Video: Tito Ortiz Talks UFC 73 And Rashad Evans

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  1. Realwun

    July 3, 2007 at 5:00 am

    He's a good talker and marketer just like Frank Shamrock…also a dick just like Frank Shamrock. It would be cool to see him consider getting EliteXC going after this, his last fight on his current contract.

    If he can't beat Rashaad over there he can make his money, become a big spectacle, and probably whoop ass among their fighters.

  2. steve

    July 3, 2007 at 6:52 am

    Yeah i would love to see him goto Pride if it ever gets back in business because he will never be the champ in the ufc again his stand up isnt good enough and he is not the same fighter i dont he just dont look the same he is scared to get hit and lacks the confidence to be the UFC champ especially with how stacked that division is so he could do alot of things like go to Elite XC or he can go to ICON or Bodog which I dont think is that good but it is an option the money is right and that is all tito cares about is the money.

  3. monte

    July 3, 2007 at 8:20 am

    tito isn't the same fighter he was,he's to cocky

    he's a midgrade fighter.rashad has a 75% chance to

    tito is through.rashad will win!

  4. dave

    July 3, 2007 at 9:11 am

    ok well here it is Tito may not be the same fighter but he is still a high lvl fighter with some serious skills he beats rashad who in my opinion is a b lvl fighter who cant get the job done and wont get the job done against Tito or any other a-list fighter so i pick TIto

  5. dave

    July 3, 2007 at 9:14 am

    sh!t lol computer fu*ked up sorry like i said I pick Tito by TKO Rd 2 and if he dont finish it it will go to him in a Dec. beause I dont think Rashad can finish Tito. Tito is one of thever best at surviving fights he can protect very well and that will be the reason he will win is experience and skill.

  6. Realwun

    July 3, 2007 at 4:02 pm

    Tito is still tough and smart as hell when it comes to the sport. But Rashaad is no B level fighter I can guarantee that. He is probably one of the most talented newcomers out there. He is in the right camp to get his ground game up to a high level (Jacksons) and he gets plenty of good sparing sessions both there, and FIT, also in Albuquerque.

    Rashaad is my favorite in this one because Tito has not show anything lately, beating up on Ken Shamrock. He almost lost to Forrest.

    Greg Jackson is smart and the know that Tito does not like exchanging on the feet after eats a good hit, he will automatically try to take it to the ground. They also know that what Tito has shown lately is that he comes at you with a barrage and in the later rounds, fades.

    I'll be suprised if Rashaad knocks Tito out, but not suprised if he takes the decision.

  7. Kash

    July 3, 2007 at 4:27 pm

    Titos arrogance is his downfall. The reason he isn't doing well is because he is letting the game pass him by.

    He doesn't bother learning new things, he's happy doing the same stuff he was probably doing 5 years ago. he is great, but what happends when you don't keep up with the art and when you don't allow yourself to spar and train with other camps for fighters…you get passed by.

    On the upside for him, his arrogance will keep him working and getting paid. Keep people interested in his fights.

  8. TONY

    July 5, 2007 at 7:50 am

    Just want to say that this is going to be an awesome fight. You won't want to miss out on this one..

  9. Tony's Sports B

    July 5, 2007 at 7:52 am

    If you are in Atlanta you need to watch the UFC fight at TONY's Sports Bar & Grill at 8610 Roswell Road. Sandy Springs Georgia 30350 770-552-2233… SEE U THERE..

  10. eleet34

    July 5, 2007 at 2:43 pm

    Sounds good, if I'm ever in that area I'll check it out.

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