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Tito Ortiz Wishes Dana White Would Let Go Of Grudge

Tito Ortiz wishes that UFC President Dana White would let go of their grudge after all these years. It’s no secret that Ortiz and White haven’t seen eye-to-eye over the years. White has been very vocal about his dislike for Ortiz, with the latter suggesting at one point that he’d never fight in the UFC again.
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Tito Ortiz Is On A Personal Manhunt To Track Down Robbers

UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz has given extensive details behind the robbery of his Huntington Beach, CA home earlier this year. Ortiz and his family were robbed of a series of valuables while all of them were out of the house back in June. Police say the residence was broken into by breaking a window on the balcony before the robbers stole a safe and other items.
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Former UFC champion Tito Ortiz reveals he competed for free in his Octagon debut

Former UFC star Tito Ortiz has revealed that he competed for free when he first stepped foot inside the Octagon. While he may be something of a controversial figure in the modern era, Tito Ortiz is known by many as ‘The Huntington Beach Bad Boy’ for a reason. The ex-UFC light heavyweight champion accomplished some great things during his time as an active mixed martial artist and nobody can ever take away from him what he was able to do in the cage.
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Tito Ortiz Claims He Fought In His First UFC Appearance For Free

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz’s Octagon beginnings didn’t start with any financial compensation. Ortiz is regarded as one of the top fighters in UFC history, with wins over the likes of Vitor Belfort, Wanderlei Silva, and Forrest Griffin on his record. He won the then-vacant light heavyweight title over Silva at UFC 25 before defending it five times.
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Tito Ortiz Claims Chuck Liddell UFC Beef Was Fabricated

Tito Ortiz claims that his beef with Chuck Liddell in the UFC was fabricated by the promotion itself. Ortiz was recently interviewed by Chris Van Vliet and discussed his historic mixed martial arts (MMA) career. During that conversation, Ortiz discussed his legendary feud with fellow MMA legend Chuck Liddell. Tito...
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Tito Ortiz Opens Up on His WWE Tryout in 2019

Tito Ortiz recently spoke with Insight with Chris Van Vliet for an in-depth conversation about all things pro-wrestling. During the discussion, the former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion recalled his brief stint at The Performance Center:. “In 2019, Shane McMahon reached out and said, ‘What do you think about coming in?’...
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Tito Ortiz Reveals Which McMahon Asked Him To Do WWE Tryout

UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz recently was a guest on the podcast, Insight with Chris Van Vliet. Ortiz revealed that it was Shane McMahon who was interested in him doing a WWE tryout in 2019. “2019, Shane McMahon reached out to me and said, ‘What do you think about...
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Tito Ortiz Has House Burglarized, “Welcome To Biden’s America”

Former UFC champion Tito Ortiz’s house was burglarized and had a safe stolen, according to Huntington Beach police. On Friday, Ortiz was away from his house when the unidentified perpetrators gained access by breaking a window on the residence’s balcony. Police say the house was “ransacked” when they responded to the scene.

Tito Ortiz Blames “Joe Biden’s America” For Stolen Safe & “Ransacked” House After Burglary

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz was hit by burglars this past Friday. Police were spotted outside Ortiz’s Huntington Beach residence investigating the burglary. A spokesperson for the Huntington Beach Police Department shared that the officers responded to a call for service at Ortiz’s home early Friday morning, after receiving reports of the alleged theft.
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Tito Ortiz Names His Favorite Fighter To Watch Right Now

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz has revealed his favorite fighter to watch compete today. Ortiz was recently interviewed by Helen Yee and asked about his favorite fighter to watch compete in mixed martial arts (MMA) right now. “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” named top-ranked lightweight Michael Chandler as his pick.
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Former UFC Champ Tito Ortiz's Home Burglarized

The California home of former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz was allegedly burglarized Friday, and an investigation is underway. The Huntington Beach Police Department confirmed to TMZ Sports it was called about a burglary, but it didn't provide details about what type of items were missing. Ortiz wasn't home...

Tito Ortiz confirms that he will retire from MMA in 2022, hopes for Shogun Rua UFC fight: “I have a lot of respect for him”

Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz has announced he’ll have one more fight. He’d also like it to be in the UFC against fellow former champion Shogun Rua. ‘The Huntington Beach Bad Boy’ is currently riding a three-fight winning streak in the cage. However, his last combat sports appearance was a boxing match against Anderson Silva in September 2021. That sole boxing match was a first-round knockout loss.
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Bisping Recalls Dana White’s Preparation For Boxing Match With Tito Ortiz

Former UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping has described just how seriously Dana White was taking a potential boxing bout with Tito Ortiz in 2007. The sport of mixed martial arts is full of intriguing matchups that never came to fruition, from the cursed Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson bout and a dream clash between Khabib and former champ-champ Georges St-Pierre to… Dana White vs. Tito Ortiz?
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Tito Ortiz Pitches Double-Retirement Fight With Shogun Rua

Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Tito Ortiz is looking to make a return to MMA, and believes he’s identified the perfect opponent. Ortiz, a 34-fight mixed martial arts veteran, hasn’t entered the cage since 2019. Across his last three bouts, “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” defeated a trio of notable names. After besting Chael Sonnen at Bellator 170, Ortiz completed his trilogy (regrettably, in the eyes of many) with longtime rival Chuck Liddell under the banner of Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions.
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