Two of the biggest names in MMA are set to collide later this year when former UFC light heavyweight champions Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Tito Ortiz square off on November 2nd at the Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California.
Ortiz retired from competition after losing the rubber match of his trilogy with Forrest Griffin at UFC 148 last summer, but in recent weeks, the long-time UFC champion had been hinting at a comeback on Twitter . Though he's struggled with injuries and managed just a 1-7-1 over his last nine fights, the flamboyant and outspoken Ortiz remains one of the most recognizable names in the sport, and one of its most polarizing figures as well.
Much like Ortiz, Jackson has appeared on the downside of his career as of late, his last victory coming against Matt Hamill at UFC 130 in May 2011. Since then, the former Pride standout has dropped three consecutive contests.
But MMA is as much a sport about personalities as it is wins and losses, and there is no denying ...