Ortiz headed to UFC Hall of Fame
The next time Tito Ortiz steps into the Octagon will be his last, and Ultimate Fighting Championship president Dana White is prepared to recognize the accomplishments and the career of the former UFC light heavyweight champion.
At a press conference for UFC 150 in Denver, Colorado, White explained how the storyline between Chuck Liddell, Ortiz, and himself was a part of the history of the promotion.
Ortiz earned the light heavyweight title back at UFC 25 and would go on to defend the belt five times before losing the championship to Couture at UFC 44.
He would fight for the belt on one other occasion, but never would again hold the title of 205 lb. champion of the UFC.
As previously mentioned, Ortiz meets Griffin at UFC 148 on July 7 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. They have fought on two prior occasions and are find their series even at 1-1.