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Former light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz was unable to retire on a winning note at UFC 148, as he once again came up short against Forrest Griffin (Pictured).
It was an emotional day for the man who will forever be known as “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy.” Hours before he took the cage for the final time, Ortiz gave a tearful speech when he was inducted into the UFC Hall...
The trilogy between former light heavyweight champs Forrest Griffin (Pictured) and Tito Ortiz served as the co-main event for “UFC 148: Silva vs. Sonnen II.”
If you were in search of highlight reel finishes, tonight’s event has thoroughly disappointed from that aspect thus far. Of the 10 bouts in the record books, eight have now gone the distance. Most of them in uneventful...
Forrest Griffin and Tito Ortiz will lock horns for the 3rd and final time tonight in Fight City, Nevada. Check out the video above for what will be the last time Tito Ortiz will step up on the scale.
"Why did Forrest Griffin run out of the ring at UFC 148?" That is the biggest question coming out of UFC 148 and continued into the post conference. Forrest apologized to Tito at the press conference but some are wondering whether an "I’m sorry" was truly enough. Related posts:
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After a ho-hum night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Tito Ortiz (Pictured), Forrest Griffin and Anderson Silva each an additional $75,000 for their special performances Saturday at “UFC 148: Silva vs. Sonnen II.”
Although Ortiz ended his mixed martial arts career in defeat, the night wasn’t a complete wash for the man who will forever be known as “The...
The middleweight rematch between UFC champion Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen is so highly anticipated that the 185-pounders got their very own press conference to promote Saturday’s scrap.
To ensure Tito Ortiz (Pictured) gets his share of the spotlight as he enters his final Octagon foray, the UFC has arranged a second pre-fight presser for “The People’s Champ” and opponent...
Video: Highlights: UFC 148 - Griffin/Ortiz 9 Rounds and 45 minutes. Not only did another great MMA trilogy end in Vegas last night, we witnessed the career of a Light Heavyweight competitor for the ages come to a close as well. Tito Ortiz never quit last night in the final fight of his UFC Hall of Fame career. Although Forrest may have taken the decision by blowing out Tito statistically...
UFC 148 is headlined by a UFC Middleweight Title Bout between champion Silva and challenger Sonnen. The Co-Main Event features the trilogy bout between Forrest Griffin and Tito Ortiz in what is supposed to be Ortiz’s final bout before retirement. Related posts:
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