After Tito Ortiz's win at UFC 132, there has been plenty of speculation on his next opponent. Earlier this week, Cagewriter mentioned the possibilities of Chuck Liddell, Fedor Emelianenko, Forrest Griffin, Rich Franklin and Dan Henderson, but another athlete has thrown his name into the ring.
Locked out Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco wants to give Ortiz a fight.
Ortiz isn't the first guy Ochocinco has gone after. He's called out UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva in the past, and has asked UFC president Dana White for a spot in the Octagon. Silva, who is closer to Ochocinco's size, has long been Ocho's target, but now he has moved on to the bigger Ortiz.
NFL collective bargaining agreement negotiations appear to be headed in the right direction, so hopefully, Ochocinco will have to worry about football soon. In the meantime, who else would you like to see the wide receiver fight? Tell us in the comments or on Facebook.