Ryan Bader vs. Tito Ortiz Planned for UFC 132

After losing to now-UFC champ Jon Jones at UFC 126, Ryan Bader called out former champ Tito Ortiz. Looks like he will get his wish at UFC 132 according to MMA Weekly.

Ortiz hasn't won a fight in the Octagon since beating an aged Ken Shamrock in October 2006. Since then Ortiz has gone 0-4-1 with a tie against Rashad Evans as his high water mark. If Bader beats Ortiz will this be the end of Tito's UFC career?
Ryan "Darth" Bader (12-1)
Loss Jon Jones - Submission (Guillotine Choke) UFC 126
Win Antonio Rogerio Nogueira - Decision (Unanimous) UFC 119
Win Keith Jardine - KO (Punch) UFC 110
Tito "Huntington Beach Bad Boy" Ortiz (15-8-1)
Loss Matt Hamill - Decision (Unanimous) UFC 121
Loss Forrest Griffin - Decision (Split) UFC 106
Loss Lyoto Machida - Decision (Unanimous) UFC 84
Jul 2nd, live on Pay-per-view from Las Vegas, Nevada
B.J. Penn vs. Jon Fitch
Ryan Bader vs. Tito Ortiz
Melvin Guillard vs. Shane Roller
Evan Dunham vs. George Sotiropoulos
Matt Wiman vs. Dennis Siver

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