Mayweather vs Ortiz post fight video: Tito Ortiz unleashes 'Tito-isms' on Victor Ortiz

Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Tito Ortiz, who somehow worked his way onto the microphone at the post-fight press conference following the Floyd Mayweather vs. Victor Ortiz fight on Sept. 17 in Las Vegas, unleashed a series of "Tito-isms" on the unsuspecting pugilist (skip to 10:02).

A transcription of their conversation, courtesy of Cage Potato, after the jump.


Tito Ortiz: Victor, Tito Ortiz.

Victor Ortiz: What’s up, bro?

Tito Ortiz: What’s up, man. Hey, good fight.

Victor Ortiz: Thank you.

Tito Ortiz: What would you do next time, differently than for this fight? I saw little small mistakes with you backing up and not really throwing punches off it. I think you would have done better throwin’ better shots. What would you do for the next fight to showcase your skills a lot better?

Victor Ortiz: You know, every fight has its game plan. I was just listening to the corner, simply. Whatever they said, I was just executing little by little, you know? I’ll be fine.

Tito Ortiz: You did a great job, man. Decent job.

Victor Ortiz: Thank you, brother.

"The Huntington Beach Bad Boy," when not moonlighting as a boxing journalist, can be seen training for his upcoming fight against Antonio Rogerio Nogueira at UFC 140 on Dec. 10 in Canada.

More on that here.

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