28, and don't really see any way that Ortiz can win this one. All 3 judges agreed, giving Silva the unanimous decision victory.
      These guys traded some ugly strikes, they clashed with a hard exchange of leg kicks, they sort of fell down, and Yahya grabbed an arm-triangle choke 30 seconds into the opening round. That shit looked tight, but Tanaka appeared to be fairly calm. Tanaka bucked out of it halfway through the round, but Yahya held onto half mount, and then passed to side control. Tanaka scrambled back to his feet VERY quickly, and somehow ended up on top in half mount. He dropped some heavy elbows, they wrestled around for a few seconds, and Yahya regained guard with around 90 seconds left in the round. Yahya slapped on a triangle choke with 45 seconds left in the round, but Tanaka stayed calm, while throwing some light punches & some knees to the body. Round one goes to Rani Yahya based on his Jiu-Jitsu grappling.
     Yahya threw some punches to start the second round, and then kicked Tanaka in the dick. Tanaka has some pretty wild footwork, and he throws fast punches, but they scrambled around for a few seconds when the fight started back up, and Tanaka ended up on top, but Yahya had his back. Fantastic grappling on display by both fighters. Tanaka stood back up, and Yahya continued to press him into the fence. Yahya scored a basic double leg takedown, and continued to look for back control again. Tanaka stood back up, and Yahya continued to cling with a tight body lock. They fell to the ground, and Tanaka secured a back crucifix. Yahya escaped, and landed in side control. Tanaka tried to scramble back to his feet, and Yahya grabbed his back again. Tanaka got back to his feet, and Yahya continued to hold onto a tight body lock. Yahya took him back down, and Tanaka had a guillotine choke locked on at a really awkward angle. Yahya continued to work until he got back control again, they stood back up, and Yahya continued to cling like a leech. Yahya scored another takedown with a minute left in the round, and Tanaka was basically just forced to sit with his back against the fence. Tanaka's Judo is on point, but it's not good enough to beat Yahya's Jiu-Jitsu yet. Tanaka spun around to top position inside Yahya's guard to finish out the second round. I have Yahya ahead 2-0 going into the final round. This is a REALLY competitive grappling match.
     Tanaka still looks super fresh at the start of the third round, and Yahya looks exhausted. Tanaka came out showing flashy footwork, he threw some heavy strikes, and then Yahya clinched and took him to the ground again. Tanaka quickly spun around to take top position inside Yahya's guard, he landed some hammerfists, and then the referee eventually stood them back up 2 minutes into the round. Tanaka landed a big punch, he clinched, and tripped Yahya to the ground near the fence. Tanaka landed some basic ground & pound, and then whipped himself around into that back crucifix again. I would be terrified by that Gary Goodridge position, but Yahya doesn't seem concerned at all. Yahya spun out of it, and grabbed Tanaka's back with 90 seconds left in the round. Tanaka tried to launch another Judo throw, and they just scrambled around wildly for the final minute or so, with Yahya in control of most of the rolling. That was a really close round, it could go either way, but Yahya should win this fight AT LEAST 29-28, if not 30-27. All 3 judges agreed, giving the win to Yahya via unanimous decision.
      Burns started the fight with a heavy leg kick, Prazeres caught it, punched him, and Burns fell down, and tried to get him to jump into his guard. Burns eventually gave up on baiting him and stood back up. Prazeres clipped Burns with some aggressive punches, Burns dropped him with a perfect counter, they scrambled in a clinch for a second, and Prazeres pushed Burns across the cage. Prazeres threw a leg kick, and Burns kicked him in the dick. Burns continued to throw leg kicks, which Prazeres had a really easy time catching & countering with big punches. Prazeres rushed in halfway through the round with some big punches, and Burns countered with some hard shots. Prazeres continued to work some heavy punches to the body, while Burns just covered up, trying to weather the storm. Prazeres was also tearing up the lead leg of Burns with heavy kicks. Prazeres tripped Burns to the ground with a minute left in the round. Burns tried to take Prazeres's head off with a massive roundhouse kick, but he kicked too high, making it easy for Prazeres to duck under. The first round was a very close round, and I have no idea who won that round. Probably Prazeres for scoring some brief takedowns? But since he didn't do anything with them except trip Burns and stand back up, I'm not sure how many points those are really worth.
