In an interview with FloCombat’s Damon Martin, UFC Bantamweight Bryan Caraway finally talks about breaking up with Miesha Tate.
He sounds like a man whose heart has been beat like a drum.
Maybe I am looking into this too much, but it seems like Miesha Tate broke this man. Whenever a guy refers to “mistakes” that were made, that’s code for cheating. And in this case, I’m guessing he’s talking about being cheated on. Instagram posts a few weeks before Tate announced she was having a baby with another man by Caraway painted a picture of a silent, brooding depression. The posts only seem to confirm what everyone had long suspected. That poor Bryan Caraway could never tame Miesha Tate’s wild spirit.
I don’t think I’m alone when I say, we all saw this coming.
I, for one, feel terrible for Bryan. Whom amongst us hasn’t briefly captured a woman incredibly out of their league? It’s just that most of us bow out of these events with some dignity intact. You know, before your heart is ripped out of your chest and stomped to bits, live on Instagram in a surprise posts to thousands of people (who thought you were still a couple) announcing your ex is having another man’s baby. So while I can say I relate, damn did our boy Brian take a bad beat here. My sympathies.
I really hope he uses the pent-up rage that has to be coursing through his body every waking moment and starches Cody Stamann in his return this weekend. I’d be a absolutely perfect continuation of the story for the former Mr, Tate. He can now work the “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” gimmick.
Let’s take a look at the last time Miesha Tate mention Bryan Caraway publicly, and reminisce about a more carefree time in Caraway’s life. Nearly two years ago, when the world seemed like it was in the palm of his hand.
And now to simulate the brutal heartbreak Caraway endured, let’s fast forward to the start of 2018 and Miesha is announcing that she is having a baby with a guy who has been eliminated from The Ultimate Fighter twice. What I’m trying to illustrate here people is, damn, life comes at you hard.