For the record, I have no psychic abilities (that I know of) and could quite possibly put up a donut with these offerings. Of course, that would mean Fedor loses a fight, "The Fireball Kid" sets the UFC ablaze (see what I did there?) and Tito Ortiz actually beats Chuck Liddell for once:
7. Liddell 3, Ortiz 0
A Hollywood blockbuster isn’t going to interfere with the coaches from Season 11 of The Ultimate Fighter meeting in the Octagon like it did this past season, as Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz will meet for a third time at the show’s conclusion.
Just like the first two times, Chuck Liddell will have his hand raised at the end of the night.
Although Liddell has looked like a fighter on the downside of an impressive career in losing his last two fights in brutal fashion, "The Iceman" still has knockout power, while Tito Ortiz does not.
"The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" will rant and rave about "finally being healthy" and do a great job selling this fight, but at the end of the day, Tito Ortiz is the same fighter today as he was in both April 2004 and December 2006.
On Ortiz’ record, both those dates read the same: LOSS – Chuck Liddell – T/KO (Punches). The third time won’t be the charm.
Later in the week, I'll be offering up my organizational predictions, an interview with UFC newcomer Rory MacDonald and much, much more.
God bless shameless self-promotion!
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