Cindy Dandois is not happy with UFC featherweight champion, Cris Cyborg, calling for a fight against Invicta FC’s Pam Sorenson. The “Battlecat” believes she is most deserving of the next shot at Cyborg.
This past Thursday, Cyborg (19-1) told the press that she isn’t happy constantly competing in superfights against smaller bantamweights. She wants the UFC to establish a true women’s featherweight division and believes Pam Sorenson is most deserving of the next shot at her belt.
Dandois (10-3-0) reacted to the news on her official Facebook fanpage.
“It seems that it will never be enough, it doesn’t matter what my record is or who I beat, someone is not liking me and that’s enough to get passed over and over again. Try to swallow this again, knowing god has his own plan for me but damn I want to fight this woman and I’ve been begging for years, it just doesn’t seem fair to me.” Dandois said.
33-year-old Dandois is a veteran of the sport who has been fighting as a professional since 2009. She has made it known that she was not fan of the weight cuts she had to endure when competing as a bantamweight. At 145 and 155-pounds, she feels much stronger.
The “Battlecat” has not lost to any woman who currently competes at 145-pounds or above, owning a submission win over Invicta FC featherweight champion, Megan Anderson, as well as a unanimous decision win over women’s MMA pioneer, Marloes Coenen. Last month she picked up quite possibly the biggest win of her career to date, a split-decision over the highly-touted and previously undefeated King Reina, the victory put Dandois at number-one in the 155-pound world rankings.
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