In Video: Promo for “Strikeforce: Tate vs Rousey” on Showtime

Showtime has released the official video promo for the upcoming Strikeforce: Tate vs Rousey event airing March 3rd on Showtime.

Bantamweight Women’s Champion Miesha Tate will defend the title against Ronda Rousey in the main event of the show. Also, Sarah Kaufman will face Alexis Davis for the number one contendership to the belt.

Watch the promo below:

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  • jim462

    This will be one helluva good MMA fight unless Tate gets caught early in Ronda Rouseys devastating arm bar submissions hold which leads to very fast tap outs

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  • Blowbangfan

    I wanna see these two girls go at it and I hope that it’s a good fight. I think I’m going for Miesha Tate over Ronda Rousey but I don’t really know too much about either of them. I’d love to see how some of the best women wrestlers would do:

    Beth Phoenix (would beat either Miesha/Ronda since she’s so strong)
    Celeste Bonin aka Kaitlyn (would have to use sheer power, big underdog)
    Eve Torres (would get destroyed by, solid BJs BJJ and Muay Thai)
    Gail Kim (would be interesting but would get worked by Miesha/Ronda
    Lisa Marie Varon aka Tara/Victoria (would be a good fighter)
    Mickie James (she’d get her ass kicked though but I’d love to watch her try)
    Natalya Neidhart (would no doubt kick some ass against Miesha/Ronda)

    Anyway, I just like to imagine how some of my favorite women wrestlers would do in MMA but I highly doubt any of them will ever be in an MMA ring and I would not want to see any of them get hurt…okay, maybe Eve or Mickie James! I know I’m bad, I don’t really want that either but I legitimately believe the comments I made in the brackets. Natalya Neidhart would probably beat most women in the world of MMA. Beth Phoenix would too. Lisa Marie Varon would be extremely tough too. More wishful thinking to see Celeste or Eve win but I actually do believe. I really would put no faith in Gail Kim or Mickie James though. As good as they are in the ring they would be too small and lack the reach necessary to make contact consistently with their strikes.