Cyborg mentioned the possibility of scheduling several boxing bouts in between her mixed martial arts bouts in an interview with Ag Fight. The Brazilian is open to trying both sports if given the chance, but admits she has no idea if she will be successful.
“It’s hard to say, but I think you have to really focus. It’s a totally different sport. But sure, if I receive good opportunities, I’ll do my best to see if I can juggle both (MMA and boxing). I want to have superfights for my fans. I believe I’ll be fighting for the next three years. I want to accomplish 20 years of fighting. It goes without saying that I want to have the best fights that my fans to see during that time,”.
Cyborg is aware that her time as a professional fighter is limited, with only three more years at most. Cris explains some of the investments and enterprises she plans to conduct once she hangs up her racquet, despite her insistence that she is still only focused on competing.
“You make plans, but sometimes God has a better plan for you,” Cris said.
“I plan to finish my 20 years of fighting, I’m at 17 and I want to get to 20. We don’t know God’s plans, though. We stop fighting so young, so you have to be prepared for another career, other things. I’ve been working towards that, too. There’s Cyborg Nation, there’s the Pink Belt Fitness Camp, I have my investments. I want to do some community work, too. To give opportunities to new athletes, new people. Be a role model for people anywhere I go. That’s what I have in mind, but I leave it in God’s hands.”
Cyborg (26-2-1 NC) won her last fight against Arlene Blencowe by unanimous decision in April of 2022.