EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW | Holly Holm opens up on UFC 196 loss, rematch with Miesha Tate
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This past Saturday at UFC 196, Miesha Tate submitted Holly Holm in the 5th round of their co-main event scrap to win the UFC women’s bantamweight championship.
While UFC President Dana White has stated since the fight that Tate will now fight Ronda Rousey when Rousey chooses to return to the UFC, it’s no secret that UFC 200 is right around the corner. Surprisingly, neither woman has received a lengthy medical suspension beyond the mandatory 7-day suspension period. Given that, many want to see Holm and Tate have a rematch at UFC 200 in July.
In this exclusive video, Holly Holm opens up about her loss at UFC 196, what she feels she needs to work on, and her desire to have a rematch with Miesha Tate at UFC 200.