Tito Ortiz will face off with Forrest Griffin for the third time at UFC 148 on July 7th in what will probably be his swansong in MMA. He seems to want to go out on good terms, doing a lot of reminiscing about the past and the things he might have done differently. He continued that in an interview with Fight Magazine, where he addressed his relationship with UFC president (and former manager) Dana White (transcribed by Pro MMA Now):
"Some decisions where probably against Dana, I probably shouldn't have said some of the things I said. Some of the things I should have did, I should have carried myself a little different. I'm a very emotional guy. I wear my heart on my sleeve, a little too much I think. It gets me in trouble a lot. But I know I have integrity and I believe in the things I do. I look at my career and I think that's probably the only thing, the stuff I said against Dana I probably shouldn't have said. I know he'll never forgive me. And it is what it is. But I'm just learning. I'm human."
He also discusses what his plans are after he retires, and how big the win over Ryan Bader was. You can catch the whole interview after the jump.