Originally written on hov-mma  |  Last updated 3/16/13

When asked about Ronda Rousey's next fight at a media scrum in Montreal earlier this week, UFC President Dana White revealed that he already had plans for Rousey but wouldn't share them with the media just yet. Apparently he couldn't keep the secret any longer. To close out the FX portion of Saturday's UFC 158 broadcast, White revealed to UFC commentator Joe Rogan that the female UFC bantamweight champion will be one of the coaches for the next season of The Ultimate Fighter on FX.  Taking the spot opposite Rousey will be the winner of Miesha Tate vs. Cat Zingano, a fight that takes place on April 13th during the finale of this seasons Ultimate Fighter. Contestants on the next season of TUF will feature both the men's and women's bantamweight divisions. In an unprecedented move by the promotion, both male and the female competitors will share the same house during taping.  Open tryouts for TUF 18: Team Rousey vs. Team Tate or Zingano take place on April 15th in Vegas. We'll have more news right here on hov-mma.com as this story develops.

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