Miesha Tate calls Aspen Ladd a ‘cheater’ over UFC Vegas 38 weigh-in oddities
Previous UFC females’s bantamweight champ Miesha Tate didn’t keep back when reacting to Aspen Ladd’s declaration following her UFC Vegas 38 stopped working weight cut.
Ladd, the No. 3 ranked UFC females’s bantamweight, stopped working to make weight for her scheduled UFC Vegas 38 bout versus No. 11 ranked Macy Chiasson. She initially stepped on the scales completely dressed. The screen was drawn out so she might weigh in with absolutely nothing on. She stepped on the scale and after that withdraw of it. Eventually, she can be found in a pound over the 136-pound limitation for non-title bantamweight bouts.
Ladd has actually missed out on weight one time prior to in her profession. She’s had a hard time to make weight a couple of times. The bout was later on cancelled due to health issues and Ladd launched a declaration discussing her side of what failed.
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Tate reacted to Ladd’s declaration and had no compassion for the 26-year old. Tate implicated Ladd of trying to cheat and making reasons.
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Tate went back to battling in July after last contending in November 2016, beating Marion Reneau by TKO. Tate right away was placed back into the UFC females’s bantamweight rankings at No. 8. Tate was set up to deal with No. 7 ranked Ketlen Vieira on Oct. 16, however the battle was pressed back to Nov. 20 after Tate checked favorable for COVID-19.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.