Offbeat Nunes 'waiting on' Cyborg to sign UFC 232 contract

22:21  12 july  2018
22:21  12 july  2018 Source:

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Cyborg tweeted Wednesday that she has signed a contract to defend her featherweight title against Nunes at UFC 228 on Sept. Waiting on you. @criscyborg # ufc 232 December 29 Contrato assinado 29 de dezembro # ufc 232

According to UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes , it’s all in Cris Cyborg ’s hands. Today on social media, both Nunes and her girlfriend Nina Ansaroff posted pictures of Nunes signing a bout agreement to meet Cyborg at UFC 232 .

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Cris Cyborg vs. Amanda Nunes seems to be a guarantee to happen at this point. But the timing of the UFC superfight is still very much up in the air.

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Cyborg said on Twitter earlier this week that she had agreed to defend her UFC women’s featherweight title against Nunes, the women’s bantamweight titleholder, at UFC 228 in September. Nunes responded on Wednesday night. “The Lioness” said she is waiting for Cyborg to sign the dotted line for UFC 232, the promotion’s year-end show on Dec. 29.

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Sources: UFC eyes Cyborg - Nunes fight Dec. 29. Waiting on you. @criscyborg # ufc 232 December 29 🦁 Contrato assinado 29 de dezembro # ufc 232

so far Nunes has signed . while Cyborg is trying to duck: Obviously throwing out a date/venue that she knows UFC wont book. on one wheel. Bubba32 said: ↑. cyborg gonna duck. Cyborg is down to fight in 8.5 weeks. Seema like Nunes is the 1 ducking. 232 is like 40 weeks away what a joke.

“Waiting on you,” Nunes wrote in a tweet directed to Cyborg, which included a photo of a signed bout agreement.

The Los Angeles Times’ Lance Pugmire reported Wednesday that the UFC has sent bout agreements to both Cyborg and Nunes for UFC 232. As of now, though, both sides have yet to agree to that date.

Cyborg is adamant about fighting sooner than that. She told that considering her last fight — a TKO win over Yana Kunitskaya — happened at UFC 222 in March, she doesn’t want to wait all the way until December for the Nunes fight.

“I’m healthy and in my prime and ready to fight. I don’t need to be put out of the cage 10 months waiting for her,” Cyborg said. “December is a long time away. I’m ready to fight now.”

Cyborg has defend the women’s featherweight title twice since winning it against Tonya Evinger almost a year ago. Nunes is coming off her third women’s bantamweight title defense, a fifth-round TKO of Raquel Pennington in May.

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