“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz Full MMA Record and Fighting Statistics
“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz Full MMA Record and Fighting Statistics

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz

MMA Record: 21-12-1

WINS
21
9
6
6
KO/TKO
SUBMISSIONS
DECISIONS
LOSSES
12
4
3
5
KO/TKO
SUBMISSIONS
DECISIONS

FINISH RATE
72%
Age
46
Reach
74'
(188 cm)
Height
74.8'
(190 cm)
Country
USA

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz is a 46 year old Male fighter from United States with a 21-12-1 pro MMA record. Ortiz most recently fought Anderson Silva at Holyfield vs. Belfort on Saturday September 11, 2021. Tito Ortiz lost to Anderson Silva by KO/TKO at 1:21 of Round 1 in the division.

Tito Ortiz has 21 wins with a 72% finish rate, including 9 by knockout, 6 by submission, 6 by decision.

Tito Ortiz is currently riding a 3 fight win streak.


Tito Ortiz's Last Fight

Loss • Anderson Silva DEF Tito Ortiz by KO/TKO R1 1:21

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz full mixed martial arts record

Result Record Opponent Method Event Date Weight class Org
Win
20-12-1 Alberto Rodriguez
SUB
R1 3:10
Combate 51 2019-12-07 Catchweight CAMMA
Win
19-12-1 Chuck Liddell
KO/TKO
R1 4:24
Liddell vs. Ortiz 3 2018-11-24 Light Heavyweight GBP
Win
18-12-1 Chael Sonnen
SUB
R1 2:03
Bellator 170 2017-01-21 Light Heavyweight BFC
Loss
18-11-1 Liam McGeary
SUB
R1 4:41
Bellator 142 2015-09-19 Light Heavyweight BFC
Win
17-11-1 Stephan Bonnar
DEC
R3 5:00
Bellator 131 2014-11-15 Light Heavyweight BFC
Win
16-11-1 Alexander Shlemenko
SUB
R1 2:27
Bellator 120 2014-05-17 Light Heavyweight BFC
Loss
16-10-1 Forrest Griffin
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 148 2012-07-07 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
16-9-1 Antônio Rogério Nogueira
KO/TKO
R1 3:15
UFC 140 2011-12-10 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
16-8-1 Rashad Evans
KO/TKO
R2 4:48
UFC 133 2011-08-06 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
15-8-1 Ryan Bader
SUB
R1 1:56
UFC 132 2011-07-02 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
15-7-1 Matt Hamill
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 121 2010-10-23 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
15-6-1 Forrest Griffin
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 106 2009-11-21 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
15-5-1 Lyoto Machida
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 84 2008-05-24 Light Heavyweight UFC
Draw
15-5-0 Rashad Evans
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 73 2007-07-07 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
15-4-0 Chuck Liddell
KO/TKO
R3 3:59
UFC 66 2006-12-30 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
14-4-0 Ken Shamrock
KO/TKO
R1 2:23
UFC The Final Chapter 2006-10-10 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
13-4-0 Ken Shamrock
KO/TKO
R1 1:18
UFC 61 2006-07-08 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
12-4-0 Forrest Griffin
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 59 2006-04-15 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
11-4-0 Vitor Belfort
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 51 2005-02-05 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
10-4-0 Patrick Cote
DEC
R3 5:00
UFC 50 2004-10-22 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
10-3-0 Chuck Liddell
KO/TKO
R2 0:38
UFC 47 2004-04-02 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
10-2-0 Randy Couture
DEC
R5 5:00
UFC 44 2003-09-26 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
9-2-0 Ken Shamrock
KO/TKO
R3 5:00
UFC 40 2002-11-22 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
8-2-0 Vladimir Matyushenko
DEC
R5 5:00
UFC 33 2001-09-28 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
7-2-0 Elvis Sinosic
KO/TKO
R1 3:32
UFC 32 2001-06-29 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
6-2-0 Evan Tanner
KO/TKO
R1 0:32
UFC 30 2001-02-23 Middleweight UFC
Win
5-2-0 Yuki Kondo
SUB
R1 1:52
UFC 29 2000-12-16 Middleweight UFC
Win
4-2-0 Wanderlei Silva
DEC
R5 5:00
UFC 25 2000-04-14 Middleweight UFC
Loss
4-1-0 Frank Shamrock
SUB
R4 4:42
UFC 22 1999-09-24 Middleweight UFC
Win
3-1-0 Guy Mezger
KO/TKO
R1 9:56
UFC 19 1999-03-05 Middleweight UFC
Win
2-1-0 Jerry Bohlander
KO/TKO
R1 14:31
UFC 18 1999-01-08 Middleweight UFC
Win
1-1-0 Jeremy Screeton
SUB
R1 0:16
Regional circuit 1998-12-08
Loss
1-0-0 Guy Mezger
SUB
R1 3:00
UFC 13 1997-05-30 Lightweight UFC
Win
0-0-0 Wes Albritton
KO/TKO
R1 0:31
UFC 13 1997-05-30 Lightweight UFC
“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz MMA Record: 21-12-1

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz's last five professional MMA fights

Recent form for Tito Ortiz

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz's MMA career highlights

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz's Professional MMA debut

Ortiz made his professional debut against Wes Albritton on May 30, 1997, fighting on the preliminary card of UFC 13: Ultimate Force.

He made a winning start to his career, defeating Wes Albritton who carried a 0-0-0 professional MMA record into the fight.

