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Quick Quote: Tito Ortiz is nowhere near retiring from MMA
“I’m not even close to the end of my career. The decision lies in Dana’s hands, but I’ve gone through some surgeries that people don’t come back (from). I feel great. Besides my face being a little sore, I feel fine. I need to get back to wrestling. I need to get back to my roots.” –Las Vegas Sun
It looks like the Huntington Beach Bad Boy is not done yet. Well, according to him at least. Ortiz lost his third consecutive fight in the UFC, winning for the last time on October 10th 2006, against the arch nemesis Ken Shamrock. UFC President Dana White hinted during a UFC 121 post-fight interview that Tito Ortiz‘s future in the promotion is under question: “I don’t know what it is, I think it’s four in a row, and we know what happens when you lose four in a row in the UFC. This is the big leagues”. So what do you think LowKick’ers, what should be next for Tito Ortiz?