If there is anyone out there who even now inquiries Miesha Tate’s toughness, let this be the ultimate verdict in placing such nonsense to relaxation.
Tate (18-7 MMA, 5-4 UFC), the former UFC women’s bantamweight winner, introduced on Sunday that she gave beginning to her next youngster – a boy named Daxton Wylder Nunez – from the confines of her individual property in Singapore.
In accordance to Tate, who introduced the news on social media, she experienced planned to have the child in a neighborhood healthcare facility. She did not go into specific details about the surprise arrival, other than to contact it “unexpected.” Thankfully it appears to have all gone off with no a hitch, and now Tate is a mother of two (by means of
Today I became a Mother all over again! The experience was incredible, we planned a hospital birth but our son had other plans!
Daxton Wylder Nuñez was born at 8:20am June 14th in our home. We welcomed our son as a family….. it was perfectly imperfect and I am over the moon!
I cannot thank you enough @johnnyboymma you kept me centred, focused and helped me unexpectedly deliver our baby! I couldn’t have done it without you truly. Thank you for being my rock.
#unexpectedhomebirth #homebirth #babyboy #birthaffirmations #birthstory
Tate, 33, retired from MMA competition in November 2016 after a loss to Raquel Pennington at UFC 205. She’s since relocated to Singapore, where she serves as a vice president for the Asia-based ONE Championship organization.
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