Tito Ortiz Officially Retires

After Chuck Liddell would stop him in their first two fights, Tito Ortiz got revenge by knocking Liddell out in the first round on Saturday night.

With that win, Ortiz has decided to go out on his own terms telling reporters, “I’m done… There is nobody left I want to fight. I just want to continue to help the sports grow as a promoter. I want to help give back to the fighters.”

Ortiz walks away from MMA with a 20-12-1 record, including a then record five UFC light heavyweight title defenses between April 2000 and September 2003.

Quotes Via BJ Penn

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