I'd venture to guess very few would turn down an advance from No.1 Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) female Bantamweight contender Miesha Tate, but it might be wise to keep a safe distance if you plan to act like Sherwood Brown -- who played basketball for 2013's March Madness Cinderella story, Florida Gulf Coast University -- out at the club.
Brown walked up on Tate as she was wrapping up a quick interview with Elie Seckbach of ESNEWS, gushing over the aesthetically-pleasing coach of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 18, lifting the sunglasses he was wearing inside a dark club (why?) and announcing that he would "love to take a piece of that."
Tate blushed, but didn't really hesitate, telling the undrafted NBA wannabe that he "wouldn't remember it" if he tried to steal a slice of her "Cupcake."
Perhaps UFC Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey -- her opposing coach on TUF 18 and upcoming foe in the co-main event of UFC 168 on Dec. 28, 2013 -- isn't the only female fighter poised to lay a beatdown on unsuspecting hordes of goons.
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