The spotlight will be on female mixed martial arts tomorrow night, as Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Miesha Tate takes on judo standout Ronda Rousey in the first major female main event since Gina Carano and "Cyborg" Santos fought in 2009.
Tate brings a 12-2 record to the cage, with four of those victories having all come inside of the Strikeforce organization. Her wins include those over Marloes Coenen, Hitomi Akano, Maiju Kujala and Zolia Gurgel.
Rousey is 4-0 in MMA, with all of her wins having come by way of submission, and all of which have come in the first minute of the first round.
Rousey hasn't been quiet in her position as challenger leading up to the bout, and Tate believes she got the title shot based on her trash talk and not her somewhat limited accomplishments as a professional mixed martial artist.
What Rousey does bring is an extensive background in judo, an area for which she earned a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Other main card bouts include K.J. Noons vs. Josh Thompson, Paul Daley vs. Kazuo Misaki, Ronaldo Souza vs. Bristol Marunde and Scott Smith vs. Lumumba Sayers.