Pics: See photos of Tito Ortiz's wrecked Porsche following arrest for suspicion of DUI


A little Bondo plus a coat of paint and the "Bad Boy" should be back in business. Now, about that DUI...

The damage is not that bad, all things considered.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) hall of famer and current Bellator attraction Tito Ortiz is still picking up the pieces -- literally -- after being arrested for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) back on Jan. 6, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

See how it all transpired here.

"The People's Champion" crashed his 2012 Porsche Panamera into a concrete median, which prompted first responders to administer a breathalyzer, eventually leading to his arrest after Ortiz blew a .12 -- more than .04 the legal limit in California.

Here's another look at the damage to his car.


Photos courtesy of TMZ.

Ortiz was subsequently released on his own recognizance after a long night of partying at the BCS football bash inside the Playboy Mansion. He is due back in court in the next few weeks and the former "Bad Boy" has yet to comment on his run-in with the law.

Nor has Bellator.

After pulling out of his fight against "Rampage" Jackson back in November due to a bum neck (details), the promotion has been tight-lipped on when mixed martial arts (MMA) fans might see Ortiz back inside the cage. While no timetable has been established, this latest gaffe will likely do him no favors in expediting the process.

It will, however, add more fuel to this fire.

Stay tuned to for more details on this developing story, as they become available.

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