WATCH: “I’m kinda crazy,” Miesha Tate removes stitches on her own after UFC Vegas 43 eye injury

Miesha Tate uploads a video of her removing the stitches on her own following injury from UFC Vegas 43.

Miesha Tate eye stitches
Miesha Tate removes her own stitches

Miesha Tate does not need a doctor to remove her stitches apparently. The UFC superstar documented her post-fight recovery following her scrap at UFC Vegas 43.

UFC Vegas 43 was headlined by former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Miesha Tate and rising bantamweight Ketlen Vieira. In a ferocious battle between the two in the main event for five rounds, Tate came up short and lost the fight via decision. Not only did she have to go home with the loss but also a devastating injury near her eye.

The two women bantamweight absolutely gave their all and ended up facing some serious injuries. “Cupcake” suffered some heavy blows to the face and is now recovering. Miesha does not mind showing her fans the behind-the-scenes of her recovery.

Watch Miesha Tate removing her own stitches after suffering some big hits to the face against Brazilian Ketlen Vieira:

Miesha Tate doesn’t need a doctor to remove stitches

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Miesha “Cupcake” Tate

In the video, Tate said, “I think there’s no point in going to the doctor to remove these, but I’m also kind of crazy.” For fans that want to try this at home, please emphasize Miesha saying, “I’m also kind of crazy.” The former bantamweight champion is as tough as they come.

In her post-fight review of the fight, Miesha Tate has been very welcoming of her new challenges and said she is enjoying fighting inside the octagon. The fighter believes she will soon be back challenging for the title. Tate returned to the octagon in 2021.

Miesha was on a 5-year hiatus before her first fight in 2021. Since her return, “Cupcake” is 1-1 and is looking to get in more fights and rise up the rankings to challenge the current bantamweight champion and her former rival Amanda Nunes.

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