Miesha Tate Helps A Child Battling Cancer Through Memorabilia Auction

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UFC fighter Miesha Tate is trying to raise money for a sick child named Hayden. She is auctioning off a signed photo and t-shirt to the highest bidder. Fans are currently bidding by commenting on the post.

Let the bidding begin for a great cause, help this sweet little angel named Hayden who is battling cancer by bidding on some signed #mieshatate swag all proceeds going to Hayden and her family

Posted by Miesha Tate on Sunday, June 7, 2015

In January, Tate announced that she wouldn't be signing any more fan mail to avoid people selling the autographs for personal profit.

Instead, she stated her desire to put that money toward charity, according to MMA Mania. She also stated that she didn't respect those who "make money of other people's hard work."

Tate didn't say when the auction would end, nor did she state how much money she was looking to raise as a result of the auction. If you want some gear signed by one of MMA's most popular fighters, now may be your best chance.

And, you will have the chance to donate to a great cause in the process. Everybody would benefit.

Tate is the former Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion. She, however, transitioned to UFC when the promotion absorbed Strikeforce in 2013. Her most recent was in UFC 183 against Sarah McMann.

She won by majority decision. Tate's next fight, moreover, will be against Jessica Eye on UFC on Fox 16. For more information on the fight, go here.

For more about Miesha Tate, visit her official website here. If you want to make a bid on shirt and photo, visit her official Facebook page here.