Tito Ortiz beats Chuck Liddell

Tito Ortiz beats Chuck Liddell

Tito Ortiz beats Chuck Liddell

Former UFC Hall Of Famer Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz will throw down for the third time to rekindle their rivalry on (Sat, November 24th) from inside the Forum in Inglewood, California under the banner of Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy promotion which makes its debut in MMA.

The 43-year-old Ortiz quickly noticed this and soon visibly grew in confidence, leading to the fight ending sequence in the final minute of the round in which he unleashed a series of punches, with a right hand connecting flush to the face of his foe, sending him falling to the canvas in a heap. You know how much your dad works.”.

Ortiz had said prior to this card that his trilogy with Liddell would be the last time he stepped inside the cage. I want to help give back to the fighters. You are not coming back after eight years outside the cage to take me out. "Chuck Liddell, thank you for taking this fight", Ortiz said.

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Liddell, who was once encouraged to retire by his close friend and UFC president Dana White, was noncommittal on his future.

Ortiz also declined to speculate if he will fight again and encouraged Liddell to continue fighting afterwards. I made a mistake. I was so happy to get inside the ring. I don't think it was my best showing for sure but I got in shape and was ready for this fight. "He motivated me. I was ready for this fight and I got caught".

Ortis pressured Liddell from the first bell and while "The Iceman" was able to fire off a few shots towards his opponent, none of them came with the same level of heat that he so often delivered in his prime.

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