Filed under: Featured , News , UFC The photographer who called UFC featherweight champion Cris Cyborg a man will no longer be credentialed at UFC events. The industry-leading MMA promotion issued a statement today saying it was “aware and troubled” about a social media post from Mark Aragon , who served as Holly Holm ’s photographer at UFC 219, and won’t issue Aragon a media pass to future events. “UFC is aware and troubled with the recent statements made by a social media representative from the JacksonWink MMA Academy in Albuquerque, New Mexico as it concerns women’s featherweight champion, Cris Cyborg,” read the statement, which was sent to MMAjunkie after an initial report by . “UFC does not condone or tolerate the remarks that were used. The organization has reached out to the JacksonWink team to inform them that the individual in question will not be granted access for future events.” Aragon, who in addition to his work with Holm (11-3 MMA, 4-3 UFC) also serves as the media director for the famed Jackson-Wink Academy, on Sunday morning referred to Cyborg (18-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC) as a man on his Instagram account, prompting backlash online and a demand for an apology from the UFC champ

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