Dana White Reveals Tito Ortiz Next Inductee into UFC Hall of Fame (Video)


Tito Ortiz at UFC 132MMAWeekly.com spoke with UFC president Dana White following Tuesday’s UFC 150 press conference in Denver. He broke the news to us that Tito Ortiz will in fact be the next UFC Hall of Fame inductee. He will go into the hall at the UFC Fan Expo, just before he faces Forrest Griffin for a third time at UFC 148 on July 7.

“He’s definitely a part of the history of the sport,” stated White.

Ortiz has stated that the fight with Griffin will be his last; that he will retire after the fight.

Check out MMAWeekly.com’s exclusive interview with Dana White…




 

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