After an incredibly exciting card at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 filled with surprise knockouts and upsets, Tito Ortiz has revived his career just when everyone was ready to tell him to hang it up.
Ortiz is one of the most polarizing figures in mixed martial arts today and has a knack for drawing attention to himself, but it often doesn't have to do much with fighting.
That changed on July 2, 2011, however, when Tito managed to drop Ryan Bader with a right hand before submitting him with a guillotine choke for his first Submission of the Night bonus.
It was "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy's" first victory since his third fight with Ken Shamrock back in October of 2006.
It wasn't just any win either. It was a win over Ryan Bader—a man who had only lost to current champ Jon Jones and was certainly one of the top contenders in the division. This was supposed to be a rebound fight for Bader—a big name, low risk opponent to pad his resume with.
With such an impressive and important victory, who will be next in line for Tito Ortiz?