Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has put together a colossal UFC 196 pay-per-view (PPV) card, which not only features Rafael dos Anjos and Conor McGregor duking it out for the Brazilian's Lightweight championship, but also a women's Bantamweight championship co-main event between the striking tactician Holly Holm and grappling standout Miesha Tate.
"Preacher's Daughter" is set to make her first title defense since she collapsed the formerly immortal Ronda Rousey with a vicious head kick back in November. "Cupcake" will get her second crack at UFC gold thanks to a four-fight win streak.
In advance of their highly anticipated showdown, UFC has released full fight videos to highlight the skill-sets of both Holm and Tate before they clash in Las Vegas on March 5, 2016.
First up, we have Holm, who completely ravaged "Rowdy" over a six-minute period during their historic UFC 193 headliner.
Holm executed the perfect gameplan in order to dethrone Rousey, who just had no answer for the crisp counter strikes of her opponent. Excellent cornering ...
Lastly, fight fans can snare a glimpse of Tate's most recent victory, which was a rather one-sided win over Jessica Eye back in July.
Tate's striking looked a good as ever in what was her sixth UFC appearance, but it was her wrestling that helped the Seattle native run away with the unanimous decision in Chicago.
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