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Video: Alexander Shlemenko calls out Tito Ortiz for Bellator 120 PPV fight on May 17

Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

"Tito Ortiz: You say you want to fight May 17 on Bellator's pay-per-view. I will fight you. I will beat you. Tito, I respect you. But I must beat you because I'm champion. I know that Tito Ortiz is in a different weight class. I know that Tito Ortiz is a light heavyweight. This is no problem for me. Bjorn, make this fight for me because I am champion. I'm the best. I will make a good fight. Fight of the Night."

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz was recently cleared to fight after spending six months on the sidelines with an injured neck. And since fans don't want to see him tangle with fellow ZUFFA import Quinton Jackson (says this guy), Bellator middleweight kingpin Alexander Shlemenko has offered to move up to 205 pounds to welcome "The People's Champion" to the Bellator 120 pay-per-view (PPV) event on May 17, 2014, inside the Landers Center in Southaven, Mississippi. Unfortunately, a showdown against "Storm" could have Bellator head cheese Bjorn Rebney once again worried about potential paralysis.

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