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Cris Cyborg Calls Out Nunes’ Coach: He Is one of The Biggest ‘Creonte’ in The History of Brazilian MMA

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Cris Cyborg Calls Out Nunes’ Coach: He Is one of The Biggest ‘Creonte’ in The History of Brazilian MMA

 

 

While many are getting excited at the prospect of Amanda Nunes facing Cris Cyborg there are bigger issues to deal with. While Cyborg has respect for Amanda Nunes the same can’t be said of her coach Conan Silveira.

‘Creontism’: Jiu-Jitsu’s Biggest Hypocrisy

 

What do I think about Conan Silveira saying I need the fight against Amanda Nunes to leave my name in history?

I think it is a joke that Conan says I need the fight against Amanda Nunes to leave my mark on the sport. He is one of the biggest ‘creonte’ [how Carlson Gracie called fighters who switched teams] in the history of Brazilian MMA. You are talking about a guy who took everything Brazil taught him and sold it to the American’s [sic] for nothing. In Brazil, martial arts is about respect, rivalry, competition, and honor.

When Chute Boxe was fighting Brazilian Top Team in Japan, they didn’t need the coaches to grab the microphone and give interviews for the fighters. Conan doesn’t stand for honor and respect, he is loyal to whoever is going to pay him the most money. That is why Conan didn’t stand with Master (Ricardo) Liborio, because the Americans are paying him too much money to care about his students calling everyone in Brazil trash and filthy animals.

Imagine if Colby Covington acted the way he does and then went to train with the old school legends of BTT. Do you think Alan Goes, Nogueira and Ricardo Arona would have let him disrespect an entire country like that? Conan will stand with whatever team is willing to pay him the most money, and that will always be his legacy in the sport.

The day Dan Lambert stops paying his salary is the day he will stop representing American Top Team and put his legacy back up for sale, except this time Brazil will remember.

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Nunes responded:

 

Even though Covington followed up on his initial racism by calling Werdum a filthy animal –  he has no trouble with Brazilians according to head coach Conan Silveira:

“He doesn’t have any problem with teammates or coaches, Brazilians, not Brazilians, Americans – he doesn’t have any problem with anyone here in the house,” Silveira told MMAjunkie.

“In the house, no problem at all,” he continued. “He’s a cool guy with everybody. Brazilian coaches or American coaches, it doesn’t matter. His opinion has to do with him. We’re not his parents here. We’re trainers.”

Nunes herself condemned Colby:

 

 

Loyalty in BJJ. What is a “Creonte” anyway?