Miesha Tate lost UFC against Ronda Rousey. The UFC 168 ended with victory going to the stronger fighter of the two females. Ronda Rousey wound up beating Miesha Tate hands down and didn’t even shake her hand thereby displaying her rudeness.
However, Ronda Rousey refused to accommodate her rival in response to boos from the crowd. During the duration of the fight, Tate tried to exhaust Ronda but it proved to be a useless move. Her kicks to the head too couldn’t defeat Ronda.
Finally, in the third round, Ronda used her signature arm bar to debilitate Tate. The event was known as UFC 168 and it took place at the MGM Grand Garden. Throughout the match, Ronda was clearly the fitter warrior of the two.
While Miesha Tate did get herself out of many a hold and precarious position, ultimately she had to give in to the pressure being exerted by Ronda.
Ronda’s perverse hatred of Meisha Tate was evident throughout the championship event. In fact, she used the anger and resentment as fuel for the fire she unleashed on her nemesis. Her judo moves came in handy too. There is little love lost between the two.
At the end of the fight when Miesha offered a handshake of friendship, Ronda refused to do likewise. This elicited a series of putdown voices from the crowd which almost drowned out her interview later on.
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