ByStephen Adamson, writer at Creators.co
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If you're at all following MMA you are aware that in two days (March 5th) in Las Vegas, Conor McGregor will fight Nate Diaz and the co-main event will feature Holly Holm fighting Miesha Tate.

The "Ronda Killer" and "Preacher's Daughter" is going to have a tough time with Tate, as she even admitted she thinks that she's a tougher fight than Rousey was to the media a few days ago.

And while Holly Holm is well known for her striking, it seems that Tate feels her chin might be a little suspect...

Here's what she said at open workouts:

"I think that Holly's chin might be a little bit suspect. I have seen her wobbled a couple times. There were some punches that didn't look like they were anything more than I could deliver, that's for sure. I think that's a little bit questionable, too."

Holm is clearly the favorite in this fight, but she should be careful if she wants to hang on to her bantamweight title belt.

Holm is feeling it, too.

"Now there's pressure that I don't want to be this one-hit wonder. I want to be able to show another performance. And in a lot of ways, this is a tougher fight for me. A different fight, just tougher in different areas, obviously."

The "Transitive Property" in math states that if one number is greater than or equal to another number that is greater than a 3rd number, that first number is automatically going to be greater than or equal to the 3rd number (I know, math sucks but bear with me).

But while Holm defeated Rousey and Rousey defeated Tate twice, there is no "transitive property", so to speak, in MMA and really in any sport. All bets are off when you step in to that field of play - in this case the Octagon.

What do you think?

Does Holm have a glass chin and can Tate catch her with a blow to the face or is Holly going to win this one easily?

(Via: MMAFighting)