Forrest Griffin talks about his odd actions at UFC 148

Speaking to, Forrest Griffin elaborates on his strange choice of actions at UFC 148 last night when he ran out of the cage and returned to take the mic from Joe Rogan, interviewing the retiring Tito Ortiz. Many viewed this as a classless act; however Griffin said he was caught up in the moment due to his own poor performance. Dana White chased Griffin down in an effort to get him back to the Octagon. Win or lose, many thought this was to be Ortiz’s moment, and then Griffin acted beyond

Tito Ortiz: Forrest Griffin fought pitter patter, I was trying to kill him

Tito Ortiz voiced his opinions post-fight at UFC 148 in what would be his final fight pres conference. He had several good quotes concerning his career ending bout with Forrest Griffin, a fight that he lost by unanimous decision. Ortiz was not surprisingly upset with the outcome, thinking that he did more damage and was looking to finish the fight, but still gave respect to Griffin. Ortiz has always been an outspoken member of the MMA community, and went out fighting hard with his head held high. About his

Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin face off prior to UFC 148

In a short video courtesy of, Light Heavyweights Tito Ortiz get involved in an intense staredown at today’s UFC 148 press conference. With the stakes high as Tito Ortiz looks to end his career on a high note. Both are former UFC champions at 205 lbs. With a spot in the UFC Hall of Fame locked up, Tito Ortiz summed up his final bout:
“When I almost won the middleweight title against Frank Shamrock, I threw everything out. I ain’t worried about the Hall of Fame. That’s a gimme, that’s a

Tito Ortiz: I’d like to finish Forrest Griffin quick

Future UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz will fight his final battle against Forrest Griffin at UFC 148, ending their trilogy and marking the end of an extremely influential MMA career. While Ortiz may be retiring, he is still a fighter at heart and heads into the bout with a gameplan, hoping to go out on a high note. Both Ortiz and Griffin are no strangers to one another’s fighting styles, having fought a pair of close wars leading up to this grudge match. Recently, Ortiz spoke to about his

Forrest Griffin: I never thought I would wind up a UFC champion

At UFC 148, Tito Ortiz will step into the Octagon for the final time as a fighter. Much has been written about Ortiz’s farewell bout and his induction into the UFC Hall of Fame on July 7, but what of his opponent, Forrest Griffin? In an exclusive interview with our good friend: Bryan Levick at, the Georgia native discusses Tito Ortiz, Shogun Rua and his own future.
Griffin began his career in the UFC  thrilling fans in his performance during The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale, a fight