Majority Draw Radio returns this week discussing the rich storylines from UFC 178. The action in Las Vegas featured Demetrious Johnson extending his historic flyweight title reign, “Cowboy” Cerrone notching biggest win of his career opposite Eddie Alvarez, Conor McGregor‘s show stealing brash KO of Dustin Poirier, Yoel Romero’s “stoolgate” controversial TKO versus Tim Kennedy, and the emotional returns of no. 1 contender Cat Zingano and former bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz.
Former Strikeforce women’s bantamweight champ and UFC title challenger Miesha Tate shares her thoughts on Zingano’s victory at UFC 178, plus how she favors champ Ronda Rousey against “Alpha Cat.” “Cupcake” “also expresses her appreciation for McGregor’s promo skills. Fresh off her win in Japan, Tate is healthy and ready for her next opponent, possibly another former UFC title challenger in once-defeated wrestler Sara McMann.
“If McMann is what they want to see, I’m down,” Tate told Majority Draw Radio. “If anybody else is who they want to see. I’m down for that too. I think Sara is a tough match-up honestly, but I think all the girls in the UFC are going to be tough.”