What the deuce? Ronda Rousey say's she would prefer to coach against bitter rival Miesha Tate on season 18 of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF), which is why she is rooting for "Cupcake" to defeat Cat Zingano this weekend in Vegas.
While there were superb submissions in 2012 - including some that were technically harder to pull off than this year's winner - there was no submission that did more to change a career and the sport itself than Ronda Rousey's armbar of Miesha Tate.
As The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) has continued to fade, both the UFC and FX have continued to try to come up with new ways to save it. Here's a crazy idea that probably isn't crazy: Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate as coaches. Sound good?
Ronda Rousey is no stranger to pre-fight trash talk and intimidating her opponents. So, why is 'Rowdy' choosing to pass on all the pre-fight chit chat against Liz Carmouche ahead of their UFC 157 title fight? Get the scoop, inside.
Is the UFC making a mistake by "putting too many eggs" in Ronda Rousey's basket as it moves forward with women's mixed martial arts (MMA)? Find out why Miesha Tate, Rousey's bitter rival, seems to think that it's possible the case.
Pile on! Ronda Rousey, who usually despises anything coming from Miesha Tate, actually agrees with her on one thing: UFC welterweight champ Georges St. Pierre is ignorant when it comes to women's MMA. Here's why.
With news breaking, although it's still unofficial at this time, that women will be making their way over to the UFC from Strikeforce, Ronda Rousey has received the lion's share of the credit. Miesha Tate wants that to change, fast.
Former Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Miesha Tate reveals she is going to take time off fighting following her big win over Julie Kedzie in order to find the passion she had for the sport after she says she didn't feel it in San Diego.