Tito Ortiz: Fan Resource Guide by Roger Jackson

Tito Ortiz: Fan Resource Guide

byRoger Jackson

Kobo ebook | May 24, 2013

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 Tito Ortiz: Fan Resource Guide

Jacob Christopher, born January 23, 1975, in Huntington Beach, California. The son of 2 drug-addicted moms and dads, he invested his youth in and out of adolescent hall after various run-ins with the law. "I was craving attention as a children," he admits. The good news is, he discovered a more favorable outlet for his energy when he began wrestling during his sophomore year in senior high school. "I was excellent at it," he says happily. "Wrestling offered me that attention. It conserved me." It also made him a celebrity, as he capped off his senior year with an impressive leading 10 surface at the State Finals.

Tito Ortiz continued battling at Golden West Community College where he became a two-time champ in 1995 and 1996 in the ultra-competitive 190-pound weight class. His capability to manhandle his opponents convinced him he was ready for the big time, and Tito Ortiz decided to test his skills by signing up with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in 1997. His first blended martial arts match came later that year as component of UFC 13 when he beat heavily favored boxer Wes Albittron before losing to seasoned grappler Guy Mezger in case's lightweight last.

 

Martial Arts Background

Ortiz started battling as a sophomore at Huntington Beach High School, where he completed fourth in the state high school champions as a senior. Later, he became a wrestler at both Golden West College (junior university) and later Cal State Bakersfield. He gained 2 California state junior college titles while at Golden West.

MMA Beginnings:

Ortiz made his mixed martial arts launching for no cash at UFC 13, destroying Wes Albritton in an alternate bout via TKO. In his really following contest, he lost to Guy Mezger by first round guillotine choke. From there, Ortiz won 3 directly, including avenging his earlier loss to Mezger by means of first round TKO. After the battle, as used to be popular with him, Ortiz wore a tee shirt that checked out "Gay Mezger is my Bitch". This infuriated Mezger's coach, Ken Shamrock, and functioned as the beginning of their now well-known fight.
Becoming a UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and Star:.

Ortiz lost his next fight to Frank Shamrock by TKO after fatiguing late in the battle. This in fact forced him to become a cardio equipment later on in his job, as he never ever wanted to feel that means in a bout again. When Shamrock got defeated, his belt after their fight, Ortiz passed to beat Wanderlei Silva by choice to become champion. He then defended his belt five times, including once against Ken Shamrock (somebody he would defeat on two even more events as a boxer and when as a coach on TUF 3). Throughout this time, Ortiz became a huge pay per view champion for the organization. But problem lie ahead.

Tito Ortiz vs. Chuck Liddell:

Chuck Liddell at some point became the primary competitor to Ortiz's UFC light heavyweight crown. Nonetheless, Ortiz didn't want to combat him due to the fact that they were buddies, having trained together formerly. Liddell didn't truly view their previous associate as a barrier and desired his shot. This at some point caused the UFC to state an interim title battle in between Randy Couture and Liddell.
At UFC 47, after Ortiz had already lost his belt to Couture at UFC 44, he and Liddell lastly did get it on. Ortiz fell by way of KO. At UFC 66, he when again lost to Liddell, this time by TKO.

Battling Style:

Tito Ortiz is known for two things- excellent fumbling and ground and pound. He takes his opponents down and merely pounds them into oblivion. Though he hasn't already frequently shown it, Ortiz also has solid Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and submission skills. He is likewise a technically sound stand fighter, even if he hasn't revealed much in free throw line of stand power.
In the past, Ortiz showed freakish cardio that enabled him to wear opponents. In his even more recent battles, he's been the one that has seemingly fatigued later on in contests.
Personal Life:

Ortiz was the youngest of four sons born to a Mexican-American father and European-American mom.
Ortiz has a son from his earlier marital relationship to Kristen. He started dating previous adult starlet Jenna Jameson in 2006 after satisfying her on MySpace. On March 16, 2009, Jameson gave birth to their twin boys, Jesse and Journey.

Some Great Tito Ortiz Moments:

Ortiz defeats Ken Shamrock by means of TKO at UFC 40: The UFC as a company was on the return path, trying to burrow their method into mainstream consciousness. Get in a match between Ortiz and Ken Shamrock, two guys that plainly detested one another. Ortiz dominated the former standout MMA boxer, showing those ground and pound abilities he’d become understood for. This cemented Ortiz's position as the most preferred boxer in the sport at the time.

Ortiz defeats Wanderlei Silva by unanimous choice at UFC 25: Here's how this one entered a nutshell: Ortiz took "The Axe Murderer" down at will and pounded away at him. End of story.
Ortiz and his group control Ken Shamrock and his group on TUF 3: The fact that Ortiz outcoached this UFC legend wasn't truly what made Ortiz's team's supremacy noteworthy throughout the TUF 3 telecast. Rather, it was the way he got along with his team and worked for their benefit that did. The guy that everybody considered so selfish from his refusal to fight Chuck Liddell earlier in his job didn't look so selfish any longer.

Ortiz appears on Celebrity Apprentice: When Ortiz appeared on Donald Trump's program, it showed two things. Initially, his celebrity power. 2nd, that MMA had truly come a long means in appeal.

 


 

Title:Tito Ortiz: Fan Resource GuideFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 24, 2013Publisher:P MaldonadoLanguage:English

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