Tito Ortiz UFC 133 Video: I’ve Come Full Circle, but I’m Not Done Yet

July 18, 2011
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Just a few short months ago, Tito Ortiz was being written off by most of us, almost as an afterthought. But now, after running rough shod over Ryan Bader at UFC 132 – a fight that could have signaled the end of Ortiz’s career – and accepting a rematch against Rashad Evans to headline UFC 133 in Philadelphia, what was old is new again.

Ortiz went from being a nobody in the sport with no expectations to becoming a UFC champion. Lately, he has fallen back to the depths of little expectation. Well, that is before he choked out Bader. Now he’s on a Cinderella run trying to fight his way back to the top of the heap.

Ortiz recently sat down for an interview with the UFC, check it out below…

(UPDATED AT 11:59 a.m. PT on July 18, 2010 to reflect proper finishing technique in Ortiz’s fight with Bader.)

  • raymondcanales

    F ALL THE TITO ORTIZ HATERS HE IS UFC .A YOUNG BUCK KICKING ASS SELLING OUT PAYPERVIEWS DEFENDING HIS UFC BELT 5TIMES .HAD SURGERY CAME BACK STILL IN THE CAGE TRAINING WORKING HIS ASS OFF ALL YOU LAZY PUSSIES WHO DONT KNOW SHIT ABOUT MMA (REAL MMA TRAINING ) DONT HAVE THE RIGHT TO SAY SHIT CAUSE YOU SUCK YOU LAZY FUCKS SUCK AND COULD NOT TAKE A PUNCH OR KICK IF YOUR LIFE WAS ON THE LINE PUNISHMENT ,FOUNDER, CHAMP TITO ORTIZ THE REAL LEGAND FOR UFC .AGAIN F U HATERS TITO ORTIZ RULES!