Tito Ortiz is in the UFC Hall of Fame, but he shouldn't rely on that fact to get back with the promotion. The retired fighter has been talking about coming back to MMA. However, UFC president Dana White was not so keen on the idea.
"Who gives a [expletive]?" White said after Saturday night's UFC on Fox 8 fights. "Does anyone want to see Tito Ortiz in a superfight with who? I mean, Tito's lost every fight that he's had over the last three years or something. He won one fight in the last three years."
Ortiz floated the idea of a comeback over Twitter, but it's clear he's not going to get a fight back in the UFC. He has talked about an opportunity with Bellator, but White is right about Ortiz's lack of success in recent years. He hasn't strung two wins together since 2006.
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