UFC Fighter Cris Cyborg Wants Becky Lynch at SummerSlam

UFC Fighter Cris Cyborg Wants Becky Lynch at SummerSlam

UFC Fighter Cris Cyborg and Becky Lynch’s had yet another exchange on Twitter. This time around a challenge was issued. We noted earlier this week that Cyborg sent out a warning to Triple H to keep Lynch away from her.

Cyborg is now looking for some action and has┬áchallenged Becky to a match at this year’s SummerSlam event. She wrote the following:

Becky responded to the challenge with the following remarks:

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  • Philip Manley

    Hope Becky has great health insurance

    • Bossman27

      Still want to watch tho lol

    • joegvo

      I’m sure her thighs are well covered.

  • Lucy X

    Cyborg will destroy her

    • So…

      You realize that this is a WWE event, correct? It not a real fight…. Oh why am I even trying…

      • daleh33

        yup, why bother with the mindless ones who think Vince would put them in an actual mma fight. I doubt if Becky would even agree to a mma fight without a couple years or so to train.

  • NoGoodMickey

    Is a wwe ring? No, all Becky. Wrestlers can fight, fighters can’t wrestle.

  • daleh33

    That’s because she can’t pass a roid test to do any mma, so she has to try wrestling. She knows the WWe doesn’t care about them being Lesnar is under contract with them and he failed and even had a win taken away from him due to roid use. I stop watching if this dude wrestles. I’d like to see some of the mma chicks in wrestling matches but not this guy. Gina Carano would be a good fit but she doesn’t even do mma any more.

  • TheVoicz

    Irony.

    Cris Cyborg passes A drug test.

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