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Nick Diaz Next Fight Odds, UFC Champ, Poker Pro Tito Ortiz Running for Council

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Sep/09/2020

Nick Diaz was trending this week in the MMA media world due to a rumored return to the Octagon in early 2021.

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UFC President Dana White is among those skeptical.

“The Nick Diaz thing: First of all, we would’ve never released that or done that,” White told reporters backstage at the UFC APEX. “We’ll see how this thing plays out. I don’t have any expectations, whatsoever. We’ll see what happens.”

Should he choose to fight, here are the odds on who his opponent might be...

Nick Diaz next UFC opponent

Jorge Masvidal  +300  (3/1)  

Robbie Lawler   +350  (7/2)

Conor McGregor  +400  (4/1)

Carlos Condit  +450  (9/2)

Mike Perry  +700  (7/1)

Darren Till  +800  (8/1)

Anderson Silva  +900  (9/1)

TITO ORTIZ-UFC Champion and Hall Of Fame speaks w/ Anne Elizabeth about Huntington Beach City Council

Is that.......Is that......Is that our one-time world famous Gambling911.com reporter Anna Elizabeth chatting away with former UFC champ Tito Oritz? 

For reasons unbenounced to us, contributors to the Gambling911.com website seem to ultimately end up famous as conservative commentators (think Wayne Root).   Not to mention, they become Born Again (think Wayne Root and Jenny Woo).  Go figure!

Ortiz is running for Huntington Beach City Council in deep blue California....as a Republican.

Enter Anna Elizabeth.

When this one-time Lingerie Bowl bone crusher is not duking it out with TurfNSport founder Mike Dempsey over politics and Covid-19 on our publisher's Facebook wall, you can catch Ms. Elizabeth trying her darndest to turn Cali red.  An epic feat to be sure but her basic training here at Gambling911.com is really paying off (we once threw her on the red carpet to interview Kobe Bryant).

In addition to his entry in the political ring, Ortiz is the CEO of Punishment Athletics MMA equipment and clothing line.  He is currently signed with the Combate Americas promotion.  Ortiz is also a professional poker player, though he

Anna was especially happy to learn that sitting US President Donald Trump was now the favorite to win re-election this November at BetOnline, however, he and former Vice President Joe Biden are now a coin toss as of Tuesday September 8.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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