Tito Ortiz announces his return: “The fight is signed”
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz is making his comeback, according to a recent tweet from “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy.”
The last time fans watched Ortiz in a cage was in December 2019 when he fought Alberto El Patron in Combate Americas 51: Tito vs. Alberto. It was a quick fight for The Huntington Beach Bad Boy as he subdued the professional wrestler in the first round with a choke in the back.
And at 46, Ortiz is apparently not ready to hang up his gloves. “The fight is signed! Ortiz tweeted on Aug 10, 2021. See below:
So who’s fighting The Huntington Beach Bad Boy? This bit is unclear at the moment, as well as where he is fighting and for what promotion. In addition, it is not certain that Ortiz is participating in an MMA match. Several former UFC champions have recently entered the boxing world.
Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva boxed Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in June and defeated former WBC middleweight champion by split decision. Tyron Woodley, who is a former UFC welterweight champion, is expected to box YouTuber Jake Paul later this month and former UFC light heavyweight champion Vitor Belfort will face off against USA superstar. boxing Oscar De La Hoya in September.
So it’s possible that Ortiz is entertaining a boxing ring. Only time will tell.
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