     Burns started taunting Prazeres a little bit in the second round, he showed some solid speed, and then he poked Prazeres in the eye. When the fight started back up, they both started throwing brutal punches & knees, both going in for the kill. They continued to move around, and Burns kicked Prazeres in the dick again. When the fight started back up, Burns landed a couple of body kicks, Prazeres caught one and tripped Burns again, but Prazeres refuses to go to the ground with Burns. Burns shot for a takedown 2 minutes into the round, Prazeres stuffed it, and Burns blasted him with a clean knee on the way back to their feet. Burns blasted Prazeres with a flying knee, and then they traded some brutal leg kicks. Kicking Prazeres is like kicking glue, he catches almost all of the kicks thrown at him. And his leg kicks are brutal. Burns shot for a deep takedown with 90 seconds left in the round, and Prazeres had no trouble stuffing that one either. Prazeres continued to land some power punches, while stalking Burns the entire fight so far. I thought Prazeres would get gassed in this fight, but Burns seems to be getting tired, and Prazeres is still just chillin'. This fight is very close, and could be all tied up going into the final round, OR, either fighter could be ahead 2-0. I have no idea where the scores are at this point, so I'm calling it dead even.
     They traded some wild punches to start the second round, Burns shot for another takedown, and Prazeres stuffed that shot as well. Prazeres hit Burns with a heavy body shot, Burns dropped, Prazeres pounced on him and unloaded with some punches, and Burns just kind of curled up, while Prazeres beat the shit out of him with punches. They stood back up 90 seconds into the round. Prazeres continued to pick him apart with punches, while Burns was mostly just circling around, looking for openings to throw flying knees. Burns landed several nice flying knees, but it's hard to score those above big punch combinations being thrown every 15 seconds or so from Prazeres. The final 30 seconds had both guys throwing wild punches, Prazeres threw Burns down again, but Burns popped up and continued to throw big kicks, and punches. Prazeres finished the round with a final trip takedown in the center of the cage. I wanted Burns to win this one, but it's going to be really difficult not to score this fight 29-28 for Prazeres. All 3 judges gave the fight to Prazeres, 30-27. That's a really disappointing loss for Burns.
(Rear-Naked Choke)
      Pepey started this fight with a spinning hook kick to the head of Torre, he rocked the shit out of him, followed it up with some punches, and Torre took him to the ground. They clinched near the fence, they broke apart, and traded wild looping punches. Pepey threw a flying knee, unloaded with some big punches, Torre nearly collapsed, but somehow he was able to survive. Pepey blasted him with hard shots from inside the clinch, he threw a spinning back fist, they continued to trade wild shots, and then Pepey took Torre down with back control, including a body lock, 2 minutes into the round. Pepey threw some big punches from Torre's back, while he continued to dig for a rear-naked choke. He locked on the rear-naked choke, halfway through the round, but Torre ripped his hands free. Pepey locked on the choke again, and finished the fight by submission with around two minutes left in the opening round. That was an amazing highlight reel fight for Pepey, a big win, and this will most definitely earn him a performance bonus tonight. I'm really becoming a big fan of Godofredo "Pepey" Castro.
