Bryan Caraway Offended After Popular MMA Figure Jokes About The Miesha Break Up

Things have not been going Bryan Caraway’s way as of late. Now the UFC fighter has come forward to respond to a recent criticism from a popular MMA figure.

Bryan Caraway suffered a debilitating injury that has kept the fighter outside of the octagon since his 2016 match up against Aljamain Sterling. Beyond that, Caraway’s relationship with longtime girlfriend and UFC superstar Miesha Tate came to an end within the same year. Caraway then suffered the passing of former Xtreme Couture head coach Robert Follis, who passed away in December of 2017.

All in all, it has seemingly been a tasking time for the fighter. Speaking on what his struggles have been like over the past long years, Caraway recently offered a few words.

“There were times where you just beat yourself up a little. Like, you’re not going to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Eventually, I got this fight, and I’m healthy, and things started going my way. Things are looking better for 2018.”

Now Miesha Tate is in a new relationship with MMA fighter Johnny Nunez, with a baby now on the way. It has since been revealed that Caraway, Tate and Nunez all still train at the same gym.

In a recent interview, their mutual gym manager/coach offered an update on the situation.

“Miesha Tate is in here once or twice a week, she’s pregnant. And she dates one of our teammates, Johnny Nunez, at first, we didn’t know how things would work out. But everyone has been an adult about the situation. Bryan and Miesha are cordial, Johnny and Bryan are cordial. It’s an unfortunate situation, but it is something that happened. I’m glad everyone is an adult about it.”

Now comedian Adam Hunter has taken to Twitter to offer a joke about Miesha Tate at Bryan Caraway’s expense.

“Jon Jones and Miesha Tate are in a feud. I’m with Miesha on this one. Jones put steroids and coke in his body. The only bad thing Miesha put in her body was Bryan Caraway.”

Taking to Twitter, Caraway has since decided to offer a simple but powerful response to the message.


Bryan Caraway is now set to make his octagon return at UFC 222. The fighter will be facing off against Cody Stamann for the exciting night of fights.

UFC 222 goes down March 3 inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.

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