It's official: the short-lived Tito Ortiz career revival hype train has come to a screeching halt.
This past Saturday night, Rashad Evans not only knocked off 14 months worth of ring rust, but also cemented his position as the No. 1 contender in the UFC light heavyweight division. By scoring a TKO victory in the second round against Tito Ortiz, Evans secured a fight against the winner of the Jon Jones vs. Rampage Jackson that is scheduled to go down at UFC 135.
In other action, Vitor Belfort scored a much needed knockout victory that might have ended Yoshihiro Akiyama's UFC career, Rory MacDonald further proved that he is the future of the welterweight division, and Dennis Hallman made all of us want to throw up.