Heading into UFC 132, it seemed like a sure bet that Tito Ortiz would be fighting in the UFC for the last time, as UFC president Dana White said "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" would need a win over Ryan Bader to keep his job.
However, Ortiz dropped Bader in the first round and finished the spectacular upset with a guillotine choke. Now, Ortiz is the fighter with job security, while Bader has lost two straight fights.
Prior to UFC 132, Bader had solidified a spot in the top 10, while Ortiz was on the outside looking in. Let's find out if either fighter has a spot among the elite light heavyweights in the UFC after their bout.