Tito Ortiz may sign with EliteXC after UFC contract expires


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Tito Ortiz recently made a post on the Underground Forums at MMA.tv about EliteXC’s deal with CBS that was announced late last week. Ortiz made a comment that everyone kind of expected because of his relationship with UFC President Dana White, “finally Dana is shown for who he really is!!” There is a lot of talk about Ortiz signing with EliteXC after his next fight with Lyoto Machida at UFC 84: Ill Will. view original article >>

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