2013 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Cristiane Cyborg Santos vs Jennifer Colomb – full fight Video Lion Fight 11

3_stars_k1_muay_thai_ranking_allthebestfightsReview: 2013-09-20, pretty good fight with some tough exchanges: Cris ‘Cyborg’ Santos vs Jennifer Colomb gets three stars. Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Santos, also known as Cristiane Justino, ranked as the No.1 Mma women’s featherweight in the world, entered the fight with a kickboxing record of 1-0 (12-1-0 in Mma) while the undefeated Jennifer Colomb had a kickboxing record of 10-0-0 (on the original fight card Cyborg was expected to face Martina Jindrova but an injury forced her to withdraw). Cyborg Justino vs Colomb is on the undercard of Cosmo Alexandre vs Nampon PKMuaythai – Lion Fight 11. Watch the video!

 

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Event: Lion Fight 11

Date: 2013-09-20

Where: Third Street Stage, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Cristiane Santos def. Jennifer Colomb (TKO at 0:54, round 3)

 

Cyborg’s previous mma fight: Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos vs Marloes Coenen 2

Cyborg’s next fight: Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos vs Jorina Baars

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2 thoughts on “2013 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Cristiane Cyborg Santos vs Jennifer Colomb – full fight Video Lion Fight 11”

    1. Cyborg’s Many Public Relations Problems

      Cyborg has at least four public relations problems that make her unsuitable for prime time TV or UFC.

      Public relations problem number one is that Cyborg is a cheater who cheated by using illegal substances to win. Second is that she is still reaping the benefits from steroid use because when steroids are used to produce muscle mass, the mass will be retained for a long time even after the steroid use ceases. For example, in the September 20th, 2013 fight between Cyborg and Jennifer Colomb, it is clear that the muscle mass that Cyborg gained illegally from using steroids is still on display.

      A third pubic relations problem is her claims that her defeat of Gina Carano was a Cyborg win when, in fact t, was a steroid win. Cyborg claiming she retired Carano should be rephrased to say Cyborg’s gain in muscle mass by the use of steroids retired Carano. Hence, Cyborg’s claim that she retired Carano is quite a stretch. We will never know the true outcome of a Cyborg-Carano fight when carried out on a level playing field. Cyborg’s claim reveals her to be a self-centered egotistical individual with no insight into her own self deception.

      So far, Cyborg has not proven that she can defeat any fighter on a level playing field because no one knows the exact date that Cyborg chose to cheat. This will not be known until Cyborg’s steroid muscle mass atrophies down to her normal genetic muscle mass. The 09/20/2014 fight demonstrates that that has not happened.

      Her fourth public relations problem is the claim that she, not her former use of steroids, will retire Rousey. This is what Professor Rufus Fears, a scholar at the University of Oklahoma, describes as hubris. In particular his definition of the term is “outrageous arrogance”. His definition clearly fits her statement.

      Hubris is not looked upon by the general public as defining an individual we would choose to call a role model. The fact is quite the opposite: Americans consider role models as humble individuals not given to making egocentric comments about their abilities.

      Summarizing the four public relations problems: Cyborg cheated to obtain muscle mass; Cyborg still continues to exploit her steroid muscle mass for personal gain; Cyborg’s continues to live with the self deception that her steroid abilities are her true abilities; and, Cyborg shows no insight into the negative personae she presents by her continued hubris.

      MMA is still in its infancy and, due to her many public relations problems, a Cyborg appearance on mainstream TV or in UFC could set MMA back severely. While it seems to some, in the short run, that having Cyborg fight on the big stage is an attraction, is it worth the potential damage to the long-term acceptance of MMA into mainstream sports? This commentator does not think it is worth the risk; nor is it necessary. Cyborg will fade from memory soon enough, and without a Cyborg blemish, MMA (a sport I believe to be very important to America) has a long and bright future ahead. Focus instead on the new, exciting up and coming MMA fighters and let Cyborg recede into obscurity.

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