HomeFight Videos Forrest Griffin vs Tito Ortiz 3 Fight Video UFC 148 Bruno July 8, 2012 Fight Videos 17 Comments Forrest Griffin vs Tito Ortiz 3 Fight Video UFC 148. Tweet Pin It UFC 148 Post-Fight Press Conference Video Anderson Silva vs Chael Sonnen 2 Fight Video UFC 148 17 Comments ruddo293 July 8, 2012 Forrest should retire too if that is the best he can do, he will get murdered by any LHW at 205. The fight could have went either way; Tito is done. He cannot perform at the level he once did. Tito had some incredible cardio in his career but he had nothing tonite, he was gassed pretty much from the 2nd round on. Forrest win or lose better start figuring out if he really wants to compete in MMA period! I can see forrest retiring soon as well… Log in to Reply Dormath July 8, 2012 forrest stole tito spotlight by taking away the mike from Joe what an ass. Log in to Reply darren July 8, 2012 Run Forrest run. Log in to Reply Joe Dog July 8, 2012 Pugilistic dementia is all Ortiz has to look forward to. Although a little slow here, Griffin remains a very tough dude. Good win. Griffin might be going after Rogan’s job. Log in to Reply ctimboden July 8, 2012 what is it with forrest and running out of the arena after his fights? haha. I predict more, “run forrest, run” jokes ahead. Log in to Reply Wick July 8, 2012 I don’t understand all the boo’s. I think Forrest clearly won the fight. Maybe it was because of him leaving the ring, or maybe it was because it was Tito’s last fight. I am not sure. I am a big Forrest fan. I love to watch him fight, but I am starting to wonder if his heart is still in it. He has shown some erratic behavior in the past, and this fight was no exception. I hope he gets his head straight. He is a good guy and is good for the sport. Log in to Reply wcoastassassin July 8, 2012 I thought both had a great fight considering the wars they have been through. Very surprised to see all 3 judges scoring that for Forest. Honestly when I heard unanimous decision I thought it was Tito’s because he had Forest significantly hurt in the last 2 rounds. Referees need to give more points for knockdowns and for moments where you rock a fighter or almost end a fight like in boxing. Forest never hurt Tito, he jabbed around threw insignificant leg kicks. Tito goes out a warrior and should have gone out with a win. Log in to Reply StevenSeagalsProdigy July 8, 2012 Forrest griffin is my favorite personality in mma. Log in to Reply scottc July 8, 2012 Forrest is an absolute headcase. The fact that Dana had to chase after him to get him to go back in to the ring for the decision is hilarious! Log in to Reply Pope July 8, 2012 Fight was terribly sloppy. It could have gone either way but I had Tito winning because he landed more significant punches and hurt Forrest. Log in to Reply FedorFailsAgain July 8, 2012 I hope Tito didn’t give any of Jenna’s STD’s to Forrest, he still has a career to look forward to… Log in to Reply cutu2bad July 8, 2012 Forrest’s actions are almost as sloppy as chales backfist all four fighters should call it a day ANDERSON TITO FORREST ,CHEAL WASHED OUT 2 **** my local scene has better talent sloppy has beens living off fights gone buy UFC IS OLD HAT Log in to Reply mma made easy July 8, 2012 ^sufficient insults fail me (shakes head) I thought Forrest won the fight fairly well. Punched Tito a loooot. Oddly, it looked like Forrest also gassed. I suppose both fighters are known for their cardio, so maybe they tired each other out…? Didn’t seem like either did enough to warrant that level of gassing, but, sometimes its hard to see where the gas is spent (getting a Tito off of you is hard work, I’d imagine) Log in to Reply KouNTa KuLCHa July 8, 2012 I had Tito winning the first 2 stanzas. Never been a fan of Griffin, so I may be biased cause I admired Tito since his ADCC performances. Anywho, what’s next for Forrest? Sonnen, perhaps… 😉 ♠ Log in to Reply Twonitron July 9, 2012 they took it down Log in to Reply C$ July 9, 2012 Saw the fight live and now again on video. Can’t see how Forrest won. I agree with WCoastAssassin’s comments entirely. Log in to Reply Drew July 9, 2012 Same story in every Tito fight: he comes out strong out of the gate, then he gasses, gets broken, and then hangs on desperately for a decision. I think you could give Tito the first round, but I’m sorry, a couple of knockdowns don’t make up for being peppered and battered for the better part of two rounds. Tito’s conception of how the fight went always seems massively skewed. In their last two fights, all he did was absorb punishment for the last rounds. And anyone saying they “don’t understand” how Forrest won just need to look at the compubox strike totals – practically double thrown and landed for Forrest. Tito’s face was a battered mess. Forrest won; I don’t think this one was as close as the previous two. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.