Bellator Mixed Martial Arts champ and wrestling fan Cris Cyborg applauds Becky Lynch’s Wrestlemania 36 win, specifying they now both have a win over Ronda Rousey associate Shayna Baszler.
While Cristiane Justino (aka Cris Cyborg) and Ronda Rousey never ever got to deal with one another in their Mixed Martial Arts professions, the beef in between them survives on, with Cyborg, the present Bellator Mixed Martial Arts women’s featherweight champ, tossing a shot following Becky Lynch’s win over Shayna Baszler at WWE Wrestlemania 36.
Lynch scored a surprise, unexpected pinfall success over the greatly hyped Baszler throughout Wrestlemania, keeping the Raw women’s championship at the same time.
Following the win, Cyborg took to Twitter to offer props to Lynch and toss shade at Rousey. Baszler, who transitioned to WWE from Mixed Martial Arts like Rousey, is referred to as part of Rousey’s “Four Horsewomen” steady.
Cyborg scored a second-round TKO win over Baszler at EliteXC: Unfinished Business back in July 2008.
Baszler became part of Team Rousey on season 18 of The Ultimate Fighter, getting removed in the quarterfinals by Julianna Pena. She was ended up by Bethe Correia and present UFC champ-champ Amanda Nunes prior to leaving the promo in 2015.
Cyborg and Rousey were both in Strikeforce at the exact same time, with Cyborg winning the women’s featherweight title and Rousey winning the promo’s women’s bantamweight title eventually throughout their periods. After Cyborg was suspended for a year and removed of her championship following a stopped working drug test, Rousey revealed no interest in dealing with Cyborg through her retirement from the sport.
Lynch beat Rousey and Charlotte Style in the main event of in 2015’s Wrestlemania in East Rutherford, NJ, bringing Rousey her first WWE loss and winning the Raw and Smackdown women’s champions at the same time.
Rousey has actually not been seen on WWE programs considering that her Wrestlemania 35 loss, while Lynch has actually not lost the Raw women’s championship considering that.
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