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Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz Predictions & Tips – ‘Spider’ To Knock Out Ortiz

  • Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz tips for September 11
  • Taking place at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida
  • Two UFC legends to meet in a boxing match
  • Silva tipped to knock out Ortiz
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Anderson "Spider" Silva (R) throws a punch at Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (Getty Images)
Leigh Copson 09 Sep 2021
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    Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz Predictions & Tips
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Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz Predictions & Tips

Anderson Silva’s superior striking should be the telling factor in a knockout victory.

Ortiz was never renowned for his striking during his Hall of Fame career, while Silva was one of the greatest strikers ever.

‘The Spider’ has boxing experience too, and all of this could result in Ortiz getting knocked out.

  • Anderson Silva is one of the greatest MMA strikers ever
  • Anderson Silva recorded 23 knockouts in his 34 MMA victories
  • Anderson Silva is 2-1 as a professional boxer
  • Anderson Silva knocked out Julio Cesar Chavez Jr in a massive upset in June
  • Tito Ortiz has never fought in a professional boxing match
  • Tito Ortiz recorded only 10 KO wins during his MMA career
  • Tito Ortiz has recorded only one knockout win since October 2006
  • Tito Ortiz was knocked out 5 times during his MMA career

Anderson Silva Form

Anderson Silva’s MMA career petered out after his shock knockout loss to Chris Weidman in 2013.

Silva paid the price for clowning around when he was knocked out in the first fight and then broke his leg in the rematch.

A decision win over Nick Diaz was then overturned to a No Contest after he failed a drug test.

He dropped decisions to Michael Bisping and Daniel Cormier before registering a controversial decision win over Derek Brunson in February 2017.

That would be his last win as a UFC fighter and he would suffer three more losses before leaving.

Silva lost a decision to Israel Adesanya before being knocked out by Jared Cannonier and then Uriah Hall in 2020.

Silva returned to boxing after that and improved his record to 2-1 when he bested Julio Cesar Chaves Jr over eight rounds for a shock victory.

Tito Ortiz Form

Tito Ortiz was one of the biggest stars in the UFC when it enjoyed a surge in popularity between 2003 and 2006.

But when he was knocked out by Chuck Liddell for a second time in December 2006, his MMA career went off the rails.

He drew with Rashad Evans before dropping three straight decisions against Lyoto Machida, Forrest Griffin and Matt Hamill.

With his UFC career on the line he stopped the rot by submitting Ryan Bade in July 2011. That would be his last UFC win though.

Rashad Evans and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira both knocked out Ortiz before Forrest Griffin beat him by decision.

After a two-year absence from the sport he signed with Bellator MMA in 2014 and won his first two fights, submitting Alexander Shlemenko before claiming a split decision win over Stephan Bonnar.

‘The Huntington Beach Bad Boy’ landed a shot at the light-heavyweight title with those wins, but he was tapped out inside a round by Liam McGeary.

In his final Bellator bout he submitted Chael Sonnen and since that night he has won two ‘freakshow’ fights.

He knocked out a washed up Chuck Liddell in their trilogy fight for Golden Boy Promotions in 2018, before submitting professional wrestling star Alberto El Patron on a Combate Americas card.

Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz FAQs

Where can I watch the Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz live stream?

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Where is Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz taking place?

Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz is taking place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood in Hollywood, Florida on September 11.



Silva was a renowned striker in MMA and has showcased some skill when trying his hand at boxing.

Ortiz was never known for his striking and has never boxed before, so Silva could score a knockout win here.

Best Bet: Silva by KO/TKO Winner $1.61 at Ladbrokes Australia - 2 Units
Value Bet: Silva Rounds 1-4 Round Group Betting $2.40 at Neds - 1 Unit

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