UFC women’s featherweight champion Cristiane Justino has some fans in the National Football League.
On Monday, “Cyborg” stopped by Los Angeles Chargers camp, where she was greeted by offensive lineman Russell Okung (No. 76) and Mike Pouncey (No. 53). Okung in particular appeared to enjoy the visit, backing up with his hands raised while saying, “No problems. I don’t want no problems.” It’s worth mentioning that Okung checks in at 6-5, 310 pounds while Pouncey is listed at 6-5 and 298 pounds, according to the Chargers roster. The players then posed for a photo with the 33-year-old Brazilian.
The Chute Boxe representative also gave Chargers wide receiver coach Phil McGeohan a quick tutorial:
Justino currently fights out of Huntington Beach, Calif., so it wasn’t much of a trip for the UFC star to make it to the Chargers’ camp home in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Justino currently doesn’t have a fight booked, but the promotion is reportedly targeting UFC 232 on Dec. 29 in Las Vegas for a superfight with reigning women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes. “Cyborg” last appeared at UFC 222 on March 3, where she scored a first-round technical knockout of Yana Kunitskaya.