Updated JUL 26, 2015 at 2:13p ET. With four wins in a row including Saturday night’s victory over Jessica Eye in Chicago, Miesha Tate has worked her way back into a title shot against the victor of the UFC 190 main event between Bethe Correia and Ronda Rousey.

Tate began slow against Eye in the first round of their co-main event fight, however once the former Strikeforce champion warmed up, she knocked the Ohio native to the bottom with a hard right hand and not took her foot off the gas after that minute.

Tate ended up winning a unanimous decision with 30-27 scores across the board and after the fights, UFC president Dana White officially declared her as the new No. 1 challenger.

Tate has fought and lost to Rousey on two occasions previously, but she remains the only girl to take the UFC women’s bantamweight champion from the very first round.

Tate said with the brand new punching power she is developed lately working using a strength and conditioning coach in Vegas, she is able to give Rousey a better fight than before and perhaps even knock her out.

“She does not like to be hit, and I need to be able to provide that completing power on the feet,” Tate said about Rousey.

Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC / Zuffa LLC. Now the premise is Tate would face Rousey for the title, but t’s still a chance undefeated competition Bethe Correia gets the job done next weekend at UFC 190 and that changes the whole scenario around.

Rousey is appreciating somew near 15-1 odds in her favor to win the fight against Correia, and even Tate, that will never be the UFC winner’s biggest fan, said she doesn’t see the title changing hands next Saturday night.

If Rousey wins, a third fight with Tate could take place as early as the conclusion of the entire year on one of the marquee cards the UFC is putting together.

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