Cris Cyborg Delivers Devastating Knockout in Boxing Ring

“Knocks out opponent in 81 seconds!”

Spectacular Knockout Victory

Cris Cyborg, the Bellator featherweight champion and MMA legend, demonstrated her formidable power once again with a stunning knockout victory in her latest boxing match. The bout took place on January 19, 2024, at WFC 163 in Temecula, California. Facing off against Kelsey Wickstrum, Cyborg ended the fight in just 81 seconds with a powerful overhand right that sent Wickstrum crashing to the canvas.

Continuing Her Boxing Journey

Cyborg’s transition to boxing has been nothing short of impressive. With this victory, she improved her boxing record to 3-0. Prior to this bout, Cyborg secured unanimous decision wins against Simone da Silva and Gabrielle Holloway. Her latest win not only solidifies her prowess in the boxing ring but also keeps the possibility of a high-profile fight against Claressa Shields alive. “I want to make the biggest fights for the fans, and one fight that will sell where we will all get paid is against Claressa,” Cyborg stated, emphasizing her commitment to pursuing challenging and lucrative matches.


Future Plans and Potential Matches

Following her knockout victory, Cyborg’s immediate plans involve a potential return to MMA later this year. She has expressed interest in a super fight against two-time PFL champion Larissa Pacheco or a Bellator title defense against top contender Leah McCourt. Additionally, the possibility of a boxing match against the undefeated Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields remains a hot topic.

Event Highlights

The event, promoted by World Fighting Championships, featured a range of exciting bouts, with doors opening at 6 PM and the first fights starting at 7 PM local time. Cyborg’s dominant performance was the highlight of the evening, showcasing her exceptional striking ability and solidifying her status as one of the most versatile fighters in combat sports  .

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