After Kedzie win, Tate plans time off to rediscover 'passion and fire' for MMA


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Miesha Tate had what most fighters would consider a great birthday. She fought on TV on Saturday, engaging in a back-and-forth slugfest before finally pulling off a fantastic submission in the third round in a fight that had fans going bonkers in person and online. And Zuffa President Dana White stopped by backstage to get his picture taken with her, he loved the fight so much. But despite celebrating with a post-fight birthday cupcake, Tate sat on stage at the "Strikeforce Rousey vs. view original article >>

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