Tito Ortiz was 15-4 heading into his December 2006 meeting with Chuck Liddell.
Since that point, The Huntington Beach Bad Boy has generally looked like a shell of his former self, going 1-5 (1) in his past seven fights.
However, even after getting TKO’ed by Rashad Evans at UFC 133, Ortiz was very clear in stating that he has absolutely no intentions of retiring.
And UFC President Dana White said that he has no intention to cut Ortiz after the loss, so it seems quite apparent that the Team Punishment member will have at least one more fight under the UFC banner.
So who would we love to see Ortiz fight before the 36-year-old hangs up the gloves for good?
Check out five of the most intriguing fights Ortiz should sign up for prior to calling it a career.