We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Cris Cyborg Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I train year-round.
Not a lot of girls can KO fighters. I KO all the girls.
I like training hard. I like to punch the face. I like getting punched in the face.
Sometimes people fight with injuries and nobody knows, so it’s important for the fans to see what we do to – for everything.
I train everything: I train wrestling; I train jiu-jitsu. I like to suplex people. I like ground-and-pound, but in my fight, I never have the opportunity.
I fight for the women. I try to do my best inside the Octagon to fight like a man; then, people will respect girls in the Octagon.
What wins a fight is training hard, working hard, and that’s what I do: Train hard every time. Being pretty or not is not the point.
If I can make a superfight so when I finish my career I can say, ‘You remember this fight with Ronda, with Holly Holm,’ something nice that I can talk about with my kids or my friends – I’m open to make superfights.
If you have the belt, you have to fight anyone.
I love my job. I love to fight, and I love to compete.
I never hated Ronda. She’s always talked about me; she did that to promote herself because when she started, nobody knew her, and she talked about me for people to know who she is. And she opened the doors for women’s MMA.
In reality, we can only talk about things that we already overcame in our minds.
I never choose my opponents, but I think the biggest fight that everybody wants to watch, the fans want to watch, is me and Ronda.
Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but you learn.
I think if you are champ, you shouldn’t choose your opponents.
It’s no secret that the UFC doesn’t promote Brazilians.
Love me or hate me, it’s all in my favor. If you love me, I’ll always be in your heart. If you hate me, I’ll always be in your mind.
I’m open for big fights, and it would be my dream to make my division in the UFC.
I like to compete in everything – I like to compete in jiu-jitsu, I like to compete in wrestling and Muay Thai, and if I have a chance to compete in boxing one day, why not?
Everybody has a game plan, but the plan changes after the first punch.
I think each fight is a challenge for me.
I was a very good athlete: actually professional in the sport of handball.
I never turn down fights. Anybody who follows my career knows that I accept fights.
Obviously I’m going to have haters.
Who’s the best MMA fighter of all times? I always left that for fans to decide.
I think everyone has something special. I respect all my opponents. I’ve learned something from all my fights.
Beauty doesn’t win a fight.
I always live my life for God.
I don’t want to talk trash about somebody: I want to prove it inside the cage.
I’m a two-time world champion in jiu-jitsu. I can try to submit you.
Gina Carano is a great athlete, and I’d be happy if she returns to MMA – doesn’t matter if it’s against Ronda.
My job is fighting.
I want to make super fun fights for all my fans so people will remember me.
Man, I got to say I love my haters because they challenge myself… it challenges me. It challenges me to be better. It challenges me to show who I am and that I deserve to be who I am.
I think when you call someone out, you have to be ready.
I fight the same as a man. I train the same as a man. I think this is different from other girls.
If I don’t have a division in the UFC, I’m going to go to another company like Rizin or Bellator or another organization where they have my division.
If you hold the belt, you have to fight anybody.
When you’re a true fighter, you fight everyone.
I believe I deserve to be respected as an athlete because I’m a pioneer in this sport.
Who inside MMA that’s a champion goes to fight Muay Thai? Nobody. But I love competing.
When I started training, I learned a lot, you know – respect. I think you learn a lot of things, and kids should learn mixed martial arts for discipline.
People say what they want in interviews, but when they get a contract, they say other things.
It’s good to train with someone better than you, because you evolve; you see more things.
I’m the world champ at 145. Why do I have to go down a division? Of course I want to make the fights nice for the fans, but I don’t want to do something to make my life terrible.
I have jiu-jitsu, wrestling… I like to do everything, especially knocking people out. People like fights like that.
I’m always prepared for five, six rounds. I train hard. Sometimes it’s over quickly, but you have to be prepared for every round, always respecting your opponent.
I love striking, but MMA and Muay Thai are different.
A fighter has to be prepared for anyone, to train every day. That’s what I learned at Chute Boxe.
I think when you lose the fight, it’s not the end of the world. You can keep training and catch up and try again better, you know?
I’m already used to being a target, so I’m building a castle with the stones people throw at me.
Imagine Chael Sonnen walking into Chute Boxe and training with Wanderlei Silva, Anderson Silva, or any of the coaches. Do you think they would have let him train after all the things he said about Brazil? No. They would have defended Brazil’s honor.
In God I trust, so I’m kept going and kept training to follow my dream.
I always admired Dana White as a great businessman that always believed in MMA and helped our sport to grow around the world.
Tito Ortiz and I, in that short time that we worked together, we created a very nice connection. We became a family. I learned many things from him as he must also have learned from me. We talked as friends, and a good friend always wants your best.
I’ve already overcome a lot of things in my career, and if I don’t fight in the UFC anymore, for sure I’m gonna find other ways to keep growing my legacy.
If I make 140, I sacrifice a lot of things in my life: my diet, my training, my thyroid. It’s insane to make 140.
My first opportunity in the UFC was to cut to 140 pounds. This was too tough for me, but by me going through that, it opened the door for a 145-pound division.
I never say bad things about my opponent.
I have a lot of things that people say about me on the Internet. I have bad things that I don’t want to remember now. It’s hard to delete.