EVOLVE MMA today announced the arrival of UFC World Champion Miesha Tate as the newest member of the EVOLVE Instructor Team.

Tate is a UFC World Champion, Strikeforce World Champion, FILA Grappling World Championships Silver Medalist and more. Known for her toughness, resilience, and ferocious grappling, Tate is a pioneer of women’s MMA. As one of MMA’s biggest global superstars, she has helped to grow the sport around the world and serves as a role model to future generations of martial artists. She brings her extensive martial arts experience to the EVOLVE Fight Team, which boasts a roster consisting of big names such as UFC Superstar Rafael Dos Anjos, ONE Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee, ONE Lightweight World Champion Shinya Aoki, BJJ World Champion Garry Tonon, Muay Thai World Champion Nong-O Gaiyanghadao, Kickboxing World Champion Giorgio Petrosyan, and Kickboxing Superstar Tenshin Nasukawa, among many others.

Originally from the USA, Tate is widely regarded as one of the greatest female mixed martial artists of all time. She has competed against many icons of MMA such as Holly Holm, Ronda Rousey, and Amanda Nunes. At EVOLVE MMA, she will be teaching students of all levels, starting this week. 

“We are very excited to have Miesha join our team here at EVOLVE MMA. She is a martial arts legend, and the experience she brings is invaluable. The opportunity for EVOLVE MMA students to train under and learn directly from her week in and week out is special. Our team consists of World Champions across various martial arts and adding a pioneer such as Miesha to the team allows us to continue to provide our students with the highest level of martial arts instruction possible,” said Wesley De Souza, Vice President at EVOLVE MMA.

“I’ve had the chance to compete at the highest level of martial arts throughout my career and joining EVOLVE is the next chapter for me as an instructor! I am so excited to share my knowledge alongside the many other World Champion instructors EVOLVE MMA has. Together we will help grow martial arts here in Singapore and I truly look forward to sharing my experience and what I know with my students,” said Miesha Tate.



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