Sexy as F
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Tyne and Wear, UK
I'm going to agree with ColdCall on this one.
I'm a fan of Tito, and think he's a good fighter.
But the first time when the match with Chuck Liddell was suggested, he started making excuses up, like ''Me and Chuck aren't going to fight, we're friends!''
When Liddell pointed out that these statements weren't true, and him and Ortiz weren't actually close friends, everyone could see that Ortiz was trying to duck a fight with Liddell, wanting to keep hold of his Light-Heavyweight Championship belt.
Then, all of a sudden, Chuck starts losing fights, and makes a sensible decision to retire instead of keep on fighting as a B-Level fighter, like Sakuraba.
When Ortiz sees this, he acts like he's always wanted a rematch with Chuck, saying it was too bad he had retired, he would have liked to fight him again.
Ortiz is way younger than Chuck, and would obviously hae an advantage now, since Ortiz is still a pretty good fighter (although he has not won a single fight since 2006, whether this is because he was inactive, I do not know).
My point is, you don't duck a fighter when he is in his prime, and then call him out when he is at his lowest point in his career.
By the way, for the people who are misunderstanding ColdCall, and making up statements, use the quote system, and try to discuss what he's said in his actual post.
I'm not trying to have a go at anyone (except you Villian, calling ColdCall a troll when he is a divisional Moderator, he has that spot for a reason), I'm just trying to express my opinion.
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