Originally Published: December 8, 2011
When he does retire, Tito Ortiz doesn’t plan to stray too far from the fight scene.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Here in Tito Ortiz‘s hometown, inside the Punishment Training Center he built (in some cases, with his own hands), the future has started to creep into the present for the former champion.
A 90-minute training session that’s split between bag work, mitts and physical training comes to an end around 5 p.m. — but the night is far from over.
The next hour Ortiz spends on the mat, coaching a children’s weekly wrestling class. Immediately after, an hour-long submission wrestling class for adults is scheduled.
During a brief intermission between the two, Ortiz