What channel is Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate? TV information for UFC 196

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Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

Holly Holm takes on Miesha Tate this weekend as she returns to the octagon for the first time since knocking out Ronda Rousey.

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ufc-196-live-stream-ppvWith Conor McGregor fighting on the same bill Notorious has garnered plenty of the pre-UFC 196 build up but the co-main event promises to be a slobberknocker too.

Tate, who herself has been in the octagon with Rousey, is her for in her first defence of her UFC women’s bantamweight title.

But when will the fight get underway? And where can you see the action?

Here is all you need to know ahead of Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate…

1. When is the fight?
Holly Holm will take on Miesha Tate at UFC 196 on Saturday evening, or more accurately, the early hours of Sunday morning.

2. Where is the fight?
The fight will take at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

3. How can I watch it?
You can watch all the action from Sin City on BT Sport, with the main card getting underway at 3am. Subscribe Here UFC 196 Fight pass

4. Professional records

Holly Holm
Fights: 10
Wins: 10
Wins by KO: 7
Defeats: 0

Miesha Tate
Fights: 22
Wins: 17
Wins by KO: 3
Wins by submission: 6
Defeats: 5

5. Have they met before?

No – although they have both been inside the octagon with Ronda Rousey.

While Holm recorded an emphatic stoppage victory against Rousey, Tate has lost twice, both by submission.

6. Holly Holm’s last five results

Opponent Result Round Date
Ronda Rousey Win (KO) 2 November 15 2015
Marion Reneau Win (UD) 3 July 15 2015
Raquel Pennington Win (SD) 3 February 28 2015
Juliana Werner Win (KO) 5 April 4 2014
Angela Hayes Win (UD) 3 December 6 2013

7. Miesha Tate’s last five results

Opponent Result Round Date
Jessica Eye Win (UD) 3 July 25 2015
Sara McMann Win (MD) 3 January 31 2015
Rin Nakai Win (UD) 3 September 20 2014
Liz Carmouche Win (UD) 3 April 19 2014
Ronda Rousey Loss (submission) 3 December 28 2013

8. What’s on the line?
Holly Holm’s UFC women’s bantamweight title will be up for grabs.

9. Quote corner
Holly Holm on a potential rematch with Ronda Rousey: “At this point, I’m not looking past 5 March.

“That’s as far as my mind will let me go, that’s as far as my heart and my passion will let me to go.

“You’re never promised another fight. I want to make sure I make the most of this fight and not look past it.”

10. Tale of the tape

Holly Holm
Height: 173cm
Weight: 61kg
Reach: 175cm

Miesha Tate
Height: 168cm
Weight: 61kg
Reach: 169cm

11. Betting odds
Holly Holm: 3/10
Miesha Tate: 13/5

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Dana White: ‘I absolutely hate’ the ‘business side’ of Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate

When Holly Holm knocked out Ronda Rousey to capture the UFC women’s bantamweight title in November, UFC president Dana White joked that he and UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta should have their promoters’ licenses taken away if they booked anything other than an immediate rematch.

Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

Of course, those statements ended up being premature, considering that Holm is just days out from defending her title for the first time against Miesha Tate at UFC 196, but that doesn’t mean White has to be happy about it.

“I’ll tell you this, to be brutally honest with you, as a fan, I love her attitude and I love that. As the business side, I absolutely hate it,” White said Thursday on The Jim Rome Show. “Holly vs. Ronda is the biggest fight in UFC history, without a doubt. I think this thing does close to two million buys, and she’s going in Saturday night against Miesha Tate, who A., is hungry and wants that belt so bad, and B., stylistically matches up very well to give her a tough night. So it’s going to be interesting.”

Holm and Tate meet in the co-main event of UFC 196 on March 5 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The fight was one Holm pushed for, however it only became a reality once the UFC learned that Rousey’s return may be delayed until late-2016 due to Hollywood filming obligations and Rousey’s need to recover from injuries sustained during the Holm loss.