(Rear-Naked Choke)
      Spicely started this fight by shooting for a desperate takedown, which Santos easily stuffed, so Spicely pulled guard instead. Spicely locked on a tight omoplata, and Santos was eventually able to break free and stand back up. Santos landed some big strikes, and then Spicely took him to the ground again, landing in the center of the cage in half mount. There was a wild scramble, Santos stood up, and Spicely wrapped around his back like a true professional. Spicely locked on a rear-naked choke, and finished the fight by submission in the first round. That was a MASSIVE win for Eric Spicely, as he was the second biggest underdog on tonight's card. That was a HUGE win for Spicely. He finally proves that his Jiu-Jitsu is actually really legit. Apparently Thiago's new sledgehammer tattoo on his chest didn't help him out at all tonight.
(Doctor Stoppage)
      Felder started this fight with a few jabs, and some hard body kicks, but not a lot of action happened in the opening 2 minutes. Trinaldo fired back with some hard body kicks, and Felder barely missed with a spinning back fist counter. Trinaldo opened up with some big punches & kicks, and then pressed Felder up against the fence, while digging for a possible takedown. Trinaldo landed some decent knees from the clinch, and continued to press Felder into the fence. They traded some hard elbows, and then launched some big punches as they split up. Trinaldo immediately clinched again. They traded a few shots on the inside, and then split up again. Felder whiffed with a spinning head kick. That was a pretty slow paced round, but I would probably give it slightly to Trinaldo based on controlling the clinch. They actual striking exchanges were fairly even.
     They exchanged some wild punches to start the second round, things got a bit sloppy, and Trinaldo unloaded on Felder with big punch combinations, but ended up with a small cut under his left eye from the exchange. They clinched around the 2 minute mark, and Trinaldo took Felder to the ground, landing inside his wide open guard. Trinaldo postured up, into a standing position, and dropped a big elbow that cut Felder's right eyebrow. Felder tried to scramble to get up, but Trinaldo scared him off by teasing a guillotine choke. Trinaldo continued to drop elbows, and then Felder finally got back to his feet with a minute left in the round, but Trinaldo was clinging to his back like a pitbull, while throwing knees to the legs of Felder. After some heavy clinch battling, Felder finally pressed Trinaldo against the fence with 30 seconds left in the round. That round definitely goes to Trinaldo. The cut above Felder's eye looks like it's ALMOST worthy of stopping the fight.
     Trinaldo blasted Felder early in the final round with a nice left head kick. Felder missed with a big kick attempt, and Trinaldo knocked his head back with a big straight left. Trinaldo threw another head kick but it was blocked. Trinaldo threw some more punches, and then they clinched, and Trinaldo pressed Felder into the fence again. A few strikes were exchanged and the fight was stopped due to half of Felder's face falling off from that brutal cut above his right eye. HOLY FUCK that looked gruesome. Fantastic finish by Francisco Trinaldo, as he moves on to a 7-Fight winning streak. I had Trinaldo ranked #4 at lightweight going into this fight, based primarily on his insane winning streak. Think I'm wrong? Then give him a fight that you think he'll lose. So far he's beating guys pretty thoroughly on a regular basis. This was a really good fight, and a tough loss for Felder.
      The first round had Nelson throwing some big punches, and Silva throwing some big kicks. They both looked like they were a little bit timid in the first round. Both guys got hurt a little bit, and both guys showed an ability to absorb a decent amount of damage. Nelson shot in to clinch with 90 seconds left in the round, and basically just pressed Silva up against the fence. Nothing really happened in the final 90 seconds of that round. Honestly, that round could potentially go either way, especially since this is Brazil. Nelson probably won the round, but I wouldn't be shocked if they call that round a draw.
     They traded punches & kicks at a slow pace again in the second round. Silva then kicked Nelson in the dick 2 minutes into the round. When the fight continued, Silva rushed in, pressed Nelson against the fence, and they basically just stayed there for a while. When they split up, they went back to trading strikes at a really slow pace. All of their strikes have power behind them, and a lot of them are connecting, but they are so few & far between, that not a lot of actual damage is happening. Nelson landed that famous right hand, dropped Silva with a minute left in the round, he unloaded with some big punches while standing above Silva, Big John took a few seconds to stop the fight, and then Nelson kicked the referee in the ass to show his disapproval for stopping the fight so late. I mean, yeah, it sucks seeing Silva get his head pounded through the ground after getting knocked out SO MANY TIMES, but... The stoppage wasn't THAT late. So... Hopefully Nelson doesn't get fined TOO hard for kicking the ref after the fight was stopped.
