I will be the first to admit that I was very wrong with my prediction of Ryan Bader defeating Tito Ortiz at the MGM Grand Garden Arena at UFC 132 on July 2nd.
Resurrecting his career with one victory, "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" has once again found a home in the UFC light heavyweight division.
This iconic figure was one of the biggest pay-per-view draws in 2006 as he battled the legendary Randy Couture and Chuck Liddell.
The life and story of Tito Ortiz is what Hollywood scripts are based on. This outspoken, enigmatic figure has captured the hearts of fight fans worldwide through his in-cage performances, his out-of-the Octagon relationships, as well as through his extremely popular Punishment Athletic Line.
Diverse in his talents, vocal in his opinions and still a force inside the famed Octagon, the life of Tito Ortiz is extremely complicated, very interesting and will never be duplicated.
Enjoy this time-line of Ortiz's past and his current existence inside and outside of the UFC.
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