Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

- TITO, QUINTON, RICCO TRAINING CAMP

Posted on by MMAWeekly.com Staff

by MMAWeekly.com Staff
(Quinton jackson training w/ Tito Ortiz in Huntington Beach )

The last time we saw a Super Training Camp it was back in July when Randy Couture, Quinton Jackson, Frank Trigg and James Irvin worked out together getting ready for various fights. The camp was held in Sacramento as all fighters were preparing for big fights. Now a few months later a new “super” camp has been formed with some of the best fighters in the world training together.


 


This week in Huntington Beach, Tito Ortiz, Quinton Jackson, Karo Parisyan, Jason “Mayhem” Miller, Ricco Rodriguez and Tiki Ghosen all spent time working out getting prepared for various fights. Jackson of course will be competing in next week’s Pride Fighting Championships. “I was winning when I worked out with Tito and the guys…”, Rampage told MMAWeekly.com.


 


(Tito and Rampage working stand up)


“The guys I worked out with were so small that I felt I needed to get back to working with the bigger guys. So I’m getting back to my old work out partners so I can get back to my winning.”


 


Mayhem Miller has a fight coming up next month at SuperBrawl against Niko Vitale. When asked what advantages Vitale has over Miller, Mayhem told MMAWeekly.com “Good looks and a sparkling personality.” Miller is getting into fight shape, working on his cardio for the upcoming fight.



 Karo Parisyan also fights next month as he hopes to win the UFC title. Parisyan will fight one of the most dominant champions in UFC history in Matt Hughes. Parisyan is confident with his bigger work out partners that he can simulate the strength and power of Hughes as he hopes to pull off a huge upset next month on pay per view. Also competing in the training camp was Tito Ortiz, Ricco Rodriguez and Tiki Ghosen. With Tito working out it adds to further speculation that he may be fighting in K-1 at the end of the year. Ortiz didn’t confirm anything about his future in fighting, but it appears the Huntington Beach Bad Boy could be fighting either at the end of the year, or maybe the beginning of January with a new promotion. Ricco Rodriguez of course fights tomorrow night at the WEC Halloween Fury 4 show in Lemoore, California. Rodriguez hopes with a win over the former King of the Cage champion that he will get back into contention for a fight with Pride or the UFC.


Click Login To Post A Comment Login