MMAmania.com takes you through the “do’s” and “don’ts” for both co-main event participants who battle tonight (Sat., March 5, 2016) inside MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
There’s only one championship match taking place at the blockbuster UFC 196 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which will go down TONIGHT (Sat., March 5, 2016) inside MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. And it doesn’t include Featherweight kingpin Conor McGregor.
Undefeated women’s Bantamweight slugger Holly Holm is out to prove she isn’t a one-hit wonder when she defends her 135-pound belt against gritty wrestler Miesha Tate in the co-main event of the evening. Holm and Tate collide in what should be an interesting styles clash between two of the best female fighters in mixed martial arts (MMA).
“Preacher’s Daughter” is one of of the most gifted strikers in the sport having been a champion in boxing for many years. “Cupcake,” on the other hand, is well-versed in various styles of grappling, and she’s proved it by submitting Dutch submission artist Marloes Coenen in July 2011 to claim her first major title.
Both women will need to show up armed and prepared for any situation. Read on to find out what the keys to victory are for both fighters.
1. Timing …
The one attribute, which Holm holds over Tate’s head, is timing and it’s the exact detail she’s going to have to pay extra attention to when plotting out her victory. Holm likes to find her rhythm and most fighters, like Ronda Rousey and Marion Reneau, have allowed this to happen early.
Tate cannot afford that. The ex-Strikeforce champion needs to shake her slow-starting ways and begin to break down the defense of Holm immediately.
However, it needs to be done strategically. You can’t just charge at Holm like a bat out of hell.
We saw how well that turned out, ….View full article
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