UFC fighter Cris Justino says suicidal tendencies are for the ‘weak in mind’

UFC fighter Cris Justino says suicidal tendencies are for the ‘weak in mind’

Cris Justino also known as “cyborg” renews her rivalry with Ronda Rousey after she gave her thoughts on Rowdy’s confession of having suicidal thoughts after her lost to Holly Holm.

Justino stated that having those thoughts, Rousey surely has a “weak mind.”

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Interviewed by TMZ Sports, the Brazilian fighter was asked for her comments on what newly crowned UFC women’s bantamweight champion Miesha Tate said about Rousey’s post fight depression in an interview over at The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

“I think it’s a weak mind. When you fight, you can lose and you can win. It’s a sport. You cannot think suicide because you lose a fight. Some people handle it better than others,” Justino said.

When asked who she chooses to fight against Ronda Rousey, Holly Holm or Miesha Tate, Justino just closed the interview with a statement.

“I would love to fight everyone,” Justino added.

Justino is the former Strikeforce women’s featherweight champion and the current Invicta FC world featherweight champion before signing with the UFC. She won the Strikeforce title after beating Gina Carano in the first round via technical knockout on Aug. 15, 2009.

Justino and Rousey crossed paths when the latter commented that Cyborg should have been charged with “attempted negligent homicide” after testing positive for using a performance enhancing drug called stanozolol, the same anabolic steroid that Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson tested positive for after winning the 100-meter finals in the 1988 Seoul Olympics back in 2014.

Justino was fined $2,500 and her license suspended for a year. The fine and suspension came after she defeated Hiroko Yamanaka in an impressive 16-second knockout.

On the other hand, American rapper 2 Chainz also gave his thoughts on the Rousey issue and even compared her to Conor McGregor. He stated that McGregor handled the lost better that Rousey after clubbing after the fight against Nate Diaz.

“I still like Conor…I think you should be confident with everything you do… you gotta show that confidence…moving up two weight class….he came fast than Ronda did,” 2 Chainz said.

Conor was seen at the Surrender Nightclub moments after his loss to Nate Diaz at UFC 196. TMZ reported that McGregor even had a bikini pool party the next day at hotel in Las Vegas.