Dandois (10-3-0) put a beatdown on Megan Anderson when the pair fought in September 2015, with Dandois eventually getting the submission in round-two. The 33-year-old was the number-two ranked 145-pound fighter before leaving the division, thanks to her wins over Anderson and WMMA pioneer, Marloes Coenen. This past Friday at the RIZIN Fighting Federation event, she picked up the biggest win of her career, handing former lightweight queen, King Reina (7-1-0), her first loss.
Taking to her social media pages, the “Battlecat” discussed her dream to someday fight Cris Cyborg.
“Congrats to Cris Cyborg! How about the number one 155er vs the number one 145er next? Or Cris could fight Megan Anderson who I already beat. See my win vs Megan and tell me who should be next in line to fight the champion” said Dandois.
Dandois says she is very happy competing in RIZIN’s lightweight division and hopes to fight there again soon. However, her ultimate wish is to someday fight Cris Cyborg.
“RIZIN has been awesome for me, but I will never stop dreaming of facing Cris Cyborg one day. Everybody can be mean to me, say whatever, but that’s the goal. I don’t hate nobody, just I am game for it always.” Dandois explained.
“I am very happy with RIZIN, maybe one day I will fight Cris Cyborg there, who knows? God has timing for everything, so no complaining. I pray I can fight again in Japan soon” she continued.
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