They're at it again, ladies and sirs.
The UFC continues to experiment with non-traditional fight promotion. In regards to the upcoming UFC 133: "Evans vs. Ortiz 2" event on Aug. 6 in Philadelphia, they're letting both guys duke it out with words before they do so with fists.
Part two is after the jump and features a longer segment with more of the same trash talk. Just be on the lookout for a hilarious ending sequence, in which Tito hits a home run with his go-away line. And in case you can't watch videos, transcription is included (though it doesn't do it justice).
Evans -- "I'm going to be honest. I don't think Tito Ortiz is on that level. I don't think Tito Ortiz got what it takes to get it done."
Ortiz -- "Ryan Bader said the same thing and we'll see on Aug. 6."
Evans -- "Well, guess what? I'm not Ryan Bader. I'm not Ryan Bader."
Ortiz -- "I put in my work. I've always been at the level. All the last five losses that Rashad said I haven't won in five years. The last five losses I've had were against top competitors, guys that went on to win the world title. I'm fighting the top level guys, I'm not fighting no second rate chumps. And I'm not getting knocked out (and) I'm not getting dominated, so what makes you think that I'm going to get dominated by Rashad? Ain't gonna happen. Let me tell you: hopefully Rashad thinks I should be retired and so forth, you know what, dog? It's cool. Because, you know what? You're going to have a fight on your hands. And you're fighting someone who is very dangerous. And I'm going to put it on you. Don't be surprised."
Evans -- "Tito, I can't wait. I can't wait, I want to fight. I want you to put it on me. I want you to try your best to put it on me. Cause that's the only way I want it. If you don't give me everything you've got, I'm going to be pissed off."
Ortiz -- "That's what she said."