UFC officials are not too happy right now. Over the weekend, new owners WME-IMG invited all fighters under their purview to the organization's first ever UFC Athlete Retreat. The event was supposed to be a relaxing time away for fighters but also a time for Ultimate Fighting Championship staff members to hand down guidance and regulations while passing along information that may be coming down the pipe.

It was expected that fighters might interact or come Face To Face with other fighters that they did not necessarily get along with. UFC officials, however, did not expect two female athletes to get into an altercation that could lead to possible Jail Time for one.

Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino and Angela Magana have had issues with one another online. Comments have been thrown back and forth on Twitter and it all came to a boiling point over the weekend when the two came face to face.

Legal trouble

Cyborg confronted Magana about her comments and eventually a punch was landed. The short-lived dispute made international headlines even though it was over within seconds. Police were called and Cyborg was cited. UFC President Dana White was asked if Cyborg will be punished by the organization. White responded, "Obvioulsy, we're looking more into that. It's very serious and we'll see what happens. This is the thing that the District Attorney and police are handling right now so there's way more to that than just what am I thinking about it."

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department charged Justino with a misdemeanor and if she is found guilty she could face up to six months in jail.

Fighting record

Cyborg holds a 17-1-1 professional mixed martial arts record and has not lost an MMA fight since 2005, her very first pro contest. She came to the UFC before the organization implemented its new women's featherweight division. Her two fights were at a catchweight of 140 pounds. It is expect that upon her return she would challenge current champion Germaine de Randamie for the belt.

Magana is yet to win a fight in the UFC since coming off a stint on the Ultimate Fighter Season 20. She holds a pro MMA record of 11-8, and is riding a four-fight losing streak, two since coming to the UFC. Magana fights at strawweight (115 pounds) which sits three weight classes below Justino's 145-pounds.

This legal issue will likely delay Justino's return to the sport once again. She was recently cleared of a suspension by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency earlier this year.