Tito Ortiz has a message to Dana White: It's not about you.
After White was destined for fighting Ortiz trilogy with Chuck Liddell, "The Bad Beach Beach Huntington" has taken to Twitter to defend its offer recently (via Instagram).
Ortiz and Golden Boy's champion Oscar De La Hoya made compensation a central part of the campaign for the fight last Saturday, which ended with the start of a first round for Ortiz.
Gwyn came back according to De La Hoya's opinion that the UFC president should not tell a retired fighter, telling the retired boxer, "You're called friendship, you are (expletive) cokehead."
Gwyn went on to force Ortiz, who was once half of his client's list as a fighting manager before taking the UFC reign. Target once again, again, both had fought almost in the world of show before turning things up and falling again.
"Tito said," Hei, you want to be paid, come back to Golden MMA Golden, & # 39; " says White. "Do you stop me? Hey, my brother, is waiting a few months until this thing goes out. Everyone will ask everyone in a few months. There was no money left; to do over. "
At a Monday interview with MMAjunkie, Ortiz estimated that this Saturday incident had already reached 200,000 phased pays. Although real purchases can take weeks to draw, it was optimistic.
With 400 texts and 600 calls lost on his phone, he said, he was more interested than anyone to fight under the Bellator banner.
"Because of the hate I got, and of course, the support I got," he said. "This is more than I've ever had when I fought with Chael (Sonnen), and we made crazy numbers on free TV with Chael. When I fought with Stephan Bonnar, it's four feet off; those men. "
"I do not say we even cut 500,000," he added. "But we're close to that, we will be very happy."
Ortiz said his career full-time career continues to fight with Liddell at UFC 66, and said he was pushing a payday day of $ 2.9 million. But that was under a different revenue sharing agreement; under Golden Boy, he said he will share a paid payout with Liddell.
"It would be pretty close (for my best pay day)," said Ortiz. "For the earned pay earned, if we could make 1.3 million purchases, he would be home away from the park forever.
"I'm very grateful at the end of the day I was there to perform the way I was doing and I could close Chuck up and close all the fans up I was able to separate in glory for the rest of my life, because I've always wanted that redemption fight. I have always wanted to have the opportunity to show that I am. better fighter when I'm healthy. "
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