Miesha Tate’s body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check whether she has undergone cosmetic surgery!
Who Is Miesha Tate?
Miesha was born born August 18, 1986 in Tacoma, Washington. We won’t we listing here all her mixed martial artist records, since it isn’t inside main scope of this web. We mention instead, that Tate made it on the cover of Fitness Gurls magazine, wearing only tiny bikini. And that wasn’t her only almost glamour photo shoot. That girl simply looks stunning!
Plastic Surgery Overview
The MMA fighter went through some injury in the past years of her career. The ‘cupcake’ of the UFC broke her nose badly. She even had to go through nose surgery for the treatment of it.
Furthermore: She has breast implants indeed.
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Miesha Tate's plastic surgery history.
Check out these images of Miesha Tate. Is there any kind of plastic surgery involved here?
Miesha Tate Quotes
"I like that I'm in shape but still look like a woman. I don't feel like I've had to give up my femininity to be an athlete. I feel good about my body because I work hard every day, and I still look and carry myself as a woman - a strong woman."
"I did see the Yahoo Sports story Kevin Iole wrote about how the ratings for TUF go up when there's a women's fight in the episode. I can't lie: it felt really good to see that the UFC fans - not only MMA fans but fans of the UFC who maybe hadn't seen any female fights before February of this year - look forward to watching the women fights so much."
"I know there's pros and cons to Trump, and people talk crap that he's had a lot of failed businesses, but failing a lot sometimes means you've tried more. And a lot of those people have succeeded more times than they failed."
"There's a responsibility to represent female MMA that comes with being the champion, just as there's a responsibility to represent and promote the show when you coach TUF."
"People like myself have been pushing, competing, and promoting female MMA for a long time, and to see the fans accept a female division in the UFC so quickly is vindication that all that hard work amounted to something."