It’s been a long road for bantamweight contender Miesha Tate. Her four straight wins put her in the main-event on March 5th at UFC 196 against champ Holly Holm.
Striking defense will play a key role for Tate as she’s received criticism in the past for taking too much damage on the feet. Tate showed great improvements in power when she mixed up her training in Vegas, but the striking caliber of Holm is undeniable at this level.
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