Rich Franklin is Done at Middleweight; Still Hopes to Make Title Run at 205


While Rich Franklin is a former middleweight champion, the UFC is not interested in the Cincinnati native returning to his former weight class, so his focus is solely on the light heavyweight division.

Despite a setback in his fight with Forrest Griffin, Franklin is ready to get back to business at UFC 133, while also discussing the constant question about a fight with Tito Ortiz.

Check out this exclusive MMAWeekly.com one-on-one interview with Rich Franklin…

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