Cat Zingano has plenty up for grabs in her next fight with Miesha Tate. The winner earns a bantamweight championship shot and coaching spot on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF). With so much being decided, Zingano will be implementing her regular style which includes not watching video.
“I’m not really concerned about her,” said Zingano on Inside MMA. “I don’t study films or go into fights with any expectations. I just go in leaving everything I got in there. It’s high risk, high reward.”
Champion Ronda Rousey is familiar with Tate, having submitted her with the patented armbar last year. While she’s never met Zingano, Rousey likes the idea since both are undefeated in the women’s bantamweight division.
Zingano vs. Tate is April 13 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, NV.