Cris "Cyborg" Justino has set her sights on former Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey after another dominant victory, this time over Lina Lansberg at UFC Fight Night in Brazil. 

Cyborg defeated Lansberg by TKO just two minutes into the second round with a flurry of brutal punches on the ground to notch up her second UFC win after crossing over from Invicta Fighting Championships.

"I want Ronda to come back," Justino said. "I think she should show people even when you lose, it's not the end of the world. You cannot give up."

"Come back for your fans and let's make the fight for all the fans, for women's MMA.

"I think everybody wants this fight and it would be amazing."

Cyborg broke Lansberg's nose with a punishing right hand at the beginning of the second round, after landing numerous shots to the head of her opponent at the end of the first.

Lansberg tried to cover her face up after damaging her nose, but Cyborg's relentless attacks saw the referee step in to save her from further punishment midway through the second round.

A match with former women's bantamweight champion Rousey would be a major box office attraction, but with both fighters having previously struggled to make the 140-pound limit there are likely to be further calls for the UFC to address the situation.

UFC president Dana White predicted a year ago that a super fight between Rousey and Cyborg would shatter the all-time pay-per-view record with $2 million buys and he appears keen to make it happen.

Rousey hasn't fought since UFC 193 in Melbourne last year where her undefeated record was ended by a brutal Holly Holm kick.

She is expected to return on the UFC 207 card which takes place on December 30 in Las Vegas. That fight would be against current champ Amanda Nunes but nothing has been set in stone.