Originally Posted by vandalian
He's obviously still the same jackass he always was, cut from the same any-publicity-is-good-publicity cloth that has given us hellspawn such as Paris Hilton and Spencer Pratt, who stay famous by doing stupid shit instead of contributing something to society.
Who the **** is Spencer Pratt? Wait...then again, don't tell me.
Tito has always had a cannon of verbal diarrhea as a mouth and I never expected that to change now that he's back. He continues to put himself over in a ridiculous way because of (as vandalian put it) the any-publicity-is-good-publicity mindset. The only thing he has on Machida is that "he ran away" and "I put him in the most danger in his whole career."
Serious Tito? I think Antonio Inoki's triple slap on Machida was more dangerous than your desperation triangle attempt. Did it catch Lyoto off guard? Yes, but that doesn't mean it would have ever threatened to end the fight.
Tito can't honestly believe half of the things he says, nobody with any kind of fight knowledge could. He is a showman. He plays the character "Tito Ortiz" like Stephen Colbert plays the character "Stephen Colbert."
Don't take Tito seriously when he has a microphone in front of him.