It’s the end of a whirlwind profession for Miesha Tate.
From recognizing her desire and successful the UFC women’s bantamweight headline when she beaten Mom Holm beginning this season to dropping it by harmful first-round ko as a result of Amanda-b Nunes soon thereafter, Tate has just about done it all.
And now it’s here we are at her to say farewell.
After dropping to Raquel Pennington at UFC 205, the former champ stunned the MMA globe by introducing her pension from the game at Madison Rectangle Lawn.
“It’s not time right now, I’ve been doing this for over 10 years,” Tate said. “Thank you so much for being here, I really like this game permanently but it’s not time any longer.”
The 30-year-old finishes her profession with an eye on 18-7. Although she achieved the best of her profession by defeating Holm for the banatamweight headline in Goal, she’ll likely be kept in mind for her warmed competition with Ronda Rousey that began in Strikeforce and taken over to the UFC.
She decreased the Strikeforce headline to Rousey this year and the two had a vitriolic connection with her ever since.
The two were trainers on “The Greatest Martial artist,” which led to a rematch that saw Tate reduce to Rousey again. But Tate never provided up last but not least stated the silver by defeating Holm at UFC 196. She decreased it to Nunes at UFC 200 without success in her recovery effort against Pennington, who she trained on “The Greatest Martial artist.”