Tito Ortiz is out of retirement and getting ready for a fight with Quinton "Rampage" Jackson in Bellator in November. But he apparently doesn't need the training camp he owns in Big Bear, Calif., because it's hit the market. You can own it for a cool $1.79 million.
Ortiz bought it from boxing great Oscar de la Hoya in 2007. It's a log cabin-style that consists of two buildings and features an octagon, a hot tub, a steam shower, five bedrooms, six baths, and a super-cool Ortiz mural.
It could be the dream home for a fighter looking for a training home. On the other hand, Ortiz is 1-6-1 since buying the place. With that kind of luck, it might not be a great place for a training camp.
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