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Josh Koscheck willing to bet 100k of his own money that he can beat Tito's ass

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Josh Kocheck attempts to tweet his way into a grudge match against Tito Ortiz after "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" made fun of "The Hammer" for losing to Randy Couture at UFC 109: "Relentless" last Saturday night.

The AKA standout is on track to battle Paul "Semtex" Daley at UFC 113 to try and quell the British uprising in the 170-pound division but has no problem moving up two weight classes to deliver some Pennsylvania justice after Ortiz fights Chuck Liddell in June.

Anyone think "Kos" has a chance at the heavier weight?

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