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MEXICO CITY -- While Miesha Tate is content with her upcoming UFC 183 fight against Sara McMann, the former Olympic wrestler wasn't Tate's first choice. Rising Brazilian contender Bethe Correia, a striker who's made a name for herself calling out champion Ronda Rousey, asked for the Tate fight but was ultimately unable to accept it due to injury. And while Tate knows a win over McMann does more for her career than one over Correia, she isn't blind to the reality of McMann's unpopular style. "[Co read news >>

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UFC women's bantamweight contender Miesha Tate is making the best of a bad situation. After being adamant about not wanting to face someone looking to 'grab a hold and take her to the ground,' Tate has been booked to fight ground-and-pound specialist Sara McMann at UFC 183 in Las Vegas, Nevada. With first choice Bethe Correia forced to turn down the bout due to an undisclosed injury, Tate now says a win over McMann better illustrates how she's evolved as a fighter. "[McMann] probably does more f read news >>

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Still, Tate says the "cocky" Brazilian's mouth has been writing checks she might not be able to cash when the two eventually lock horns. Bethe Correia has made it no secret just what she intends to do to Miesha Tate should the two bantamweights find themselves locked inside the Octagon, as "Pitbull" warned "Cupcake" to get a good mouthpiece to protect her grill from the bevy of punches she'll receive. Unfortunately for Bethe, she won't be able to back up her words, as an undisclosed injury force read news >>

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Former No.1 women's Bantamweight title challengers ... UNITE! Two of the top three female Bantamweight fighters under the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) banner, Miesha Tate (No. 2) and Sara McMann (No. 3), will collide in a pivotal divisional match up planned for UFC 183, which is set for MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Jan. 31, 2015. "UFC Tonight" revealed the 135-pound showdown on its latest FOX Sports 1 broadcast. Tate is in the midst of a two-fight win streak, most rece read news >>

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A women’s bantamweight bout between Miesha Tate and Sara McMann has been added to Jan. 31's UFC 183 card. read news >>

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It took awhile, but the UFC was finally able to announce a long-awaited bout between No. 2-ranked women's bantamweight Miesha Tate (15-5) and No. 3-ranked Sara McMann (8-1). The former Olympian tweeted nearly a month ago that this bout was close to being official. The announcement was made on Fox Sports 1 during the broadcast of UFC Tonight. McMann lobbied hard for this fight, and Tate was not going to back away from the challenge. Both women have challenged for the UFC gold, but both came up sh read news >>

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A women's bantamweight fight between Miesha Tate and Sara McMann is scheduled to go down at UFC 183, officials announced on Wednesday night. read news >>

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Heavyweights Antonio Silva and Frank Mir will try and salvage their relevancy in the division in February, while Miesha Tate and Sara McMann engage in an important women's bantamweight clash to end January. The news just keeps rolling in on a busy Wednesday in the world of MMA. UFC Tonight reports a pair of new fights headed for two different PPVs 2015, as Frank Mir takes on Antonio Silva at UFC 184 in LA, while Sara McMann and Miesha Tate battle it out at UFC 183 in Las Vegas. BREAKING: Antonio read news >>

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A long-simmering match-up between women's bantamweight contenders Miesha Tate and Sara McMann was made official for UFC 183 on Wednesday's episode of UFC Tonight. Tate (15-5), the No. 2 ranked female 135-pounder on the UFC's media-generated rankings, looks to string together her third consecutive win in her quest for a trilogy bout against champion Ronda Rousey. Since her title loss, Tate has rebounded to pick up back-to-back decisions against Rin Nakai and Liz Carmouche, although her win agains read news >>

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Miesha Tate will be back in action at UFC 183, but while she’s currently embroiled in a Twitter battle with Bethe Correia, “Cupcake” will instead face Sara McMann.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Because no one in the 135-pound women's division has a better wrestling pedigree than the Olympic silver medalist. Swallowing a loss, in any sport, is a tough thing to do. More so in combat sports, where in the blink of an eye the tides can turn, as you can be in the fight one minute and on your back staring at the lights the next. Just ask Alistair Overeem, who says despite getting flattened by Ben Rothwell at UFC Fight Night 50 a few months back, he wasn't knocked out and will easily win the r read news >>

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Following their recent wins, it appears UFC women’s bantamweight contenders Sara McMann and Miesha Tate are ready for a fight against each other.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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Winning doesn't make your job easier in mixed martial arts (MMA), it only makes it harder. That's because Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will ensure each opponent is harder than the last (usually) until you lose or win the title, something Miesha Tate could soon find out after her unanimous decision win over Rin Nakai at the UFC Fight Night 52 event on Sat. (Sept. 20, 2014) in Saitama, Japan (recap). Assuming Sara McMann gets her wish. Hey @ufc, I'd like to fight @MieshaTate since she just read news >>

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Following a unanimous decision win over Rin Nakai in Japan, UFC women's bantamweight Miesha Tate received a callout from fellow contender Sara McMann. Miesha Tate did what she had to do to record her first UFC winning streak, as she took out the previously unbeaten Japanese star Rin Nakai by unanimous decision in Saitama. Tate has picked up wins over Nakai and Liz Carmouche this year, and she's looking to build up enough wins to get another title shot. Fellow contender and Olympic silver medalis read news >>

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