Tito Ortiz, Following Tough Loss to Matt Hamill, Talks of Entering a Different Ring
But after suffering a tough loss at UFC 121 in Anaheim, MMA pioneer Ortiz is now hearing talk that he's done--and he's talking himself about doing something completely different . . .
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He said taking a year off hurt him, as did having neck surgery, but he was proud of his effort against Hamill, who the Bad Boy coached in season three of The Ultimate Fighter.
"I've been in this game for 13 years," he said. "I still feel like I have a lot more in me."
Others aren't so sure.