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Anderson Silva vs. Tito Ortiz live fight updates, results, 2021 boxing match highlights

Anderson Silva will look to earn his second win inside a boxing ring this year when he takes on former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

Silva, who holds the record for the longest title reign in UFC history at 2,457 days, fought in his second career boxing match after defeating Julio César Chávez Jr. by split decision in March 2021.

Silva previously lost seven of his last nine fights in his UFC career and ended his tenure in the Octagon following a TKO loss to Uriah Hall in October 2020. However, it is unclear how long he will continue to box.

Ortiz will be in his first boxing match of his career, having been out of professional combat sports following a submission win over Alberto El Patron at Combate Americas in December 2019. Ortiz competed in the UFC over 27 fights in 1997 to 2012, holding the organization’s light heavyweight title from April 14, 2000 to September 26, 2003.

In 2020, Ortiz ran for a council seat in his hometown of Huntington Beach, California, and was chosen as one of the winners in November.

On December 7, 2020, Ortiz was sworn in as pro tempore mayor of Huntington Beach and was in office until June 1.

Stay with Sporting News for live main event and undercard updates.

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Anderson Silva vs. Tito Ortiz live updates, recaps

7:29 pm: Fournier vs. Haye has been relatively uneventful after two rounds. But Trump is already on it. He said “David (Haye) seems to be very talented.” Oh yeah. That’s because Haye is a former champion.

7:13 pm: We are having our first fight of the night between heavyweights and friends David Haye and Joe Fournier after a live presentation of Gente de Zona.

7:05 pmTo start with these things, we have former President Donald Trump speak about the billboard after giving his thoughts on the 20th anniversary of September 11th. Yes, that happened. Phew.

Holyfield vs. Belgian PPV, how to watch it

Those who want to see the Holyfield-Belfort pay-per-view card can do so in the United States for $ 49.99. Boxing fans can watch the fight by placing an order through FITE.TV, Triller Fight Club, or a cable or satellite TV provider.

How to hear the Trumps’ alternate commentary for Holyfield vs. Belgium PPV

To hear comments from the Trumps’ guests during each game, viewers can use the Secondary Audio (SAP) feature on their cable box or television. The suggested retail price for the four-fight PPV event is $ 49.99 (US & Canada), and there is no additional fee to hear Trump’s comments on each fight.

What time does Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort?

  • Date: Saturday September 11
  • Weather: 7 pm ET | 4 pm Pacific Time

The Holyfield vs. Belfort begins at approximately 7pm ET on Saturday. Three more fights will take place before the Holyfield vs. Belfort.

Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort card

  • Evander Holyfield against Vitor Belfort; heavy weights
  • Anderson Silva against Tito Ortiz; cruise weights
  • David Haye vs. Joe Fournier; heavy weights
  • Andy Vences vs. Jono Carroll; feather weights

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