Bellator CEO Scott Coker has confirmed that Cris Cyborg will fight in boxing aside from competing at Bellator.

After being officially released by the UFC, Brazilian MMA star Cyborg has now joined Bellator. Cyborg just announced that she is officially signed by Bellator and revealed that her goal is to be the only female fighter to hold four different titles in the same division, TMZ Sports reported.

"My goal is going to be the only female fighter holding four different major tiles in the same division and I know with you guys I can do that. And, I just want to say, Cyborg Nation, Welcome to Bellator!," Cyborg said.

Coker on his part, is pleased with their decision to sign the former UFC star. According to the Bellator boss, Cyborg deserves to have a good contract with their promotion.

“(Cyborg) definitely deserves it,” Coker told MMA Junkie.

During the interview, Coker revealed that one of Cybirg’s issues with the UFC is not being offered a fair share of fights. Having said that, Coker looks to book Cyborg two to three times a year with Bellator.

“She was fighting once a year. That’s what she’s complaining about. We can definitely put her into the cage, I want to say, two or three times a year,” Coker said.

What makes Cyborg’s contract with Bellator even more interesting is the fact that she has the liberty to take her talents in other sport. Coker expressed his support to Cyborg should she decide to participate in boxing as well, more specifically, with boxing promotion DAZN. However, he also noted that MMA will be Cyborg’s first priority.

“MMA is going to be her first commitment, but if she wants to box, I’m all about it. But we’re going to be a part of it. You might see her boxing on DAZN a couple times a year or once a year,” Coker revealed.

Coker also confirmed that Cyborg will immediately get a title shot against current Bellator women’s champ Julia Budd. However, the promoter clarified he hasn’t finalized specific details with Cyborg or Budd but he plans to meet with the former UFC champ this weekend.

Prior to joining Bellator, Budd already sent Cyborg a message. According to Budd, Bellator makes sense for Cyborg as the promotion has the best 145-lb fighters in th world.

“I think it makes perfect sense. The best 145-pounders in the world are here, it makes sense if she comes over to Bellator,” Budd pointed.

Cris Cyborg UFC UFC Featherweight Champion Cris Cyborg attends a press conference at the Hilton Hotel in Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Aug. 15, 2017. Photo: Buda Mendes/Getty Images