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Cris Cyborg Is Killing Herself to Make Weight Again

In all of MMA no one may have it worse than Cris “Cyborg.” In an era when Jon Jones can violate the USADA’s rules and the state of New Mexico’s laws and still be in the running to rule his chosen division, when the UFC will curate an entire season of The Ultimate Fighter just to find a challenger for flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson, and Conor McGregor is allowed to float to whatever weight class fits his whim even as his featherweight belt goes to seed, only Cyborg among fighters on the pound-for-pound list is forced to bend and contort and mar herself to accommodate the sport she dominates, instead of the other way around.
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