Miesha Tate Plastic Surgery: Before and After Her Nose Job
We have listed all plastic surgeries Miesha Tate has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
Miesha was born born August 18, 1986 in Tacoma, Washington. We won’t we listing here all her mixed martial artist records, since it isn’t inside main scope of this web. We mention instead, that Tate made it on the cover of Fitness Gurls magazine, wearing only tiny bikini. And that wasn’t her only almost glamour photo shoot. That girl simply looks stunning!
Plastic Surgery Facts
The MMA fighter went through some injury in the past years of her career. The ‘cupcake’ of the UFC broke her nose badly. She even had to go through nose surgery for the treatment of it.
Furthermore: She has breast implants indeed.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Miesha Tate went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||Yes|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Miesha Tate's body and face are natural?
Miesha Tate Quotes
"There's a responsibility to represent female MMA that comes with being the champion, just as there's a responsibility to represent and promote the show when you coach TUF."
"I've been wanting to be sponsored by some kind of hair product for a long time. I have a lot of hair, and it goes through a lot in my training camps anyways, so having some kind of great hair sponsor would probably be awesome for me. I'm kind of hard on my hair, but I think I have nice hair."
"It's called 'Fight Valley,' and it's my first feature film. I just dove in and did the best I could. I don't think I'm gonna win any Academy Awards on this one. I had fun with it and hopefully will get more opportunities like that. It's about two sisters, one poor and one rich, and one goes into underground fighting."
"I think people relate to the person who gets knocked down or maybe has to come from behind and get that victory."
"I'm a woman who's been in a man's sport since the age of 15, and to see people finally seeing what I saw right from the start, that female fighters are just as good 'pound-for-pound' as our male counterparts."