      Nover started the first round by throwing some long jabs, and then Barao kicked him in the dick, but Nover said he was ok, so the fight continued. They continued to trade strikes at a steady pace, and Barao unloaded with a great kick & punch combination that made him look like a lawnmower for a few seconds. Nover then dropped him with a punch, but I think he just knocked him off balance, because Barao immediately popped back up and continued to work. They traded some more, and Barao capped it off with a heavy leg kick. Nover continued to use his range to pick apart Barao with long punches, while Barao was destroying Nover's lead leg with massive kicks. That was a really close round of striking, but I'm scoring it just slightly in favor of Barao.
     The second round started with Nover still throwing jabs, while Barao beat him up with heavy leg kicks and brutal punch combinations. Barao rushed in 90 seconds into the round with a flying knee, followed by some fast punches. They continued to trade at a similar pace, with Nover landing a few hard shots, but for the most part, Barao was completely outclassing him on the feet with his punches & kicks. Barao also scored a takedown in the final 10 seconds just to put a stamp on who the boss is. I have Barao ahead 2-0 going into the final round.
     They continued to trade strikes to start the final round, with Barao delivering slightly more damage, and then 90 seconds into the round, Barao got the body lock, and tripped Nover to the ground. Nover put some effort into standing back up, and he used his sweat to slip out and get back to his feet with 3 minutes left in the fight. They traded some more strikes, and then Barao clinched again, but nothing came from that, so they reset again. Nover started landing some hard shots from the clinch in the final 2 minutes, but Barao backed off and created some distance. Things really started to slow down by the end of the round, but Barao scored another takedown with 30 seconds left, and took Nover's back in the final 10 seconds, but he didn't have enough time to do much from there. In the end, this should be a clear cut 30-27 decision for Barao. All 3 judges agreed, giving the fight to Renan Barao via unanimous decision.
      Cyborg moved in and quickly clinched to start this fight, pressing Lansberg up against the fence. Cyborg landed some short knees to the body inside the clinch. Cyborg finally broke out of the clinch 2 minutes into the round, she threw some heavy punches, and then they clinched again. The referee reset them in the center of the cage with 2 minutes left in the round. They clinched again, Cyborg whipped her around, and pressed her against the fence again. Cyborg slammed her with a tight body lock with 90 seconds left in the round, and immediately moved to full mount. Cyborg landed some heavy shots from above, and Lansberg did a good job wrapping her up long enough to get back to her feet. Cyborg unloaded with some heavy punches, she landed a massive knee to the body, and they clinched again. Lansberg didn't really show any offense in that round, but she made it to the second round, which is more than most girls can say when they're fighting Cyborg. That was probably a 10-8 round for Cyborg.
      Cyborg unloaded at the start of the second round with some heavy punches and a massive kick to the body, but Lansberg continued to survive. Lanbserg then took control of the clinch, pressing Cyborg against the fence. That didn't last long, as Cyborg took control and whipped her to the ground, landing in side control this time. Cyborg tried to pass, but Lansberg worked a very loose guard to kick Cyborg off of her. Cyborg slaughtered her, busting up Lansberg's face turning her nose into a faucet. The fight was eventually stopped around the halfway point of the second round. Lansberg is tough as hell, but she really showed zero offense in this fight, so I still have no idea how good she is. I would have to see her fight an actual human before really judging her skill level. As usualy though, Cyborg proves once again that she's the baddest chick on the planet. Can we please put her back in Invicta though? I don't want to see her fight at 140 anymore, unless it's a huge superfight against someone that's already a star at 135.