Tito Ortiz, Chuck Liddell and More Softcore Vancouver Man-on-Man Action
Here, local brawler Quinton "Rampage" Jackson talks about his movie acting experience in Vancouver on The A-Team being "kind of gay," comparing the western Canadian metropolis to rainbow flag-flying San Francisco and intimating the time he spent in the Great White North made him "soft" leading into the ultimate fight he would ultimately lose to Rashad Evans.
Here, local brawler Tito Ortiz is promoted on tonight's Spike TV The Ultimate Fighter reality show, which explores the decision by the "Bad Boy of Huntington Beach" to pull out of his scheduled June 12 bout with Chuck Liddell.
The location of that scheduled UFC event?
Hmmmm . . .
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