Marc Raimondi via FOX Sports
In an interview with Yahoo Sports this weekend, Ronda Rousey made some derogatory remarks about Cris Cyborg, going as far as to call her an 'it' instead of a woman.
The comments received a huge response on our forum and on Twitter, where some people to exception them, including the apparel brand American MMA, which offered a $5,000 bounty to whomever KO's Ronda Rousey in the Octagon:
An MMA apparel company says it will give a cash reward to the first fighter to knock out Ronda Rousey.
The Americana MMA Twitter account announced Saturday that $5,000 will go to the woman who KOs the UFC women's champion after Rousey called fellow women's MMA star Cris Cyborg "an it" in an interview with Yahoo! this week.
Americana MMA owner Peter Giannoulis turned down an interview request from FOX Sports on Sunday. Giannoulis believes Rousey should be suspended or fined for her comments about Cyborg the same way, writing as much on both Twitter and Facebook. Giannoulis cited the UFC's handling of situations regarding derogatory remarks from male fighters Matt Mitrione and Matt Brown. Mitrione was fined and suspended and Brown issued an apology.
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