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Cat Zingano unhappy with being passed up for title shot

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03:37 PM ET 01.01 | UFC women's bantamweight contender Cat Zingano, who suffered a torn ACL, was forced to pull out of a coaching gig on season 18 of The Ultimate Fighter, which would have paved the way for her to get a crack at the current champion, Ronda Rousey. Zingano's title shot and TUF coaching slot went to Miesha Tate, who lost to Rousey at UFC 168, but president Dana White said Zingano would still be the No. 1 contender when she was able to return. Unfortunately for Zingano, that time has yet to come and she was once again passed over for a shot at the title. This time, former Olympic silver medalist Sara McMann leapfrogged Zingano to get the shot. Zingano is understandably upset with getting passed over yet again and she had some words for the UFC - including that she would fight Rousey even with a torn ACL.

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January 2, 2014  09:39 AM ET

If she's not fully healed, why does she have a beef.

 
January 2, 2014  09:56 PM ET

If she's not overly hot, why are they trying to sex her up? She has a grille like Seabiscuit.

In fact, why do they try and sex up the women anyway? You could try forever and a drone like Bigfoot Silva would never be "sexy".

Yet they try to play that angle with the wenches.

I can see more real fights outside the local waterfront waterhole on a Friday night at closing time.

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