Miesha Tate, 29, is walking on cloud nine, after taking the women’s bantamweight belt from Holly Holm, 34. She sat down for an interview on March 9 and even started to badmouth the former titleholder Ronda Rousey, 29 — but this wasn’t the first time.
Well we didn’t see that coming! When Holly Holm, 34, stepped into the ring with Miesha Tate, 29, on March 5 few imagined the challenger would end up victorious. However, with Miesha defeating the UFC champ we’re now unlikely to see Holly taking on Ronda Rousey, 29, in a rematch.
Forget about Holly Holm and Ronda Rousey. Miesha Tate is the UFC champion everyone will be talking about for weeks to come, now that she defeated Holly in an epic matchup that took place on March 5. It was totally unexpected, but Miesha was very deserving of the win. Find out more about her here.
After her devastating loss to Holly Holm, 34, Ronda Rousey, 29, was looking forward to their rematch and the chance to restore her champion status. With Holly’s loss to Miesha Tate, 29, those hopes are dashed, and Ronda’s fuming! She wanted revenge, and she wanted it badly, according to a source who spoke to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY! So what’s she supposed to do now?
Holly Holm and Miesha Tate went head-to-head on March 5 at the famous MGM Grand in Las Vegas for the bantamweight championship. Right from the start, you could feel the energy from both girls and it was intense.
Since Holly Holm, 34, knocked out Ronda Rousey, 28, during their buzzed-about UFC title match in November 2015, fans have been at the edge of their seats waiting for what would no doubt be one of the biggest MMA rematches in years. Unfortunately, it now looks like fans will be forced to wait a little longer, as it was announced that Holly will have to defend her women’s bantamweight title against a different fighter before going head-to-head against Ronda again. Who’s the lucky competitor? Get the details below!
Could Ronda Rousey‘s, 28, biggest supporter also be her biggest rival? Probably not, but Miesha Tate, 28, was admittedly cheering on the UFC champion in her fight against Bethe Correia, 32, in Rio De Janiero on Saturday, Aug. 1. Turns out, even ‘Cupcake’ (as Miesha is commonly referred to as) felt that Correia deserved what she got after making a series of veiled pre-fight comments about Ronda’s personal life. That and well, she just doesn’t “think that [Bethe] is that good.” Ouch!