VIDEO: Tito Ortiz wants to “pummel” Sonnen for three rounds

It seems that father time isn’t bothering Tito Ortiz (20-12-1) at all.

The last time we saw Ortiz in the Octagon was in November when he fought Chuck Liddell in one of the most burlesque bouts in the history of MMA.

Now Ortiz’s focus is pointed at another one of his former foes – Chael Sonnen (30-16-1).

In case you forgot, the two americans already faced each other in the cage two years ago in the main event of Bellator 170 and Ortiz won the fight via rear-naked choke in the first round.

These days the bad blood between the two is starting to heat up and it seems that a rematch is inevitable.

“The Hungtington Beac Bad Boy” was recently interviewed by TMZ Sports and this is what he had to say when he was asked for a potential fight with Sonnen.

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