UFC Women’s Bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey is not a huge fan of Miesha Tate nor her UFC fighter boyfriend Bryan Caraway, and has not been shy about her feelings for either. In this FOX Sports interview with Miesha Tate, she gives her opinion on why she thinks Rousey has been so critical of Caraway:
ProMMAnow.com reporter Dan “The Wolfman” Theodore caught up with former Strikeforce women’s Bantamweight champ and current UFC women’s Bantamweight top contender Miesha Tate at the UFC World Tour Press Conference in Los Angeles earlier this week. After first calling out Dan about some previous comments he’d made about her, Tate talked about her arch nemesis Ronda Rousey and their upcoming title fight.
On Sept. 4 The Ultimate Fighter 18: Team Rousey vs. Team Tate will premiere on the new FOX Sports 1 channel. UFC women’s Bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey will pit her team of four women and four men against the team of her arch nemesis Miesha Tate. Take a look at what is sure to be a drama-filled season in this video preview.
ESPN has somehow managed to get the clothes off the biggest stars in women’s MMA including Gina Carano, Cris Cyborg, Ronda Rousey and now Miesha Tate. Promise them a few glossy spreads or maybe a cover and the clothes just seem to disappear. Don’t think we’re complaining. In fact, we are quite grateful… at least for three out of four of those. Now feast your eyes:
Ronda Rousey’s 2004 Olympic judo teammate and Strikeforce veteran Dr. Rhadi Ferguson analyzes Rousey’s performance against Miesha Tate and examines the field of possible future opponents.
ProMMAnow.com is on scene for tonight’s “Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey” fight card at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Miesha Tate and Ronda Rousey square off in the main event.
Strikeforce women’s bantamweight champ Miesha Tate and her March 3rd main event opponent, Ronda Rousey,, along with co-headliners K.J. Noons and Josh Thompson took part in a media conference call Tuesday.
In leading up to her title fight this weekend, Shoot Media put together this in-depth interview and mini-documentary on Strikeforce women’s 135-pound number one contender Miesha Tate.