Updated 01:07 AM EDT, Thu, Oct 29, 2020

Ronda Rousey Criticized by Cristiane 'Cyborg' Justino Over Floyd Mayweather Jr. Diss

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Invicta FC fighter Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino can't keep herself from commenting about Ronda Rousey, as she recently slammed the latter for dissing undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.

In "The Brutally Honest" podcast, Cyborg suggested that Rowdy should look at her behavior first before making comments on Mayweather's domestic abuse history.

"Ronda's always doing interviews and talking bad about somebody. She talks bad about other girls in the UFC, about Mayweather and his domestic violence and I think you have to look at yourself before diss somebody," the Invicta star added during the interview.

She also said that she hopes Rousey will live up to the expectations of her fans since a lot of people look up to her. "A lot of little girls -- I hope she realizes that she's an example and a lot of people see her when she does something like this."

BJPenn added that Cyborg also discussed about failing a drug test and learning a lot from it.

"No I learned. I did one year where I could not fight and I learned. You learn from mistakes and I can not judge nobody. I'm trying to get better," she added.

Cyborg also said that she is not convinced that Rousey wants to fight her.

Earlier, the Invicta FC featherweight champion accused Rousey and UFC president Dana White of bullying her, as per Yahoo Sports.

"For the past 5 years this same Ronda Rousey and Dana White have used the media to Bully me, opening the door for other opponents to try the same tactics," she added.

Cyborg also said that she is glad to see Rousey becoming more sensitive to the bullying issue since she is experiencing it her own because of her Hollywood dream.

Earlier, Cyborg expressed her intention to drop to 135 pounds just to fight Rousey. She posted on her Facebook page last August that there was indeed communication from the UFC for the fight and that she is ready to take on Rousey.

"I'm not lying, nor is Tito [Ortiz]. UFC called my manager last Sunday to see if I would fight Ronda at 135 on Dec. 5 at Cowboy Stadium. I said, 'I'm ready!'" her Facebook post read.

But Bloody Elbow said that Rousey snubbed Cyborg's efforts to seal a fight "citing the weight difference and Justino's previous offense for steroids."

Rousey is now set to fight and defend her bantamweight title versus Holly Holm at UFC 193 on Nov. 15 in Melbourne, Australia. Her most recent win was a 34-second victory against Brazilian fighter Bethe Correia in Rio de Janeiro last August.

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