50 Inspirational Tito Ortiz Quotes

As an all-time great and legend of the sport, Tito Ortiz had a lot to say.

Tito Ortiz is a very famous Mixed Martial Artist who was born in New Jersey.

Ortiz has spent many years in the world of MMA. He was a pioneer in the sport in the US. He was the first to ever perform UFC-style BJJ in the US. He was also the first to promote an MMA fight with UFC-style rules.

His first UFC match comes at UFC 13 against Johnnie Jackson. He had a good performance on that fight, winning the first round, with punches, and with some jabs, he also won by unanimous decision.

There were some great quotes by Tito Ortiz from the top athletes of the world.

50 Inspirational Tito Ortiz Quotes

Fighting is not my livelihood, but being an ambassador for the UFC is. What was meant to be an amazing moment in my career was the beginning of the end. I can’t help but think that my contract renewal was just another way for the company to keep me quiet.

Tito Ortiz said he had troubles during his youth. It seemed like he was always getting in trouble in summer, going to juvenile hall.

In his day, there were many things that would make a difference. He could beat anyone that came before him, as long as his feet were on the ground and he was well rested.

Tito Ortiz wants everyone to believe in themselves and people to believe in Tito.

It’s easy to see the love they have for you. Ortiz’s workman-like approach to business is very much appreciated and he isn’t afraid to give credit to the fans who support his work. He’s also very accessible in person and on social media, something that few fighters are willing to embrace.

As a result of his two wins at UFC 87, Tito Ortiz became the UFC light heavyweight champion.

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Tito Ortiz thinks that he’s one of the greatest fighters in the world. He also thinks that the UFC is the greatest MMA federation in the world.

Tito Ortiz said, his number one goal was to be the best UFC fighter who ever competed. He thinks he might be able to hold hands with many who can stake that claim.

Ortiz called out “The Hitman” for using his head instead of his fists.

I don’t know if this is accurate. I don’t know if we can put the word dominate in a conversation on MMA. Maybe dominating would be a better word.

Tito Ortiz has no respect for the former UFC light heavyweight champion/ current Bellator MMA fighter, Chuck Liddell.

Ortiz says he “loves” his legacy as a fighter, and that he feels he’s a great ambassador for mixed martial arts. Ortiz is a real fighter’s fighter and was instrumental in getting UFC’s big money sponsors on board.

“I’m really into sports, I love them. I love boxing, I love MMA, I love wrestling. Anything really with good athletes and I like anything that relates to real life, so that’s why I’m in this business.” – Tito Ortiz.

Tito Ortiz said that he wants to be remembered as a fighter with integrity. Tito Ortiz said that he would like the fans to respect him because he wanted to push the envelope for the fighters.

Tito Ortiz is a fighter who has a lot of respect and a lot of love for the sport of mixed martial arts. He is a student who is ready to fight for what he believes in, and for what he loves.

As a professional athlete, “I’ve been through every surgery that any athlete has ever been through.” He didn’t disclose any kind of surgical procedure he received; whether a successful operation or a failed one.

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17. “If I wanted to do a fixed fight, I’d be doing WWE.” – Tito Ortiz

[6]: I’ve been getting a lot of questions about The Rock and the WWE. I’d like to make a few things clear.

Tito Ortiz hates not only himself, but his surgeries as well.

The former UFC light heavyweight champion wants to work in television because he feels that’s the direction the UFC is moving. Ortiz said he needs to sell more fights to the American public. And he can’t do that in the UFC.

The fight that fans wanted to see has come and gone. And Chuck Liddell will be taking the rematch that Ortiz has been dying to fight for the last two years. Not that Ortiz is complaining about it.

Ortiz was a UFC hall of famer and the greatest light heavyweight of all time. He was an icon who helped build the UFC. When he stepped into the cage, he fought with his heart on his sleeve and nothing else.

Tito Ortiz was talking about what kind of opponent should get his next title shot: an old school boxer (Roy Jones) or a big puncher in the UFC. He said he would much rather fight a striker, somebody in the UFC who is well-rounded.

You can’t be a champion and think you are a champion. You can’t think you are a champion and act like a champion.

Tito Ortiz’s retirement is nothing to play with. The UFC legend is not going to have a boring retirement or a retirement that’s similar to the other retirements. He’s going to be an entertaining retirement and he’s going to be a retirement that has more meaning than the other retirements.

Tito Ortiz was hoping to beat Jones’s record of five defenses of the UFC Lightweight Championship. Ortiz held the record at the time, having successfully defended his title five times in his first five title fights.

Tito Ortiz is very thankful to Bellator. He is also very thankful to the UFC fans. He said he wanted to thank them for their support and he said he wanted to thank them for the love.

