Is Miesha Tate On OnlyFans With Paige VanZant?

Miesha Tate is definitely one of the greatest female fighters in the world of MMA. Miesha Tate recently dropped a Ronda Rousey return bombshell as well. 



Tate most recently lost to Ketlen Vieira last November via a unanimous decision, after dominating her UFC return against Marion Reneau. She returned to the Octagon after retiring after she lost at UFC 205 in 2016.

Some fans were under the impression that Miesha Tate might join the adult site OnlyFans as a side gig, and the former UFC champion shut that idea down quickly as she recently spoke on her YouTube Channel. 
“Nowhere in this video did I say I was desperate
This led to a lot of backlash among fans who felt Miesha Tate was disrespectful to those who make a living on OnlyFans. Several combat sports athletes have started making good money by posting on OnlyFans including the likes of Paige VanZant and Bec Rawlings.
Tate has since discussed the issue. The former UFC champion stated that her comment was not meant for a public platform and accused the media of foul play. She did apologize for offending anyone as well.

Tate also tried to clarify what she meant by not being “desperate,” and said she wasn’t targeting those who decided to post adult content.

“First of all, this was not a public statement, although I understand anything I say on the internet even if it is just a comment back to a fan on my YouTube channel, not something I meant publicly, that yes it can be taken out of context and the media can take and do what they want,” Tate told MMA Fighting. “I would like to note that none of the headlines actually quoted me. They only used one word that I used. But I have been getting a lot of comments and even to the point where I feel like it’s like harassing you, like leave me alone. I don’t want to have an OnlyFans.

“I’m engaged, I’m a mother of two, and I let one fan kind of piss me off and it was accumulating of people ‘start OnlyFans! Retire. Do an OnlyFans! Retire!’ I’m like guys I’m not desperate for that,” Tate explained. “I want to fight. I don’t need money and that’s where the clarification goes for that. I wouldn’t go and just sell myself on OnlyFans for just money. I don’t need money and I’m not doing this for money. I’m OK, guys. I’m OK.

“The word choice I used was wrong and I’m very sorry if it offended anybody who has an OnlyFans cause it certainly was not my intention. I was not targeting anybody. I love Kendra Lust. I’m just a big supporter of any — I’ll say people in general — but I’m such a big supporter and proponent of women doing whatever they want.”

“I don’t want to do that because I feel like in my position, people are already calling for my retirement. They’re already writing me off. I’ve worked so hard for so long being a pioneer on this sport that I will do everything that I can to be taken as serious as I can. This is my personal [choice]. This is not a reflection of how anyone else chooses to lead their life or if they feel good about doing an OnlyFans, then great! Do it! I have no problem with women going out there, men going out there, whoever wants to get on OnlyFans, do it. But for me, I don’t want to be perceived as someone who is fighting as a secondary [option] or getting attention for fighting as a secondary [option]. I don’t want OnlyFans to be the reason that people are interested in me.”

“I do sincerely apologize. I did not want to hurt anyone’s feelings or make them feel bad for having an OnlyFans. You want to have one? Go for it. I support it 100 percent but please, you guys, stop asking that of me because it’s not the direction I want to go. I want to pursue fighting and I appreciate we can all have our individual choice so let me have mine.”

Harrison Carter
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