Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Miesha Tate is now working as a Fitness Trainer, just another job she has taken on since walking away from the octagon in 2016. Tate has also been working the commentary desk for UFC on FOX, and also has a role in a new management company. Tate, along with partners Robert Reynolds and Robert Callister, formed AO8 Management to represent fighters earlier this year.
“I’m very excited to be producing my first ever online workout program for you!! I finally get to share my training, nutritional & motivational tips! Coming very soon is the Be Your Own Champion 30 day challenge!! #fitness #health #beyourownchampion #30daychallenge”
Tate retired from MMA in November 2016, shocking the world with her announcement following a loss to Raquel Pennington at UFC 205. Tate came into UFC 205 as the No. 1 ranked female bantamweight in the UFC. She won the title back in March defeating Holly Holm at UFC 196, and then lost the belt to Amanda Nunes at UFC 200.Follow MyMMANews.com on Social Media
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