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Ortiz is a man of few words. I’m sure if he were asked to give an extensive interview, he’d give one of those “it’s all on me” speeches. In this case, he’s talking about poverty, and not having enough money. He wants a different opportunity for his children. I believe that he wants to be a good role model for his children.

In life, you need to love yourself so that you can love others without them hating you. There are so many people who hate themselves, and they have to change in order to become better persons.

 In case you forgot, Tito Ortiz was the UFC champion and only champion that has ever won a UFC title without ever having held the UFC belt. When it comes to making a UFC title run, anything is possible.

“I fought for over 15 years and had never had any issues with my back. I had two discs and two bone spurs that were pressing on my spinal cord and was in constant pain.” – Tito Ortiz was talking about his back.

In 2006, Tito Ortiz had a knee surgery in late 2006 and was forced to retire from MMA. He made his comeback to MMA in 2012 at Bellator 43.

Ortiz has always said that he isn’t above anyone else in the sport, he just goes in there and does his own thing.

I am always in a position to be able to fight any man in the sport. And I’m in that position. So I can take someone else’s money if I want.

“I am like a snake, I can squeeze you like one.”

Tito Ortiz is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Light Heavyweight Category. He also known as The Huntington Beach Bad Boy, Tito Ortiz has been competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship since 2000.

Tito Ortiz is a professional mixed martial artist and one of the most successful mixed martial artists of all time. He is the former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion twice. Ortiz is an outspoken businessman and has invested in land and real estate in the past.

He’s an entertaining, engaging, charismatic personality who’s fun to watch in the ring. He’s a great fighter and always a welcome, entertaining addition to an event.

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It may have started long ago, but if there is a champion in mixed martial arts, it is Ortiz. He has fought for the title in almost every weight class. He has done it his way and has earned success and respect in the process.

Tito Ortiz says the best feeling in the world is when you’re staring at your opponent and all of your other stuff goes away. He’s saying the best time is when you’re facing your competition. The best feeling is when they’re looking at you, not looking at their computer.

The reason for the stress and pressure is because of the lifestyle. Fighters aren’t always able to relax and have a good life after winning and finishing fights. They are usually under a lot of stress and pressure from fighting and not enough time to spend with their families.

“That one percent ain’t nothing compared to what they make on merchandising, on pay-per-view, and everything else they make around the world.” I didn’t think anyone knew that, and I don’t either, not about the merchandising part.

Tito Ortiz fought “top contenders” and won, despite his age. He is a veteran, and is a highly respected veteran in combat sports.

After he cheated on Kristin, he thought he was untouchable. He thought he could have anyone he wanted. That’s not true.

After his surgery, Tito had to recover from the effects of the surgery. He was very sick and the doctors said they could not get the stitches out without risking more problems. The doctor that did the surgery was not a plastic surgeon. Tito was in a lot of pain and he needed to get well. When he was finally able to see the doctor again, he gave him the “you did a great job” speech.

Ortiz was the most dominant fighter of all time, winning his last fight, against Ken Shamrock, without getting knocked out.

I have always been a huge fan of wrestling and wrestling legend Hulk Hogan is considered to be one of my heroes.

Tito Ortiz had a brief return to the UFC two years ago following his retirement in 2005. Ortiz was a fan favorite and had a strong wrestling background, but his last fight ended badly as he was knocked out by Chuck Liddell. Before that, he had been knocked out in a WEC fight in Las Vegas by a fighter named Jens Pulver. Ortiz says he’s not struggling to get back to the top. He says he’s doing very well in the UFC and believes he’s only a year or two away from a title shot, and by the time he’s 30, he’ll be ready for what’s next.

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Ortiz said he’s “kind of like a virus” that won’t go away. What he meant was that he won’t let himself go away. I imagine Ortiz’s trainer thought he was saying he was a virus that could not be cured. But no, he was being an asshole.

As long as we’re on the subject, I also think that the UFC has gone overboard with signing fighters who never had a real shot in the world. I don’t think they’ve been very good at judging talent or matchmaking, and I’m not sure that a lot of the stars they’ve thrown out there have been stars at all. I also think that a lot of the times that they’ve picked fights for fights, they’ve been trying to make the matchups just to make the other guy look good, rather than looking at the best matchups and fighters for the best matches. Just my opinion, but I’m guessing that a lot of people would agree with me.

You have to be negative in order to get better, so if all you need to do is say negative things, then go right ahead – you will feel positive.

I’m not sure I understand the question. Who else has been trying to make his name off of me this whole time? If anyone has made their name off of mine, I would like to know why.


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