Rousey has made sparse public appearances since UFC 193, when Holm knocked her out with a now legendary second-round head kick. That has done little to slow the backlash she has received from fans and fighters online though — a backlash which only seemed to pick up steam after Rousey appeared on The Ellen Show and admitted to experiencing suicidal thoughts in the wake of her first professional defeat.

“That women is so competitive, and truly believed that she would never lose, and that’s what we all loved about Ronda Rousey,” White said. “That’s what got everybody so into women’s MMA and behind her, and then, when she lost, I mean, she went into a depression like I’ve never seen before.

“This is a person that I’m very close to and know very well, and yeah, it was tough to see her go through that, but she’s 100-percent bounced back, recovered and is getting ready to come back in either October or November.” Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

Rousey has also received criticism for not branching out her training away from Glendale Fighting Club and head coach Edmond Tarverdyan, however White believes the Rousey who shows up next time will be a vastly different fighter than the one who stepped into the Octagon against Holm.

“I think we’re going to see a more calculated Ronda. Ronda got to the point where she would fight anybody at their own style,” White said. “You don’t want to run into somebody else’s attributes. You want to shake things up for them and make them come into your wheelhouse, where you’re the best, and Ronda just went out there that night with the wrong plan.

“Then even when stuff started to go bad, she didn’t change things up, and she didn’t mix it up. You won’t see that again, I guarantee you. She’s going to be much smarter in her next fight and how many fights she fights after that.” Holm vs Tate

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Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate: A Full Head-to-Toe Breakdown

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate: Holly Holm (10-0) will defend her newly gained women’s bantamweight title for the first time at UFC 196. With Ronda Rousey still on the shelf, No. 2-ranked contender Miesha Tate (17-5) steps in to challenge for gold for the second time.

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate


Holm stunned the MMA world with her vicious second-round knockout of Rousey at UFC 193 last November. The victory shifted the complexion of the division as a whole and opened up new opportunities for its contenders.

Tate believed she had wrapped up a title shot up after defeating Jessica Eye last summer. It was her fourth straight win, but the UFC went with Holm instead. It was a decision that hit Tate hard. But now she gets the shot she has rightfully earned with her in-cage performances.

The lone title fight on the card will be the co-main event on Saturday. Whether that is just or not makes little difference. The stakes remain the same.

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Countdown to UFC 196: Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

UFC 196: Holm vs Tate Countdown takes you all-access inside the lives of four fighters bracing for high-stakes showdowns in Las Vegas.

Women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm looks to follow up her massive upset of Ronda Rousey by defeating another tough opponent, former Strikeforce champion Miesha Tate.

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

The Women in action: Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate. Holm hails from New Mexico, America. The beautiful 34 year old is commonly known as “The Preacher’s Daughter”. She has been the most versatile fighter since she has won many championship panning around boxing and MMA. Fighting Matrix (a comprehensive fighter ranking portal) posted her as #1 in the world. Her most notable win is from UFC 194 where she defeated the undefeated Ronda Rousey which was first in her sporting career. This match was considered to be the biggest upsets of the MMA sporting history. Miesha is younger than Holm. #Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

The 29 year old MMA fighter has only lost 5 matches out of the 22 bouts in her careers of MMA. She is from Tacoma, Washington, USA. She is primarily known for her grappling ability and has a lot of achievements one of them is winning a Silver in FILA grappling championship. As of November 2015, she has been the contender for #2 in official UFC rankings. She is also featured as a playable character in a video game named EA Sports UFC. We are pretty sure after these information, your adrenaline should pump up since both bouts are very unpredictable, equally poised and are equally capable of the title at the UFC 196. #Holm Vs Tate

Holm vs Tate UFC Pick, Preview, Odds, Prediction – 3/5/16

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate will face in the UFC 196 (formerly UFC 197) in Las Vegas. This fight will be her first fight since the last epic battle she experienced when fighting against Ronda Rousey in November 2015. She will face against Tate to fight for female bantamweight championship title

