If you have followed the careers of Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz then the following video clip of their recent appearance on Michael Landsberg’s “Off The Record” will not come as a shock to you. The two UFC veterans had a trio of memorable bouts against each other inside the Octagon that started with a fight for the light heavyweight title at UFC 40 in Nov. 2002. Their feud was legendary and they helped the UFC sell a ton of Pay-Per-Views over the years. However, their time has passed. They signed the contracts and agreed to the terms of payment outlined in those contracts — evidently. However, now looking back it seems they feel the money they made fighting in the UFC was not satisfactory. It’s the same song and dance — the UFC is making all this money, they should pay the fighters more. Comparisons to boxing and Floyd Mayweather are made and so on and so forth… Take a look and see what you think… do they make valid points? Have you been enlightened to the “truth” about Dana White and the UFC or are we watching two guys who just can’t let the past go?
Tito Ortiz will be fighting another disgruntled UFC veteran, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson on Nov. 2 in Bellator’s first Pay-Per-View.