July 30, 2008 at 2:09 am
What a shock, he speaks in the third person…
July 30, 2008 at 4:01 am
tito is a badass fighter and smart.. i hope he fights frank that would be a badass fight
July 30, 2008 at 5:25 am
Tom… Tito's a jackass man. Wake up. Tito's not making a huge step for the fighters cause no1 will pay him with what he thinks he's worth. You know why? Cause he can't win anymore, the sport has passed him by. He's not too old, he just hasn't adapted his game and it shows! I totally agree that MMA fighter are way underpaid but Tito isn't setting any trends.
I also love how he thinks he'll beat down Babalu. He said the same thing about his last few opponents. Another Tito quote, "I'm gonna do for MMA what Ali did for boxing". lol If you can't laugh at that then you must not know where Tito truly stands now days in MMA. Ali didn't lose to so, so fighters like Tito does. Ali and Tito are nothin alike. Tito is not the best, he never would have even been champ back in the day if he wouldn't have ducked Liddell! Ali didn't duck anybody. I used to be a Tito fan but he lost me by running his mouth and not backin it up in the cage, plus he still runs his mouth.
July 30, 2008 at 6:11 am
Exactly what I was thinking guys. I might actually like Tito if he didn't take himself so f'n serious. All I know is that when Mike Tyson started speaking about himself in the third, he wasn't the same in boxing.
July 30, 2008 at 10:51 am
He rambles a lot too about things the reporter with the big nose didn't even ask. If you're talking about Frank Shamrock, he already did fight him. In the end it came down to conditioning. Tito basically gave up from exhaustion.
July 30, 2008 at 5:19 pm
since when did chuck, couture and lyoto become so so fighters? just wondering
August 1, 2008 at 1:43 am
I really like Tito as a fighter but I agree, his fighting style has not evolved with the sport. He's young enough to still be a threat but he just hasn't adapted. In my personal opinion I think that Frank shamrock is under-rated right now simply because of the organization he fights for. I think that he has completly evolved as a fighter. Frank could possibly knock tito on his ass.
August 9, 2008 at 2:53 am
Tito is still a good fighter, but it's his character that's selling…MMA will continue to be looked at as barbaric and underground unless we have more outspoken trash talkin cats like Ortiz. some of his stuff is funny, some A-holish, but either way, it's entertaining. And, fighters need to live well for getting beat up for our entertainment too!
August 9, 2008 at 3:30 am
Im with dane who in the hell said that couture and liddell were so so fighters wow. Chuck if he is on then he is still the most intimadateing 205 in the world and coututre is up their in age but still a much better fighter then so so.
August 9, 2008 at 3:33 am
Im no Tito fan but theirs no shame in losing to guys like Couture and Liddell and i think that he could have beaten Michida but Michida was a Bit** and did the hole hit a run rutine i hate that guys style boaring as hell.
August 9, 2008 at 3:43 am
Wow man i just seen the video with tito talking about money and hes complaining about makeing a million bucks for punching people in the face wow. Maybe Chuck hit this dude harder then we think because theirs something wrong with that man in the head.
August 9, 2008 at 4:07 am
I agree with a lot of the comments… so far the 205 division in the UFC is totally different today compared to when Tito was the Champ…
Although I quite like him his fight style has not evolved and now he's probably not even top 20 in the world…
Below in no Particlar order are 20 other fights better
1.Chuck – Obviously
2.Rampage – Obviously
3.Wandi – Tito has a W over him but he'd lose today
4.Macida -Like his style or not – He made tito look rubbish
5.Thiago Silva – All round better skill set
6.Griffin – Forrest won that fight (really)
7.Henderson (at 205) – Better Wrester & Strker!
8.Shogun – He'll be back!
9.Vera (at 205)
10.Anderson Silva (at 205) – Obviously
12.Alistair Overeem (at 205)
13.Couture – if he fought at 205 again
14.Babalu – We'll soon see hopefully
15.Franklin (at 205)
16.Hamill – the same but stronger & more hungry
17.Arona – Where is he just now??
18.Jardine – on a good day
19.Bonner – on a good day
20.Evans – Well, tito seemed scared of the re-match!
Probably forgotten a few others too!
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