Cyborg Parties by Championship Belt After Destroying Kunitskaya at Ultimate Fighting Championship 222

Cyborg I such as To Party by My Belt ... After Destroying My OpponentCyborg Parties by Championship Belt After Destroying Kunitskaya at Ultimate Fighting Championship 222Chris "Cyborg" Justino brought her hardware to the post-Ultimate Fighting Championship party Saturday night in Vegas, after annihilating her opponent in quick fashion. Cyborg clutched her belt at the base Room at Mandalay Bay -- the formal Ultimate Fighting Championship after-party. She hardly broke a sweat in destroying Yawna Kunitskaya in the octagon. Her TKO in round one brought her string of victories to 20. All in all ... a major night in Vegas.

Ultimate Fighting Championship 222 Betting Preview: Cyborg versus. Kunitskaya Odds, Trends, Card test

Carlos Osorio/Associated PressCris "Cyborg" Justino (19-one, one no-contest) has had tiny competition ever ever joining the Ultimate Fighting Championship almosttwo years ago, & the betting odds in her bouts certainly back which up. Kunitskaya won the vacant Invicta FC bantamweight championship after previous champ Tonya Evinger moved up to the Ultimate Fighting Championship & challenged Cyborg for the vacant featherweight title, falling with 3rd-round TKO at Ultimate Fighting Championship 214 on July 29. Evinger formerlysecured a 2nd-round rear-naked choke submission of Kunitskaya at Invicta FC 22 a tiny less than a year ago to beat the bantamweight title. Coming off a dominant five-round unanimous-decision victory versus previous ladies's bantamweight champ Holly Holm at Ultimate Fighting Championship 219 on December 30, Cyborg going to be looking to get better her good record in the Ultimate Fighting Championship to five-0. Kunitskaya has fought at featherweight before, scoring a premier-round TKO of Cindy Dandois further than 7 years ago.

UFC 222 Betting Preview: Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya Odds, Trends, Card Analysis

Brian Ortega stops Frankie Edgar, Cris Cyborg defends belt at Ultimate Fighting Championship 222

As it stated in LAS VEGAS — Brian Ortega needed less than 1 round at Ultimate Fighting Championship 222 to do something never done before. After becoming the premier man ever to knock out Frankie Edgar, there's no saying what this surfing Californian can do following. "I have worked truly difficulty to get here & it's even further surreal than I can have imagined," Ortega said. He too wishes to begin preparations recently to battle Holloway, who has won twelve straight bouts ever ever losing to Conor McGregor in 2013. Shortly after Ortega's beat, Holloway tweeted "Ultimate Fighting Championship 226" — otherwise known as the promotion's large summer display in Vegas on July seven.

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