After dropping Bader with a crushing right hand, Ortiz quickly secured a fight-ending guillotine submission.
Ortiz' first-round submission victory helped him in returning to the win column, and he did so in impressive fashion.
When multiple injuries to main event fighters at UFC 133 left a void, Ortiz accepted UFC President Dana White's offer to headline the event opposite Rashad Evans.
Ortiz took the fight on short notice and appeared well-prepared for the matchup.
However, 35 days between fights proved to be too much when facing a No. 1 contender in Evans.
With Ortiz' record now standing at 1-1 in 2011, speculation has been made as to who the former light heavyweight champion should face in his next trip to the Octagon.
Provided are a few potential matchups for "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy".