Photo of Tito Ortiz (left) and Forrest Griffin squaring off via CombatLifestyle.com.
Get ready to say goodbye to "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy."
Tito Ortiz is all set to put the cap on his legendary mixed martial arts (MMA) career this upcoming July 7, 2012, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, when he completes his trilogy with Forrest Griffin.
These two first went to war at UFC 59: "Reality Check" just under six years ago. The original "Ultimate Fighter" survived a rough first round to come back and even the odds later in the fight, but eventually fell to the longtime veteran via split decision.
But their feud was far from over.
Ortiz gave the best-selling author another chance to dance, and this time Griffin was able to walk away with the split decision victory at UFC 106 in late 2009, thanks to a "cracked skull" Tito suffered in training camp. Now it's time to settle this thing once and for all.
Both fighters are coming off less than stellar outings. Griffin was pasted by Mauricio Rua in their rematch at UFC 134 last August, just a few months before Ortiz got the stuffing beat out of him by Antonio Rogerio Nogueira at UFC 140 in December.
So who has the edge headed into "Sin City" over the holiday weekend? Hear from Dominick Cruz, Anderson Silva, Luke Rockhold, Urijah Faber, Stefan Struve and many more on just who they think will emerge victorious.