DeMarco: Bring UFC Champion Miesha Tate To WWE WrestleMania 32

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Hot on the heels of her shocking UFC title win, BWN’s Greg DeMarco is calling for the WWE and UFC to bring Miesha Tate to Dallas for WrestleMania 32!

If you haven’t heard by now (which is virtually impossible if you’re the type of fan who has made it to our site), Miesha Tate choked out Holly Holm to capture the UFC Bantamweight Women’s World Championship, the belt that Holm won from Ronda Rousey just a few short months ago.

According to Dana White, Tate now waits for her next showdown with Rousey:

“I think that Ronda now will now fight Miesha Tate for the title – that’s what’s gonna happen. That’s what I said before this fight even happened. Whoever wins tonight will fight Ronda for the title.”

In the same report, you’ll see that White notes Ronda isn’t due back into the UFC until October or November. If so, that’s quite the layoff for Miesha Tate after her shocking title win, as well as for Holm, who would likely await the winner of Tate-Rousey.

So what’s Miesha Tate to do? Well, that’s where the WWE comes in!

The latest word is that Vince McMahon is very high on Sasha Banks, and she is expected to walk out of WrestleMania 32 with the WWE Divas Championship. If so, the company will want a major way of pushing her after that win.

The best plan to do so is one already laid down by Sasha Banks herself. After Charlotte defeated Becky Lynch to retain the Divas Championship at the Royal Rumble, Sasha Banks made her presence known with a surprise entrance and turn. This fueled a two-month build that is set to culminate in their triple threat match at WrestleMania 32.

So when Sasha Banks completes her story and wins the Divas Championship, have Miesha Tate to the exact same thing. Tate enters, holding up her championship as Banks holds her own up high. Miesha Tate makes some good money over the next few months, Sasha Banks gets some necessary mainstream exposure and the WWE and UFC both enjoy a win-win situation.

Miesha Tate at WrestleMania 32—book it Vince! (and Dana!)

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