Forrest Griffin at the UFC 148 Press ConferenceForrest Griffin knows how the fight game works. He knows that he’s worked on his game. He’s put the hours in the gym. He’s game planned. But he also knows that Tito Ortiz has done the same things, and that this is Ortiz’s big moment. He’s stepping into the UFC Hall of Fame and Griffin is his final opponent before retiring.

So despite all the changes that both have made, and no matter how prepared he is, Griffin feels that it’ll be the same Forrest and Tito blasting away at each other in the Octagon come fight night at UFC 148: Silva vs. Sonnen II.

Check out Forrest Griffin’s comments from Thursday’s UFC 148 press conference…



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