The former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Miesha Tate recently flaunted her incredible abs in a new bathroom selfie, which she posted on Friday.
Miesha Tate show off her abs
Miesha was seen wearing a turquoise blue sports bra that she lifted slightly up to show off the full extent of her astonishing and well-defined abs. She stood at an angle that also allowed the camera to capture her amazing arm muscles, which weren’t even flexed for the shot.
The former Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion wore short black gym shorts that showed off her muscular legs and stood with a slightly leaned back stance and knees bent with her legs apart. Miesha also piled her thick hair, with the ends dyed a faded red, on top of her head. A few strands whisked free and she let one strand hang in front of her forehead.
The UFC star captioned her Instagram post with:
“Throwback to my pre vacation abs!” along with a few emojis. Miesha has 2.1 million followers on Instagram and her post has earned over 10,000 likes so far.
Tate made her 125-pound debut earlier this month, taking on No. 6-ranked flyweight Lauren Murphy at UFC Long Island. The match did not pan out as planned for Tate. The former bantamweight champion was thoroughly outclassed, losing a wide unanimous decision to Murphy. The loss is Tate’s second in a row but despite the current skid, “Cupcake” remains in great spirits and says she’s not considering retirement at the moment.
“I’m in a very great point in my life,” Tate said on Unlocking the Cage with Jimmy Smith on SiriusXM Radio. “Not like Chapter 1. Chapter 1 was kind of toxic and I was in a lot of turmoil and that was my outlet and it was also my identity. It’s none of those things for me anymore. So as I continue to evolve, life is great. It’s very kush. I live a wonderful life. I have everything that I need. I don’t need to fight, I just want to. And I want to do better than I did this time. I’m not going to give up on it, but this is a whole new challenge. I just need to get my mindset a little bit more gritty, a little bit more grind. A little bit more ‘gotta have it,’ not just there to have fun, and I don’t feel like I hit the nail on the head with that this time.”