Holm vs Tate

Holm vs Tate UFC Pick, Preview, Odds, Prediction - 3/5/16

UFC: Saturday, March 5, 2016 (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
The Line: Miesha Tate +285 / Holly Holm -345 Over/Under: 2.5 See the Latest Odds
TV: PPV

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate fight late Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Holly Holm enters this fight with a 10-0 record and is winning 70 percent of her fights by knockout. This will be Holm’s fourth fight since 2015, and she’s coming off a November win over Ronda Rousey. Holm is averaging 4.09 significant strikes per minute with an accuracy percentage of 33.3 percent. Holm is averaging 0.83 takedowns with an accuracy percentage of 100 percent. Holm is a striker at heart who has a deep boxing background and showed in her last fight she’s capable of landing vicious kicks. Holm is going to be extremely tough to beat if she’s allowed to fight standing up. The concern with Holm is her grappling game, as she’s not 100 percent comfortable on the canvas. This is Holm’s first MMA fight in Las Vegas.

Miesha Tate enters this fight with a 17-5 record and has won 47 percent of her fights by decision. Tate has won her last four fights and is coming off a July win over Jessica Eye. Tate is averaging 2.04 significant strikes per minute with an accuracy percentage of 43 percent. Tate is averaging 2.31 takedowns with an accuracy percentage of 35.7 percent. Tate is a pretty polished grappler and wrestler, and she has six submission victories under her belt. Tate likes to wear down her opponent and find an opening when she can to put the fight away. The concern with Tate is that she gets tired rather quickly and doesn’t stand a chance in terms of striking. This will be Tate’s fourth fight in Las Vegas. Holm vs Tate live Stream

Tate’s lack of cardio is a concern for me, and her inability to land consistent and accurate strikes makes her a fish out of water in this fight. Holm’s only concern will be staying on her feet against a fighter who wants this on the canvas as much as possible. On the flipside, it’s going to take just one good punch to end this thing. Look for Holm to win this fight rather easily, as this one could get ugly.
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5 Things to Know About Holly Holm, Miesha Tate Ahead of UFC 196

5 Things to Know About Holly Holm, Miesha Tate Ahead of UFC 196

UFC 196 Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate on Saturday (10 p.m. ET, pay-per view) in Las Vegas will feature co-main events: Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate and Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz.

Here are five things to know about Holm and Tate:

Holly Holm

Record: 10-0

Age: 34

1. It started with cardio. Long before she claimed the UFC title with a kick that downed champ Ronda Rosey, Holm was just looking to stay fit between soccer seasons when she gave cardio kickboxing a try at age 16. That turned into sparring and, eventually, a successful pro boxing career. Holm taught cardio kickboxing classes for yeas in her hometown of Albuquerque, N.M.

2. Locked in the upright position. Holm has not been taken down in any of her first three UFC bouts. According to the stats service FightMetric, Holm spent 96.8% of those matches from the standing position, 3% atop the other fighter and 0.2% below the other fighter.

3. Not just “The Preacher’s Daughter.” Holm’s father is a longtime preacher at Edgewood Church of Christ in Albuquerque, hence her nickname, “The Preacher’s Daughter.”  But she was once known as “Nay Nay” — a derivative for her middle name, Rene — as a child.

4. Holly Holm Day. After her shocking win against Rousey, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez announced that Dec. 6, 2015, would be known as “Holly Holm Day” in the state. An estimated crowd of 20,000 turned out in Albuquerque for the “Holmcoming” parade.

5. Delayed debut. Holm broke her arm in her final fight for Legacy Fighting Championship in April 2014. That pushed back her UFC debut a few months, although she was all set to fight Raquel Pennington in December of that year. Less than a month before the fight, she was forced to withdraw after a neck injury she sustained during training. Her fight against Pennington was rescheduled for February 2015, a bout Holm won via a split decision.

Miesha Tate

Record: 17-5-0

Age: 29

1. Rasslin’ time. Tate joined the Franklin Pierce High (Tacoma, Wash.) boy’s wrestling team as a freshman. While she said the coach wasn’t initially keen on having Tate on a team filled with boys, she developed into a standout. Tate won the Washington state girls high school championship — and her team’s coach’s award — as a senior.

