Tito Ortiz is a fighter that has always fed off of emotion and adversity. He heads into his UFC 148 bout with Forrest Griffin with an overflow of emotion. It’s his final fight. He’ll be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame earlier in the day. And when he’s done, this is it, Tito Ortiz is leaving his gloves on the mat, leaving his fighting career behind.

That’s okay, for Ortiz, it’s all just more fuel for the fight.

Check out Tito Ortiz’s interview with the media at Thursday’s UFC 148 open workouts in Las Vegas…



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