Props: Edmonton Sun
"When I lost to Chuck Liddell I took a step down. When I fought Rashad (Evans) I thought I won the fight. It was supposed to happen again, but it ain't happening. I looked at a thing on UFC.tv and it said the lightheavyweights are Rashad vs (Michael) Bisbing and there were others that were contenders, but my picture wasn't on it. They are just trying to hold on and make sure the fighters don't get more powerful. I am going to work to get the right fights and that belt will be around my waist."
While in Edmonton, Canada, former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz discusses his intentions for the future. "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" was supposed to headline the the upcoming UFC 78: "Validation" card on November 17; however, talks broke down and Michael Bisping filled his spot against "Sugar." Ortiz has one fight remaining on his current UFC contract.