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UFC 140 Video: Tito Ortiz on Dana White and Final UFC Fight

Posted on by Erik Fontanez

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – Tito Ortiz sat with MMAWeekly.com to talk about his career and its highs and lows. He heads into UFC 140 to face Antonio Rogerio Nogueira in the next to last fight on his current contract. The newly nicknamed “People’s Champ” talks about who he’d like to face in the final fight of that contract, as he hints that retirement looms in the near future.

Watch the video for MMAWeekly.com’s exclusive one-on-one interview with Tito Ortiz below…


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  • http://www.facebook.com/tommyblingshyne thomasabrams

    i think win lose or draw, titos last fight should be against rich franklin…2 former dominant UFC champions, past their prime, yet still good fighters who put on a show…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003077464278 rickheretikos

      Franklin? Dominant? Dude.. He won the belt, and defended it twice. Tito’s little bitch ass kept his belt for 2 years. I’m just saying, I like Rich, but he just showed potential. He never really reached it though…

  • http://www.facebook.com/donnyandtyler donnyandtylermull

    I won’t be missing Toto – the Peoples’ Chump when he leaves. Don’t let the door hit you in the ass when you go.

  • shaman

    Good luck, Tito

  • LAW OF FIST

    no way im guna listen to tito talk for seven min.

  • bajafox

    Still a fan of Tito and hope he sticks around for a few more fights

  • shakejunt

    let’s give chuck his chance

  • jmat13

    Tito. I will say this. In your younger years as a fighter I had a very large dislike for you. I thought you where an extremely bad example for the sport. But damn it I have to say that as you have grown older you have turned me into a fan based on your actions over time. I really like the older, wiser, humble and more mature Tito Ortiz. As a person who was lucky enough to watch the very first UFC event live I have to say that you truely deserve to be in the hall of fame. I wish and hope that the next generation of fighters coming up learn from the things you did great and the things you admitted where wrong and busted your ass to make up for. My hat is off to you Tito. Good luck against Lil Nog. Somehow I think this fight will go the distance since you both are hard headed and cardio machines. Win or loose I’m sure it will be an amazing performance from you both.

  • fsunoles09

    yep shake i think chuck stills has it in em to give tito 1 more beating despite his ever decreased chin.it wasnt like his skill went any where he whipped up on franklin til he hit em with the soft hook/jab type thing strait on the button, make that fight happen dana

  • MikeMc1983

    I wouldn’t mind seeing chuck beat up on Tito, but I’d be a little worried. Tito isn’t much of a power puncher, but he can hit as hard as rich did when he caught him. I’d like to think chuck could still beat Tito, but I’m not sure I would even want to risk having to hear Tito talk about knocking chuck out.
    I could pictue Tito at 80, still talking about having the last word in that rivalry if he pulled it out. That alone makes me hope it doesn’t happen.

  • fsunoles09

    haha i feel ya bro that would be a bitch having to listen to that forever.