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Tito Ortiz says something was ‘fishy’ in his UFC 148 fight, insinuates Dana White knew it was a work

Tito Ortiz says something was ‘fishy’ in his UFC 148 fight, insinuates Dana White knew it was a work

I’ve said everything I possibly could about Tito Ortiz on MiddleEasy throughout the years. There is no new information from my brain that can be obtained from reading this. I could show you the video of a cat playing a piano, but then you will wonder what was going on in the mind of the guy that filmed it. I would prefer that you keep your personal inquiries focused on me — and not that guy. Sure he made a cool video, but can he defeat Metroid while standing on his head? If he can’t, it’s cool because that game is impossible. The impossibility rises when your entire universe is inverted and the blood is rushing to your head. Trying to play Metroid while standing on your head is just under the difficulty level of ‘curing the common cold’ or watching ‘America’s Next Top Model’ without yelling ‘Tyra Mail!’ when someone sends you a message on Twitter.

Tito Ortiz has never beat Metroid, but he has held the UFC light heavyweight belt on multiple occasions — which is also congruent accomplishment. In this video from Germany’s GroundandPound TV, Tito Ortiz says he still believes he won his last fight against Forrest Griffin at UFC 148, and also states that something was ‘fishy’ with the match — and even insinuates Dana White knew it was a work.

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