Tito Ortiz beat Wes Albritton by KO/TKO at 0:31 of Round 1.

“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz's Ultimate Fighting Championship Career

Ortiz made his debut in the UFC against Wes Albritton on May 30, 1997, fighting on the preliminary card of UFC 13: Ultimate Force having compiled a 0-0-0 professional MMA record.

Tito Ortiz beat Wes Albritton by KO/TKO at 0:31 of Round 1.

Since his debut, Ortiz has gone on to fight a total of 27 more times in the UFC. His UFC record stands at 15-11-1.

Failed UFC title challenge: Tournament Championship loss to Guy Mezger

Ortiz lost his 1st lightweight title challenge, losing to Guy Mezger on May 30, 1997 at UFC 13: Ultimate Force.

Tito Ortiz lost to Guy Mezger by Submission at 3:00 of Round 1.

Outside the UFC

After his UFC stint, Ortiz took his next fight at on December 8, 1998, fighting against Jeremy Screeton on the of the regional circuit.

Tito Ortiz beat Jeremy Screeton by Submission at 0:16 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 1 fights outside of the promotion, Ortiz returned to the UFC on January 8, 1999, fighting against Jerry Bohlander on the main card of UFC 18: The Road to the Heavyweight Title.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 2-1-0

Tito Ortiz beat Jerry Bohlander by KO/TKO at 14:31 of Round 1.

Failed UFC title challenge: UFC Middleweight Championship loss to Frank Shamrock

Ortiz lost his 1st middleweight title challenge, losing to Frank Shamrock on September 24, 1999 at UFC 22: Only One Can be Champion.

Tito Ortiz lost to Frank Shamrock by Submission at 4:42 of Round 4.

Winning the belt: UFC Vacant Middleweight Championship against Wanderlei Silva

Ortiz won the UFC Vacant Middleweight Championship defeating Wanderlei Silva on April 14, 2000 at UFC 25: Ultimate Japan 3.

This was Ortiz's 3rd UFC championship fight.

Tito Ortiz beat Wanderlei Silva by Decision at 5:00 of Round 5.

Title defence #1: Successfully defended the UFC Middleweight Championship against Yuki Kondo

Ortiz defended his belt against Yuki Kondo on December 16, 2000 at UFC 29: Defense of the Belts.

This was Ortiz's first successful UFC middleweight title defence.

Tito Ortiz beat Yuki Kondo by Submission at 1:52 of Round 1.

Title defence #2: Successfully defended the UFC Middleweight Championship against Evan Tanner

Ortiz defended his belt for the 2nd time against Evan Tanner on February 23, 2001 at UFC 30: Battle on the Boardwalk.

Tito Ortiz beat Evan Tanner by KO/TKO at 0:32 of Round 1.

Title defence #1: Successfully defended the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against Elvis Sinosic

Ortiz defended his belt against Elvis Sinosic on June 29, 2001 at UFC 32: Showdown in the Meadowlands.

This was Ortiz's first successful UFC light heavyweight title defence.

Tito Ortiz beat Elvis Sinosic by KO/TKO at 3:32 of Round 1.

Title defence #2: Successfully defended the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against Vladimir Matyushenko

Ortiz defended his belt for the 2nd time against Vladimir Matyushenko on September 28, 2001 at UFC 33: Victory in Vegas.

Tito Ortiz beat Vladimir Matyushenko by Decision at 5:00 of Round 5.

Title defence #3: Successfully defended the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against Ken Shamrock

Ortiz defended his belt for the 3rd time against Ken Shamrock on November 22, 2002 at UFC 40: Vendetta.

Tito Ortiz beat Ken Shamrock by KO/TKO at 5:00 of Round 3.

Title loss: Losing the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship to Randy Couture

Ortiz lost his UFC Light Heavyweight title to Randy Couture on September 26, 2003 at UFC 44: Undisputed having previously made 3 title defences.

Tito Ortiz lost to Randy Couture by Decision at 5:00 of Round 5.

Failed UFC title challenge: UFC Light Heavyweight Championship loss to Chuck Liddell

Ortiz lost his 1st light heavyweight title challenge, losing to Chuck Liddell on December 30, 2006 at UFC 66: Liddell vs. Ortiz 2.

Tito Ortiz lost to Chuck Liddell by KO/TKO at 3:59 of Round 3.

When was Tito Ortiz's last win?

Ortiz's last win came against Alberto Rodriguez at Combate 51 on Saturday December 7, 2019. Tito Ortiz beat Alberto Rodriguez by Submission at 3:10 of Round 1.

Who is Tito Ortiz's next opponent?

Ortiz is not currently booked for any fights.

When was Tito Ortiz's last loss?

Ortiz's last loss came against Liam McGeary at Bellator 142 on Saturday September 19, 2015. Tito Ortiz lost to Liam McGeary by Submission at 4:41 of Round 1.

How many UFC fights has Tito Ortiz had?

Ortiz has fought 27 times in the UFC. His UFC record stands at 15-11-1.

How many pro MMA knockouts does Tito Ortiz have?

Ortiz has knocked out 9 opponents.

How many pro MMA submissions does Tito Ortiz have?

Ortiz has submitted 6 opponents.

How many times has Tito Ortiz been knocked out?

Ortiz has been knocked out 4 times.

How many times has Tito Ortiz been submitted?

Ortiz has been submitted 3 times.