2. Takedown master. Tate has 25 takedowns, the most by any UFC women’s bantamweight fighter. (The stats include her fights in Strikeforce, an organization UFC absorbed.) The only fight of her 14 in UFC/Strikeforce she failed to complete at least one takedown was against Sara McMann at UFC 183 in January 2015, a bout Tate won via a decision.

3. It’s not broken. It certainly didn’t look good after Ronda Rousey contorted Tate’s left arm into a shape it shouldn’t have been in when the two first faced each other in March 2012. The injury was immediately reported as a broken arm, but soon after Tate said that Rousey’s trademark armbar instead tore several ligaments in her arm. Tate was submitted by the same tactic in a rematch at UFC 168 in December 2013, but Tate was able to tap out before any serious damage was done that time.

4. Early retirement? Tate hinted that she could walk away from the UFC after Holm was tapped to fight Rousey at UFC 193 in November. She had a to wait a few more months, but Tate will get her second UFC title shot at UFC 196.

5. Tenement on wheels. Tate and her longtime boyfriend and training partner, Bryan Caraway, lived in a motor home outside their gym as the two cobbled together whatever money they could to keep their respective MMA careers going.usatoday.com

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Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate UFC 196 Video, Pick, Preview, Odds & Prediction

Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate UFC 196 Video,Pick,Preview,Odds & PredictionUFC 196: Holly Holm – Ready to Defend Championship

Miesha Tate vs. Holly Holm

UFC: Saturday, March 5, 2016 (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
The Line: Miesha Tate +285 / Holly Holm -345 Over/Under: 2.5 See the Latest Odds
TV: PPV.

Holly Holm and Miesha Tate fight late Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate enters this fight with a 10-0 record and is winning 70 percent of her fights by knockout. This will be Holm’s fourth fight since 2015, and she’s coming off a November win over Ronda Rousey. Holm is averaging 4.09 significant strikes per minute with an accuracy percentage of 33.3 percent. Holm is averaging 0.83 takedowns with an accuracy percentage of 100 percent. Holm is a striker at heart who has a deep boxing background and showed in her last fight she’s capable of landing vicious kicks. Holm is going to be extremely tough to beat if she’s allowed to fight standing up. The concern with Holm is her grappling game, as she’s not 100 percent comfortable on the canvas. This is Holm’s first MMA fight in Las Vegas.

Miesha Tate enters this fight with a 17-5 record and has won 47 percent of her fights by decision. Tate has won her last four fights and is coming off a July win over Jessica Eye. Tate is averaging 2.04 significant strikes per minute with an accuracy percentage of 43 percent. Tate is averaging 2.31 takedowns with an accuracy percentage of 35.7 percent. Tate is a pretty polished grappler and wrestler, and she has six submission victories under her belt. Tate likes to wear down her opponent and find an opening when she can to put the fight away. The concern with Tate is that she gets tired rather quickly and doesn’t stand a chance in terms of striking. This will be Tate’s fourth fight in Las Vegas.

Tate’s lack of cardio is a concern for me, and her inability to land consistent and accurate strikes makes her a fish out of water in this fight. Holm’s only concern will be staying on her feet against a fighter who wants this on the canvas as much as possible. On the flipside, it’s going to take just one good punch to end this thing.sportschatplace.com

Look for Holm 196 UFC to win this fight rather easily, as this one could get ugly.

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate Prediction and Breakdown

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate Prediction and BreakdownOften times when two fighters are matched up, fans like to look for common opponents in similar match-ups and then make decisions based off of those results.

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate For instance, Manny Pacquiao beat Tim Bradley who beat Juan Manuel Marquez, so some will surmise Pacquiao beats Marquez.

As we know, that isn’t the case…It’s not how it works.This is why the counter-point to ‘fight math’ is that ‘styles’ make match-ups.We know Manny Pacquiao is a flamethrower who will have more success against the style Tim Bradley uses as opposed to the counter-fighting style that Juan Manuel Marquez possesses.Plus, Bradley’s patient, more technical, non-aggressive approach caused Marquez a lot of problems when they fought.

