On the bottom right of the UFC homepage (http://www.ufc.com/) there is a poll for who Tito Ortiz should fight next.
Can you please vote for my teammate Jason Lambert?
He's at the bottom of the votes right now, probably because most people don't know who he is yet. He has won his last eight fights, and dominated his first three UFC opponents, but has still yet to make it on a single UFC PPV or Cable event.
This would be an exciting fight! It would be way better than a Rashad Evans snorefest or a Ken Shamrock rubber match.
Thanks for your help....
Done. He's way way behind tho. 5.8% as of my vote.
But I gotta say I'd like to see Tito have a go with Rashad after watching his domination of Stephan in the last UFN on spike. and I really want to see tito fight shamrock again. Shamrock should have been pounded into retirement and Tito's the man to do it. Again.
Then again I love watching a vicious one-sided beating as much as watching a good fight. Maybe more.
It is Fake
:wbaba2 Done. Hope it helps.
Done, and reposted elsewhere. I'm calling down the forces of nerdom to vote.
Done bro. It will be done again when I get home.
Thanks everyone I appreciate it... And so does he....
I voted for Forrest, because there is no way Lambert is gonna win that poll. Sorry.
done but @ 5.41% now ...
We need more help !
Yep, Done and sent to a couple others too.
I agree last UFC PPV sucked and the matches between some of the top billed fighters have been less than entertaining.
Between the 25 minute pattycake session for the title and the early stoppage of the Ortiz fight (for safety) being offset by the Yves Edwards 3 pint on the mat not being stopped made no sense to me.
To make things worse the Monson fight never made it to the screen due to the 25 minute snorefest that was the title bout.
I agree the UFC needs some new hungry guys to get in there and fight like they really want to win.
I think Jason would be one of those guys.
Tried to do my part, but I doubt it helped.
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