Ronda Rousey might just get back to work in time for an UFC match between her and Miesha Tate slated for MMA’s inaugural comeback to New York City. This comes after MMA has won its petition against a 20-year ban from New York City. A Rousey-Tate match is on the way, it seems.
Rumors about said match surfaced after UFC president Dana White gave hints to the Rousey-Tate match on New Zealand Herald right in Madison Square.
After Rousey’s defeat against Holm and Holm’s defeat against Miesha Tate, a Rousey – Tate match is just perfect to finally settle the score between Rousey and Tate. Rousey has handed Tate her 2 losses while Tate is yet to defeat Rousey in a bout.
While Tate seeks retribution for her 2 losses, former MMA champion Ronda Rousey is out to regain her MMA title at the rumored UFC 205 fight about to happen in Madison Square in New York City later this year.
Fox Sports shows a hopeful Tate already looking forward to a Rousey-Tate match to seek her vengeance.
Tate is confident she will win against Nunes in their upcoming fight and move on smoothly to the highly anticipated Rousey-Tate match in a historic showdown at MMA’s comeback fight in New York City. However, in order to do so, she must first defeat Nunes in a UFC 200 bout on July 9.
Ronda Rousey has taken a hiatus from MMA after her shocking title loss again Holly Holm. Rousey is currently at a 12-1 MMA and 6-1 UFC standing while Tate is at 18-5 MMA, 5-2 UFC standing. A Rousey-Tate match will either cement Tate’s hold on her MMA titles or allow Rousey to regain what she has lost in November to Holly Holm.
However, no final word on the Rousey-Tate match has been released. MMA’s historic comeback in New York is scheduled on November 12 at Madison Square Garden.