Update UFC 66 Winner LIDDELL with TKO over Ortiz
UFC 66 Liddell Vs. Ortiz 2 Weigh Ins At MGM Grand Las Vegas
UFC 66 Ultimate Fighting Championship: LIDDELL vs. ORTIZ 2 live from the MGM Grand Las Vegas Garden Arena Saturday, Dec. 30, a much anticipated rematch between Liddell and Ortiz in Las Vegas real estate. In his tenure as UFC World Light Heavyweight Champion, Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell has sent Randy Couture into retirement, avenged a defeat against Jeremy Horn, and annihilated his number one challenger Renato Sobral. But when the man standing across the Octagon from Liddell is his friend Tito Ortiz, all bets are off. When these two 205-pound UFC fighters meet on December 30 at UFC 66, the Las Vegas New Years Eve fireworks are going to begin one day early.
A lot has changed since Liddell and Ortiz first fought in 2004. The fighters demanded it, the fans demanded it, and not only in the Octagon, where both Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters have looked unbeatable in a combined 10-0 record. These are two MMA fighters who went from being MMA standouts to becoming UFC superstars in two years. There hasn’t been a fight anywhere in the world that has more heat behind it than this one. This will be the most watched UFC Ultimate Fighting Championship pay-per-view of all-time.
Tickets for UFC 66: LIDDELL vs. ORTIZ 2 are priced at $1,000, $750, $500, $200 and $100 and available at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, all Ticketmaster locations, and by telephone at 800-929-1111 or 702-891-7777. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Ticketmaster at 702-474-4000.
Ultimate Fighting Championship 66: LIDDELL vs. ORTIZ 2 is available live on pay-per-view at 10 p.m. EST/7 p.m. PST on DISH Network, DIRECTV, iN DEMAND, Bell ExpressVu, TVN, Shaw Communications and Viewer’s Choice Canada for $39.95.
UFC 66: LIDDELL vs. ORTIZ 2 features the championship bout between Liddell and Ortiz. Liddell, (19-3-0) fighting out of San Luis Obispo, CA., is a devastating striker with an incredible takedown defense. He is the reigning UFC World Light Heavyweight Champion and has knocked out the last six opponents including Ortiz, Vernon White, Randy Couture (twice), Jeremy Horn and most recently Renato “Babalu” Sobral in August. Liddell is considered by many to be the most recognized mma fighter in the world, earning the reputation by delivering incredible knockouts and dominating the UFC light heavyweight division.
“They decided it’s time for a rematch with Ortiz. I’ll knock him out just like I did last time, except this time I’ll probably do it in the first round. It’ll be fun beating him up again,” said Liddell.
Ortiz, (16-4-0) fighting out of Huntington Beach, CA., is known for his tenacity and strength as a submission UFC fighter. He returned to the Ultimate Fighting Championship last April to take on rising star Forrest Griffin, winning by split decision in the Octagon. Ortiz came back quick, defeating Griffin and then Ken Shamrock in back-to-back fights. He scored a first-round KO over the mma fighter on both occasions. Tito Ortiz has earned a new attempt to capture the light heavyweight title,.
“I see Liddell putting up a good fight, but at the end of the night, it will be my hand raised in the Octagon,” said Ortiz. “I can’t wait to get my belt back.” Source: UFC
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