Tito Ortiz is 2-0 since his home life became good. This much we know. He’s become born again under the Bellator lights, defeating Stephan Bonnar and then stopping Shlemenko easily. The common denominator is that Tito’s home life is no longer dragged down by Jenna Jameson. Tito has a good home life.
Like Sea Level Cain, TRT Hendo, Prime Fedor and so many others. Tito will likely beat Liam McGeary and we will know why.
“I see a lot of holes in his game. He’s great in standup, great on the ground. Do I do the jiu-jitsu game? Do I do the standup game? On Sept. 19, we’re going to find out. I’m going to be the world champion. I know I’m gong to be the champion. I’ve already set it in my mind as a self-fulfilling prophecy. That’s why I wanted this fight.
“I’m ready. My minds right. My body’s right. I’m focused. Everything at home is perfect. When my mind’s right and everything at home is perfect, I’m a dangerous 205 pounder.
“At one time I was the best 205 pounder in the world. I went through a lot of things in a relationship over the last eight, nine years, and now it’s finally behind me. I’m happy. And I’m hungry. And I want a world title. And the way to do that is to beat Liam McGeary on Sept. 19.
“I have six UFC title in office. Actually, I just cleared a spot for a Bellator world title. That’s my goal. I tell my kids, ‘Dad’s going to be a champion again.’
“I put in the work. You just gotta put in the work. And that’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to get my hand raised on Sept. 19. People are going to think ‘God, that’s an amazing feat he just did.’ Everybody loves a comeback story. I’m a comeback story.”
“I’m here to prove my fans right. The one’s who’ve had my back. Who’ve been on Twitter saying ‘get Tito the fight, get Tito the fight.’ Throughout all this time it’s hashtag #ORTIZCHAMP2015. I’m going to make that happen.”