Tito please don't come back. Your delusional view upon yourself and how instrumental you are for MMA makes me want to puke.
I like seeing Tito fight because it's amazing to see how delusional Tito can be pre-fight, and then how many excuses he can muster up post-fight.
he has all ready had two bad come back why a third
I don’t know why I even try as I just can’t debate stupid people all they do is get me to stoop to their low level and beat me with experience.
Divorce and child custody hearings aren't cheap when they both have seven-figure lawyers.
Tito/Chael would be hilarious, Tito/Hendo could be a big money co-main.
Anybody know if he and Rampage are still tight? If he's free of ZUFFA obligations, there's also always Mo.
Not too sure Tito wins any of these fights, but I like Tito, so I'll watch.
MY MMA RANKINGS
HW Cain JDS Werdum Cormier Barnett Bigfoot Browne Miocic Napao
LHW Jones Goose Evans Texeira Davis Hendo Shogun Manuwa
MW Weidman ASilva Belfort Jacare Machida Rockhold Munoz Kennedy Bisping
WW GSP Hendricks Condit Lawler Maia Kampmann Rory Ellenberger Askren Lombard
LW Pettis Bendo Alvarez Chandler Grant Gil Thomson Diaz J.Miller dos Anjos
FW Aldo Mendes Lamas Frankie Cub Lentz Kawajiri Zombie Elkins
BW Barao Cruz Faber Bibiano McDonald Moraes Assuncao Wineland Dillashaw
Tito vs Page, Wand or Franklin. Sobral would have been good as well. He can always do the Bellator tourny
When MMAFighting.com reached out to Ortiz on Wednesday to ask if he was considering a comeback, he wrote back via text message, "everyone has a comeback."
When asked if he was healthy enough to fight again, Ortiz wrote, "we will see in five months."
The 38-year-old former UFC light heavyweight champion did not explain what was happening in five months, nor did he respond to subsequent text messages.
Tito is a beaten dead horse at this point.
Might be able to get past a single round in the Bellator tourney or have a successful losing streak in the UFC.
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)