TITO ORTIZ WILL TEACH MARTIAL ARTS SEMINAR

2006-11-10

ULTIMATE FIGHTING CHAMP TITO ORTIZ WILL TEACH MARTIAL ARTS SEMINAR IN ROCKWALL, TEXAS, ON NOVEMBER 11

LOS ANGELES – (November 10, 2006) – Colorful mixed martial arts champion Tito (“The Huntington Beach Bad Boy”) Ortiz will teach a seminar hosted by Wolfpack Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu on November 11th in Rockwall, Texas just east of Dallas. Ortiz will focus on all areas in mixed martial arts (MMA), including striking, takedowns, grappling and even nutrition. The seminar is open to all and is a rare opportunity for fans and professional fighters alike.

As one of the recognizable stars of the Ultimate Fighting Competition organization, Ortiz is known as a knowledgeable fighter and spectacular showman. Ortiz defeated long-time rival Ken Shamrock in a 2 minute 23 second bout on October 10th. Ortiz has appeared on the covers of many magazines and has recently made news because of his relationship with adult film star Jenna Jameson.

Ortiz is currently training to reclaim the UFC Light Heavyweight title from Chuck Liddell in a championship bout scheduled to take place December 30th. As the world’s leading mixed martial arts sports association, the UFC features live events, televised productions and strives to expand recognition of MMA as a sport.

Wolfpack’s Collin Grayson states, “I’m all about providing opportunities for people. I’ve been lucky enough to train with the best in the business, but have always had to go to them. Now I’m bringing the teacher to the students.”

The seminar will be held this Saturday, November 11th, from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM at the Rockwell Indoor Sports Expo (2922 S. State Highway 205 of I-30 in Rockwall, TX) on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information on attending, please call 972-965-0811 or email wolfpackjiujitsu@yahoo.com.

About Tito OrtizJacob “Tito” Ortiz (born January 23, 1975) is legendary participant of the sport of mixed martial arts, or ‘MMA’. Ortiz’s career has been mostly within the Ultimate Fighting Competition organization. A former Light-Heavyweight UFC champion, Ortiz has become one of the sport’s shining stars, headlining pay per view championship events and appearing on the covers of various magazines, such as Black Belt Magazine. He is a native of Huntington Beach, California and is also known as “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy.” Tito Ortiz is recognized as a charismatic and controversial fighter and has also acted in several films and television series. Whatever the opinions of Ortiz, he undeniably is both a showman and a talented athlete.

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