Jenna Jameson: Tito Ortiz beating Alexander Shlemenko at Bellator 120 teaches his sons that cheating is okay

Ethan Miller

Sigh ... a "happy" 2007 seems like just yesterday.

Tito Ortiz resurrected his mixed martial arts (MMA) career last Saturday night (May 17, 2014) with a first-round submission win over Alexander Shlemenko on the main card of the Bellator 120 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which took place inside Landers Center in Southaven, Mississippi (results here).

Not everyone was impressed.

Chief among the detractors was ex-wife Jenna Jameson, who took a couple of potshots at the light heavyweight veteran for beating up a middleweight, as "Storm" agreed to meet "The People's Champion" in his own weight class. The tweet has since been deleted, but this is 2014, so nothing is gone forever (via MMA Fighting):

Sometimes it's easiest to win when you're twice the size... #maybefightrampage #actuallyteachinghissonscheatingisok

For a complete recap of Ortiz vs. Shlemenko click here.

Ortiz and Jameson had an ugly falling out last year, one that unfortunately prompted them to air their dirty laundry in public. Some of the accusations included drug addictionbankruptcy, and mental illness.

The former "Bad Boy" out of Huntington Beach has apparently moved on -- for the better -- but it appears that Jameson, regrettably, has not.

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