Tito Ortiz was a recent guest on AXS TV’s (formerly HDNet) Inside MMA and wasn’t at all pleased that fighters – like Forrest Griffin, whom he just fought in his retirement fight – are allowed to use testosterone replacement therapy while competing.
Tito sees it as sending the wrong message to the youth watching MMA and is none too pleased that it is happening.
Check out this clip from Tito Ortiz’s interview with Inside MMA…
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