Miesha Tate Face Looks Bad After Fight In Photo

The former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Miesha Tate recently took to her Instagram account and posted a post-fight picture. It saw Tate unveiling her post-fight looks to her daughter. Dana White Accused Of Stealing From Jon Jones



Here is what she wrote in the caption:

“My Children will know that failure is still an accomplishment. I refuse to hang my head in shame but I was more nervous about showing my post fight injuries to my kids than I was for the fight itself.

I learned so much from this entire experience. #Grateful”


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Aspen Ladd wants to fight Miesha tate

Tate has been taking shots at Aspen Ladd and the latter has responded to them. She called the former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion out and challenged to a fight inside the octagon. Earlier, ‘Cupcake’ made remarks on Ladd after she failed to make weight for her fight at UFC Vegas 30. Notably, the former champion also criticized the female featherweight fighter for having a relationship with her coach.

However, Ladd had enough and doesn’t want to entertain the trash-talking. She wants to settle things with Tate inside the UFC octagon as she will soon return to bantamweight.

Aspen Ladd told MMA Junkie:

My next fight will definitely be at bantamweight. I overthought everything and underperformed. That’s the best way that I can describe it. I’m glad that I got back in there and fought, but I did not do anything that I needed to do.It was really just me not pulling the trigger, and I don’t know if it was the two years off or what, but at this point, I just want to get back in and really get back to myself as far as a fighter goes. I think she’s definitely stirred the pot quite a bit.”

“We all have life experiences, right? But without knowing what’s happened to another person, you can’t just apply, like, your triggers and what’s wrong with you to them. She has a tendency to see the world through what’s happened to her in the past. I don’t want to talk sh-t, but I definitely want that fight. You said some things; let’s go handle this like adults here.”

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