Main Event | Catchweight · 210 lbs | MMA
Tito Ortiz defeats Alberto Rodriguez via Submission at 3:10 of Round 1
|20-12-1||Pro Record At Fight||9-5-0|
|Climbed to 21-12||Record After Fight||Fell to 9-6|
|-1100 (Huge Favorite)||Betting Odds||+700 (Huge Underdog)|
|Huntington Beach, California||Fighting out of||Mexico|
|44 years, 10 months, 2 weeks||Age at Fight||42 years, 6 months, 1 week, 5 days|
|209.0 lbs (94.8 kgs)||Weigh-In Result||209.0 lbs (94.8 kgs)|
|6'3" (190cm)||Height||6'5" (196cm)|
- Bout Information
- Event: Combate 51: Tito vs. Alberto
- Date: Saturday 12.07.2019 at 07:00 PM ET
- Venue: Payne Arena
- Enclosure: Cage
- Location: Hidalgo, Texas
- Bout Billing: Main Event (fight 10 of 10)
- Pro/Am: Professional
- Weight: 210 lbs (95.3 kg)
- TV Commentary:
- Post-Fight Interviewer:
- Ortiz Total Disclosed Pay: None Disclosed
- Rodriguez Total Disclosed Pay: None Disclosed
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Originally a submission win for Ortiz, the result of this fight was later changed to a No Contest by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, pending an investigation.
Following Ortiz's submission of a doctor's note for the prohibited substance found in his urine sample, Texas restored the original win.
Ortiz vs. Rodriguez Fight Predictions
12.03.2019 | 8:09 PM ET
12.03.2019 | 8:11 PM ET
12.07.2019 | 10:46 AM ET
Tito Ortiz, TKO, R1
Why? I just don't understand. And this isn't my typical "this guy shouldn't be fighting" rant, but Everybody's seeming to be on the same page. Lemme ask you guys a question.... When has Tito EVER been, a -1100 favorite? That's how ******* absurd this fight is. And then to make it a $30 PPV card..... Haaaahaaahaaa c'mon maaaan. And on a night that there's so much **** going on, to try and compete for eyeballs.... It's not looking goood Tito by murder. Then he'll dig his imaginary grave and throw Rodriguez or whatever name he goes by in it...
Martinez vs. Yanez
Melissa Martinez, TKO, R3
Melissa Martinez is a savage man... Yanez is tough, but I still think "Super Melly" will get her outta there R2-R3
Trujillo vs. Reyno
Gaston Reyno, SUB, R2
A little bit of a mismatch here... Trujillo losses more than he wins. Dude lost twenty f'n seven times. Of those, he's been finished 18x. Eighteen times. Annnd Reyno, has finished 100% of his wins.. Trujillo's losing streak definitely continues.
Palacios vs. Ceja
Ricky Palacios, TKO, R2
Another mismatch.. I'm starting to see the trend here.. Palacios a massive -900 favorite
Tovar vs. Urbina
Elias Urbina, SUB, R1
Duuuude.... -2000. Crazy numbers man.
Brown vs. Flores
Jose Flores, TKO, R1
Oooooooh my god... This is the worst matchmaking I've ever seen. And for a PPV. It's hilarious. *** man. A -1700 favorite.