Yeah, that’s Miesha Tate showing off some of her assets (hi-yo!) in the new issue of Fight! Magazine. She might not flaunt it as much as some others, but Tate is another female fighter who is both way too tough and way too good-looking for us. Does that make us sad? A little, yeah. But this picture helps ease the pain. If only we’d known how fine she was when we talked to her a couple of weeks ago, we could have really worked the old magic. And by magic we mean been really weird and creepy. Missed opportunity, there.
More Tate hotness is after the jump, and way more in this month’s issue of Fight!, which coincidentally also features an article by yours truly on everyone’s favorite mustache ride-offering hard-ass, Don Frye. Check it out.
Miesha Tate (born August 18, 1986) is generally considered one of the best 135-pound female MMA fighters in the world. Born in Tacoma, Washington, "Takedown Tate" competed on the boys’ wrestling team at her high school, and won a high school women’s state championship in 2005. She made her MMA debut at HOOKnSHOOT’s Women’s Grand Prix in November 2007, defeating Jan Finney by decision but losing to Kaitlin Young by knockout in her next fight. Miesha Tate most recently defeated Maiju Kujala and Hitomi Akano in a one-night four-woman tournament at Strikeforce Challengers: Riggs vs. Taylor. Tate is currently dating WEC/Strikeforce vet Bryan Caraway, who she also trains with.