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Tito Ortiz returns to MMA to fight former WWE superstar Alberto Del Rio



Tito Ortiz returns from retirement. The famous and former light heavyweight champion's UFC hall will face former WWE champion Alberto Del Rio at a yet to be announced location and date, according to several reports.

Ortiz seems to be kicking off the fight that has already leaked out to be his first in the Combate Americas, a Hispanic mixed martial arts company. "If you do it for the love of sport. I will break it! "He wrote on Instagram. [194559006]

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If you do it for the love of sports! I will break it! #Ortizvsdelrio

A post by Tito Ortiz (@ titoortiz1999) on July 10, 2019 at 16:50 PDT

Del Rio, whose real name is José Alberto Rodríguez, is known for his time in the WWE, but also has an MMA background and scored a 9-5 record in several promotions. "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" does not seem to put him in phase.

"# America was not created for you, America was created for me … AMERICA CREATED FOR EVERYBODY," he wrote in an Instagram post, staring at Ortiz. [194559006]

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You can send a message to a customer who sends a message to a customer who sends a message to a customer who sends a message to a customer who sends a message to a customer who sends a message to a customer or sends a message to a customer, #delriovstito es una realidad … allá nos vemos amigos. Let us do it for all the hard-working people, people with hopes and dreams, people who work to give their families a better future. #America was not created for you, America was not created for me … EVERYONE. , , , #albertodelrio #AlbertoElPatron #doscarasjr #nohate

Contributed by Alberto El Patron (@prideofmexico) on July 10, 2019 at 17:45 PDT

Of course, Ortiz requires little to no introduction. He had a 20-12-1 record in UFC and Bellator. He retired in 2012 for just one year and retired in 2017, before returning to the Octagon last November to defeat longtime Chuck Liddell. It seems that the return was worthwhile, as Ortiz defeated "The Iceman" for the first time. He signed for Combate in April Catchweight.

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