When a fighter loses, there’s usually a time to reflect, to go back and analyze what went wrong. But what happens when you get rocked and don’t even remember why you did what you did? That makes it a little tough to analyze, and that’s an issue Miesha Tate had in trying to address her loss to Amanda Nunes.
Nunes defeated Tate via a first-round submission at UFC 200 in July.
No matter how things went down in losing her UFC bantamweight championship, Tate was excited to get back in the Octagon for the promotion’s historic first event in New York, and even went halfway around the world to prepare for her return to the cage.
Tate is scheduled to fight Raquel Pennington at UFC 205 on Nov. 12 at Madison Square Garden.
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