HomeFighter Talk Cristiane “Cris Cyborg” Santos And Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos Pose For ESPN The Mag Bruno October 6, 2010 Fighter Talk 53 Comments Cristiane “Cris Cyborg” Santos And Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos Pose For ESPN The Magazine. Thank Tim D for the tip. Check out the rest of the athletes that posed in the issue here. Tweet Pin It Sarah Kaufman Talks Marloes Coenen Fight Joe Rogan Podcast 10/05/10 53 Comments « Older Comments bEAUTYandBeast November 14, 2010 This isn’t the kind of site that follows the same marketing techniques and standards that are pushed through mainstream media that focuses on exaggerating the differences between the male and female form. These two are fighters. If you want to see Arnold-esque men with their massive calloused hands clamped around the feeble waste of a glammed up anorexic… go look at a fitness magazine or something. She looks like that because she does the work most women refuse to do, that’s why she’s an exemplary athlete and an amazing fighter. Log in to Reply bEAUTYandBeast November 14, 2010 A couple other thoughts Cris looks like the capable and industrious warrior women depicted throughout classic art and rightfully so. Sickly women with big fake boobs who starve and refuse to exert themselves may seem ideal, but like most ideals they don’t exist in nature and if they do, they get mowed down by real women who work hard and think fast….. Like Cris ^^. And kudos to her husband for showing her true respect and love by encouraging her to be autonomous and strong,instead of coddling her and enabling her to be weak and dependent. Since they both work so hard they can really admire each other. It’s obvious they’re appreciating and encouraging each other to achieve their full potential and to support each other through everything. The cyborgs are best friends, comrades, and lovers that’s the epitome of a healthy lasting relationship. Log in to Reply RearNakedSmoke October 7, 2011 HAHAHAHAHA!! I’d mercifully forgotten this. I remember now, though. The photographer from this shoot had a nervous breakdown afterwards. I hear that to this day, he’s still in a padded cell somewhere, rambling incoherently about some “furry salami”. Heartbreaking stuff. Log in to Reply « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.