When Tito Ortiz questioned whether Stephan Bonnar belonged alongside him in the UFC Hall of Fame, 'The American Psycho' responded by calling out 'The People's Champ' .
"We all know Tito is broke," said Bonnar. "We all know Jenna took his money. His punishment clothing, the only people I see wearing that are homeless people. His management company ***laughs*** he's not banking any money there. So I'm going to help the poor guy get paid."
At the Bellator PPV press conference, Ortiz was asked to respond to the rumor that he is broke and fighting because he needs the paycheck. Text via CagePotato.
Reporter: “How do you feed your children or your family?”
Reporter: “Well, yeah, you gotta get paid.”
Tito: “OK, well, mysthethatsthe…that’s really not a problem, my kids are going to get paid either way. I was smart enough to save my money. I mean, I invest. And the biggest thing that you can invest that some people, they don’t make much of, it’s called land. And I own a lot of it.”
Now Ortiz has put some of that land on the market - the spectacular training camp that he bought from Oscar De La Hoya for $2,100,000 in 2007.
Location: 739 Northstar Drive
Size: 2 buildings, 5 beds, 6 baths, 7,162 sq. ft.
MMA fighter and former UFC light-heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz has put his Big Bear training compound on the market. The homey looking property includes two buildings and features an octagon for totally busting your friend's face open with a kick or well placed elbow. After a healthy beat down, relax in the indoor hot tub. Ortiz purchased the home in 2007 from Oscar de la Hoya who converted the home's four car garage into a gym with steam room. According to Redfin, the home first came on to the market in April 2011 for $2.5 million.
To buy the camp, click HERE to contact broker Mark Sobczyk.
If you just want to rent the camp for a week, click HERE. Rates vary from $300 to $2,300 per night.