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There weren't a lot of people who walked away happy from the first ever women's featherweight title fight at on Saturday. In a fight marred by controversy more than anything else, Germaine de Randamie landed not one, but two illegal (and intentional, according to Holm) shots after the bell that went unpunished en route to claiming a controversial decision win.

One person who took particular umbrage with not only the reffing, but the judging of the fight, was none other than the woman who took the bantamweight title off Holm's hands last year, Miesha Tate.

As for what's next for de Randamie? Surgery, of course, to fix a nagging injury that has been in no way suddenly exacerbated by the idea of having to fight Cris Cyborg next.

Unfortunately for the newly-retired Tate, there isn't any way for her to right the perceived wrongs of UFC 208's main event with her own two hands. Should she decide to suddenly unretire, however...


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