Days past the one year anniversary of Tito Ortiz's retirement and "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" seems to be fielding offers for a return.The UFC hall of famer sent the following tweet out, making sure to attach the UFC and Bellator's main provider Viacom.

"Nice 2be a free agent.Need 2make a big decision 4my future 4my kids future. Nice 2 have a great surrounding and 2be healthy.#Positive 7yrs"

Ortiz retired at 16-11. The former UFC light heavyweight champion struggled to gain wins in his final years. He only defeated Ryan Bader out of a possible eight bouts since July 2007. Ortiz retired when he lost the trilogy to Forrest Griffin at UFC 148.

He now runs Primetime 360 Entertainment & Sports Management Inc., with his biggest client being Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos.




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