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UFC's Cris Cyborg enjoyed her court-ordered anger management class

The UFC women's featherweight champion initially pled not guilty but accepted a deal, agreeing to complete an “impulse control program” and stay out of trouble for six months.


Kahron Spearman


UFC women's featherweight champion Cris "Cyborg" Justino completed a court-ordered anger management course, originating from her altercation with former UFC strawweight Angela Magana at last year's UFC Athlete Retreat.

 

Justino (20-1, 1 NC) was charged with battery for punching Magana in the face and faced up to 6 months confinement.

 

The Brazilian-American fighter now admits to TMZ, "I have to control myself."

I studied the anger management. Every mistake you do, you learn.

Justino initially pled not guilty but accepted a deal, agreeing to complete an “impulse control program” and stay out of trouble for six months.

 

Cyborg won the UFC featherweight title in the duration, defending it twice against Holly Holm and Yana Kunitskaya. UFC president Dana White has stated he will make an effort to create a super-fight between Cyborg and Amanda Nunes, the bantamweight champion.

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