Miesha Tate and Cat Zingano fought on The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale to determine who would be the new number-one contender to Ronda Rousey’s bantamweight title. In addition, the winner would receive the high-profile position of coaching opposite Rousey on The Ultimate Fighter 18. The show, to premiere on the new Fox Sports One, will feature the first-ever co-ed TUF house. In Tate-Zingano, Cat Zingano hit Tate with four knees flush to the face, then slammed her with a right elbow, which dropped Tate to her knees. At that point, ref Kim Winslow stopped the fight. Tate insists she was dropping down for a take-down, and that she was not in trouble, and therefore, the fight should have continued. What do you think?