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Last Fight: Decision win over Tito Ortiz at UFC 148
Next Fight: TBD
Forrest Griffin might just be the worst sport in MMA history. At the end of the third round, Griffin assumed that he had just lost a decision to The Huntington Beach Bad Boy, and he had absolutely no desire to be there when the scores were read.
In what is becoming more commonplace than we'd like to acknowledge, Griffin left the cage in an emotional state and began hustling to the back. Were it not for Dana White chasing the former champ down and sending him back to the cage, Joe Rogan would not have been able to talk to the winner post-fight.
Normally after a win over a Hall of Famer, the No. 9 fighter on this list would see a bump in the rankings. However, Griffin looked sluggish last night, and was lucky that Ortiz showed up out of shape.