Adult Video Company Offers Tito Ortiz A Job After His City Council Resignation

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Tito Ortiz resigned last week from his position on city council in Huntington Beach, California and noted “this job isn’t working for me.” Enter adult site and a money-making opportunity for the Huntington Beach Bad Boy to return to the octagon in a unique fight. CamSoda officials want Tito to headline the company’s upcoming fight night in Thailand, where there will be Muay Thai fights inside phone booths and a 2-on-1 MMA fight.

CamSoda wants Tito for the 2-on-1 fight, and they’re willing to pay a nice chunk of change to get Ortiz on a flight to Thailand for the event.

“My offer is this: I’d be willing to pay you up to $100,000 to participate in our MMA event on June 19 in a 2 vs. 1 fight. You can handpick your opponents,” Daryn Parker of CamSoda said in a press release.

Tito, who is no longer battling it out with politicians and California coronabros, hasn’t stepped into a cage since December 2019, when he put Alberto Rodriguez into a rear-naked choke during Combate Americas. Would the 46-year-old Ortiz be willing to negotiate a 2-on-1 MMA fight for a quick payday via CamSoda? He was receiving $1,500 a month, plus a stipend and an expense allowance to be a city councilman, so you have to figure $100k would be a nice change of pace.

“From day one, I was sworn in and I was met with hostility and judgment,” Ortiz said during his resignation. “Being a public figure, nothing is new. However, to be the sole focus of character assassination each and every week, with multiple news stories and leaked personal information, all of which were in hopes to slander and defame my name—I thought I was up to this job, but I knew I had over 40,000 constituents who were there counting on me.”

This is the sound of a guy who knows there’s serious money to be made, and the political game was sucking the life out of the guy. It’s clearly time to get in there and smash some faces. Now, which two coronabros are willing to get into the cage? Step up!

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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