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Old 11-22-2009, 01:35 PM   #11
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

Was just listening to the post fight press conference. Tito said he was able to squat 5 x 20 reps of 235lbs. Always wondered about the strength of these guys so that is a pretty good benchmark.
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Old 11-22-2009, 07:45 PM   #12
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

Did I hear one of the judges score the fight 30/27 Ortiz? I find that insane.
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Old 11-23-2009, 12:26 AM   #13
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

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Did I hear one of the judges score the fight 30/27 Ortiz? I find that insane.
No.

From Sherdog:

Official scores:
Glenn Trowbridge: 29-28 Ortiz
Lester Griffin: 30-27 Griffin
Marcos Rosales: 29-28 Griffin
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Old 11-23-2009, 09:16 AM   #14
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

So after the fight, Ortiz could not help but go through a laundry list of his injuries. It made him look whinny and amateurish. He is still a punk.

I was totally impressed with Amir Sadollah. Congrats to him.
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Old 11-23-2009, 12:00 PM   #15
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So after the fight, Ortiz could not help but go through a laundry list of his injuries. It made him look whinny and amateurish. He is still a punk.

I was totally impressed with Amir Sadollah. Congrats to him.
Amir is great. He looks like such a wuss, but he is tough as nails and very skilled. He got screwed in his last fight that was called a knock-out, but clearly was not...I'd like to see Koscheck/Johnson again, Koscheck played a lot of games in that fight and I think Johnson would knock him out in a second fight. Regardless, Koscheck would still get his a** kicked by GSP if they ever fight again.
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Old 11-23-2009, 12:06 PM   #16
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

Tito always throws injuries out there. He pulls that "But that's not an excuse" BS.
"Oh you know, my leg was broken in 10 places and I may be parapalegic, but that's not an excuse!"
Basically he tries to act like this great guy that's not making excuses, but he throws them out there anyway so they're in your head.

I find it kind of funny that all we heard before the fight was that Tito was finally 100% and that Tito had finally been able to train correctly. Then after he loses we hear the exact reverse of that.
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Old 11-23-2009, 01:12 PM   #17
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

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Tito always throws injuries out there. He pulls that "But that's not an excuse" BS.
"Oh you know, my leg was broken in 10 places and I may be parapalegic, but that's not an excuse!"
Basically he tries to act like this great guy that's not making excuses, but he throws them out there anyway so they're in your head.

I find it kind of funny that all we heard before the fight was that Tito was finally 100% and that Tito had finally been able to train correctly. Then after he loses we hear the exact reverse of that.
Humble - he is not.
Always quick with excuses, and very slow (if ever) to praise the dude that just handed him his A$$. Same thing after every loss.

PS: I don't want to brag, but I did call the win by Forrest by majority decision!
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Old 11-23-2009, 01:47 PM   #18
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PS: I don't want to brag, but I did call the win by Forrest by majority decision!
Yeah Sean, I did too. To me it was a given, as Tito is the most obsolete fighter in the UFC, but it's a tough guy to finish, and Forrest lack the power to do it.

It's incredible that the initial purse to each was $100.00 for Griffin and $250.00 for Ortiz ! That's outrageous!

Tito continue to do what he does best: TALK!!! He had everyone fooled that he was coming in great shape, which didn't matter even if it was true because his fighting skills are HIGHLY limited, as they have always been. Long are the days though when they were enough to win him titles. Tito is a dinosaur in the octagon headed for extinction.

Dana must be out of his mind if he schedules a third meet between these two. I don't know who in their right mind would sit down to watch those two fight again!!! I wouldn't be surprised though, after all the UFC hyper machine did a fantastic job promoting this s#!!!y match up as main event worth.

Tito talks instead of fight to make money, that's nothing new, but this time around he must have been delusional after the fight. He wanted "fight of the night", even though he didn't throw anything the ENTIRE third round . Man, what a fool... . His arrogance is offensive to any intelligent fan of the sport.

And to think that he is only back in the UFC so Stikeforce wouldn't sign him. What a pathetic athlete...

His time will come soon when someone will smash him again... then we will see what kind of lame excuses he got...
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Old 11-23-2009, 02:31 PM   #19
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Re: UFC 106 ORTIZ vs GRIFFIN 2

I cant believe the ufc would let tito fight with a fractured skull.
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Old 11-23-2009, 02:36 PM   #20
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I cant believe the ufc would let tito fight with a fractured skull.
They wouldn't - and he wouldn't be cleared by the docs to fight under any jurisdiction's athletic commission. The potential for liability would be catastrophic.
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