With his number of losses closing in on the amount of wins he has had in his MMA career, it has become easy to forget that Tito Ortiz is still the UFC record holder for most consecutive title defenses as light heavyweight champion.
Earning just one win in his past eight appearances, the 37-year-old Ortiz has tainted his legacy is the minds of many by continuing to compete against the best 205-pound fighters in the world.
Now, it is believed that Ortiz will attempt to leave the sport on a high note and remind fans why he should be remembered as one of the best ever by defeating former UFC champion and The Ultimate Fighter winner Forrest Griffin in a rubber match.
Ortiz and Griffin have already spent six rounds inside the Octagon together, so there won't be many surprises for either competitor when they potentially meet later this year.
Let's take a look at which fighter could have the edge heading into what could be Ortiz's final fight.