Tito Ortiz Talks to MMAWeekly Radio About New Management Company & Responds to Jon Jones


MMAWeekly Radio speaks one-on-one with newly retired UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz about life after the Octagon.

Since his last fight, Ortiz has started his own management company called Primetime 360, where he will update us on his goals as a manager and the work he’s doing with Cris Cyborg Santos and Rob Emerson.

Ortiz will also explain his recent Twitter message to UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.

Listen to the full audio from MMAWeekly Radio’s interview with Tito Ortiz…

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