Cris 'Cyborg' Justino is one of many MMA fighters to have their names linked to the world of pro wrestling, especially after her back-and-forth with Becky Lynch in 2017.
After a potential superfight was never made with longtime rival Ronda Rousey in the UFC, Featherweight champion Cris Cyborg spoke to Fightful.com's James Lynch about possibly making the match happen within the squared circle.
"WWE has a big fan base, and Ronda I think is going to be over there, too. It's a big deal for her fans to still be in the ring. I did some private classes with girls from WWE. It's cool. It's a different sport. I love to watch. Maybe one day if I have the opportunity, why not? But you have to be good," said Cyborg, "They didn't contact me to fight Ronda, but they did contact me. I think it's interesting. Ronda Rousey one day is the champion in the UFC and shows up over there, maybe one day you'll see Cyborg in the WWE."
Cyborg was also asked about her verbal war with Becky Lynch last year. While the matchup at Summerslam never materialized, Justino hasn't ruled it out.
"It's a game. We talked. She's a superstar there, I'm a superstar in MMA. I told her when we fight, whoever loses has to change the color of their hair," Cyborg joked.
UFC women's featherweight champion Cris Cyborg (19-1, NC) discusses what's next after defeating Holly Holm at UFC 219. Cris also explains why she doesn't want to fight Amanda Nunes next, a potential WWE match against Ronda Rousey