MMA fans have been thrilled with games like UFC Fight Night: Maxachev and Moises, which means the return of Myesa Tate, who fans love after four years away. Her last fight in the UFC was on November 12, 2016 against Raquel Pennington.
He will fight UFC veteran Marion Reno in the main event. Aside from being Miesa Tate’s return fight, this could be Reno’s last fight in the UFC.
Tate’s last fight was not on the plan. He was defeated by a unanimous decision against Pennington. The loss came after she lost the championship in the UFC weight class against Amanda Nunes among women in two weight classes. The “Lion Woman” became one of the greatest fighters of all time and became a champion in two weight classes.
However, things weren’t that good for Cupcake. He faced some problems in his personal life and professional failures did not help. Myesha Tate retired a few months after reaching the pinnacle of her career.
His first attempt to win the UFC welterweight title failed, as he lost in a match against Ronda Ruzi in 2013. As a result, Tate had a great result, as he won four fights in a row and won the championship again.
However, this time the championship was won by Holly Holm, who won the belt to beat Ruzi. Myesha Tate was his first and last title defense. The Cupcake took a big win after a five-round battle.
Tate gained cult status among the fans and proved that his victory over Holm was the best moment of his career.
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Myesha is fighting Tate and her teammate Marion Reno
Myesha Tate and Marion Rene have lifted weights ahead of their fight at UFC Vegas 31st. But it could be a bad play, as Reneo has lost the last four fights by unanimous decision. Tate has also lost in the last two, but a long-term dismissal could have benefited his game.
Reneau, 44, deserves a great departure, and a win here will help him get what he deserves after five years of fighting in the UFC. Fans love what Miesha Tate will look like in her comeback fight, and so this will be one of the most anticipated fights on the card.