Cristiane Justino isn't going to like this one bit.
While the former Strikeforce women's featherweight champion has been lobbying for her chance to retire current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight titleholder Ronda Rousey, company president Dana White is sick of hearing about the Wanderlei Silva lookalike.
The Las Vegas fight boss says "Cyborg" will not be Rousey's next opponent inside the Octagon, and by the sound of it, she may not ever get the chance to square off against "Rowdy."
He gave his reason to BT Sport:
"No. The Cyborg thing, I can't believe people are asking me about Cyborg, number one. First of all, she does not fight here. Everybody realizes that, right? See weighs 145 pounds and her genius manager, Tito Ortiz, said that she would die if she went to 135 pounds. She's also coming off a steroid suspension last time she was here. I can't even, it drives me nuts. She will not fight Cyborg. I don't know who she's going to fight. She's going to go film 'Entourage,' the movie, and then we will figure out what's next for her."
A far cry from White's previous statements.
Cris, meanwhile, has been seemingly making all the right moves to make her much-desired fight against "Rowdy" happen.
For starters, she ended her partnership with Ortiz -- Dana's bitter rival -- which could improve her relationship with the UFC higher-ups. She also laid out a plan that will see her test the waters at 135 pounds a few times before challenging "Rowdy" in December of this year.
While that's unlikely to happen, according to White's comments, Rousey may instead fight Cat Zingano next. That is of course, if "Alpha" is ready to go by summer time. If not, then Alexis Davis will likely get the nod. One thing is certain, it won't be Cyborg who will get next dibs on Ronda.
And it likely never will be.