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According to UFC.com:
Dana White - "This is a must-win fight for Tito Ortiz. This is the biggest fight of his career. ‘Lil Nog’ is ranked in the top 10 in the world and a win puts Tito back in the mix."
Tito Ortiz - "I’m ready to get back in there and kick some ass. ‘Lil Nog’ is one of the best fighters in the world. He’s dangerous on the feet and on the ground; that’s why you won’t hear me talking any smack. I have a lot of respect for him and I can’t wait to get back in there and give the fans in Seattle a great show."
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira - "Tito Ortiz is a former champion and I’m excited to get the chance to fight him in the main event in Seattle. I’m training hard and expect a difficult fight. Tito’s ground and pound is really good and he is a talented athlete. This should be a great fight for the fans."
Mar 26th, live on Spike TV from Seattle, Washington:
Tito Ortiz (15-8-1) +210 vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (19-4) -300
Anthony Johnson (8-3) vs. Dan Hardy (23-8)
Duane "Bang" Ludwig (20-11) vs. Amir Sadollah (4-2)
Nam Phan (16-8) -145 vs. Leonard Garcia (15-6-1) +115
John Hathaway (14-1) vs. Kris McCray (5-2)
Dennis Hallman (42-13-2) vs. T.J. Waldburger (13-5)
Jon Madsen (7-0) vs. Mike Russow (13-1)
Mario Miranda (10-2) vs. Aaron Simpson (7-2)
Sean McCorkle (10-1) vs. Christian Morecraft (6-1)
Nick Pace (6-1) vs. Michael McDonald (11-1)
Alex Carceres (4-2) vs. Mackens Semerzier (5-3)
Tickets for UFC Fight Night Live will go on sale Saturday, Jan. 29 (Jan. 27 for Fight Club) at 10 a.m. PT and are priced at $250, $150, $100 and $50.