Holm vs Tate Overview:

Event: UFC 196
Date: March 5
Location: Las Vegas
Venue: MGM Grand Garden
Division: Bantamweight
Title: UFC MMA (Holm)

This same philosophy applies for MMA, and a lot of people are using it to determine Holly Holm will have an easy time with Miesha Tate on March 5th. Tate will be Holm’s first title challenger since the latter defeated Ronda Rousey in November.
A lot of people think because Ronda Rousey beat Tate twice, Holm will have an easy time in there because she dominated Rousey.

Holm is obviously has a dominant stand-up game, crafted from years of boxing where she held multiple world championships, but she is still pretty new to MMA.One of the biggest attributes in MMA is wrestling, and that’s something Miesha Tate does very well. Tate is also very skilled on the ground with 6 career submissions.

These are two areas Holm is very inexperienced in.In fact, in her 10 Pro MMA fights combined, Holm has been on the ground less than a minute.This is a big problem, even with beating Ronda Rousey because Ronda is an elite grappler but uses almost no wrestling. Judo and wrestling are completely different aspects.
In Judo, there’s less of a reliance on strength. It’s all about angles, body manipulation, proper movement, and technique.

When Holm fought Rousey, Holly beat her standing up from long and medium range, was able to maneuver out of Rousey’s reach and bully her in the clinch, exposing Ronda’s shortcomings.Rousey does not shoot in for double-leg takedowns, if she’s unable to use her Judo and her only other martial arts she can rely on are oxing and Muay-Thai, two fighting forms in which her skills are not elite.What Rousey didn’t do, Tate will.

Tate will shoot in for takedowns, she will pressure Holly against the cage, and will try to overpower Holm in the grappling aspect.The gameplan for Tate will be pretty simple, take Holm down and keep her there. When they’re on the ground, Tate holds every advantage.

Holm’s going to try and combat that strategy by defending takedowns and roughing Tate up during stand-up.Holm vs Tate Prediction: Holly will be able to defend some early takedown attempts and finish her on the feet pretty quickly.fightsaga.com

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Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate under UFC 196

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate will face in the UFC 196 (formerly UFC 197) in Las Vegas. This fight will be her first fight since the last epic battle she experienced when fighting against Ronda Rousey in November 2015. She will face against Tate to fight for female bantamweight championship title.

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

Holly Holm vs Miesha Tate

As the MMA fighter, Holm has the tremendous record of 10-0-0. When we look back at few months ago, Holm made her winning after knocking out Rousey with a powerful kick to the head. It was the payback because she lost to Rousey in December 2013.

Both Holly Holm and Miesha Tate should be working to the last breath if they want to grab the title. In Holly Holm’s side, she is getting ready by training with Jon Jones. Holly Holm is definitely one of the greatest MMA fighters in the world when she made her way to beat Ronda Rousey. She becomes the new UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion last 3 months. The reputation has been great for Holm. However, it is not the end. She still has a lot of tasks to do to welcome the upcoming event, UFC 196. And she needs to max her potential powers if she want to win this match.

With the current title, UFC 196 will be the bout which represents the first event that she hold the title defense. On March 5, Holly’s fans will root for her to defend her title. Defending the title in the first time has never been easy by anyone. She will fight against Miesha Tate while defending her pride. Fortunately, it is not something that is overlooked by this pretty fighter. In fact, she is 100% ready to be in the cage under UFC 196.

UFC 196, formerly known as UFC 197, will feature Dos Anjos vs McGregor. It is the upcoming epic battle under the MMA, UFC. The event will be respectively held on March 5th, 2016 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champ Holly Holm will defend her title for the first time. It is reasonable that this UFC Card will be one of the most historical ones in the UFC. Miesha Tate is the strong opponent. There will not be an easy game this time. So if you are the real fans of UFC, prepare your tickets, or PPV to catch up with this epic battle. News Source: http://ufc196.co/holly-holm-vs-miesha-tate/