Tito was supposed to fight Mark Coleman. coleman pulled out of their UFC 106 fight because of a torn MCL and said he would like to reschedule the fight.
Tito wrote on his Twitter “Coleman, coleman, coleman too bad he sissies out!!! Who’s next??? I’m kicking someone’s ass on Nov 21st!”
According to 5thRound.com, Coleman’s manager Mike DiSabato ripped back at Tito with “The only thing Coleman is afraid of when it comes to Tito is contracting swine flu from that dirty ass d-bag. We all know where he lays his head down at night. Tito wants to get personal with a legend? OK, let’s get personal – we can all go to our porn collections and watch what Tito sleeps with night after night.”
Ouch, what a scum bag. How dare he attack OUR Jenna Jameson, the mother of Tito’s twin boys. That’s just low.
Jenna has some things to say about the whole thing on her Twitter page–
i am sad to see that Mark Coleman must rely on his mouthpiece to do his cleanup work for dropping out…
He feels that taking personal stabs at my character, will help him get a payday with Tito
Lets keep it in the octagon, Coleman…. shall we?
I chuckle at the fact that Titos opponents are so desperate, that they need to say terrible things about me… go ice you knee, mark
Its a sad day in MMA, when a fighter and his “manager” attacks a new mommy in order to get attention. – wish him luck with rehab…
lol… just reading “whatever his name is’s” apology to me… lol! someone needs attention!
i think all fighters should focus on the fight they are participating in.. what do – have to do with it? Tito can say what he wants!
Disabato apologizes sorta… (from FighersOnlyMagazine.co.uk)
…“When I said what I said, I was very emotional. It was me responding without thinking, and that’s not really my style,” the businessman said. “Where that came from was, I have been a friend of Mark Coleman for over 20 years, we were in college together, and I just jumped right in to defend him. I feel he deserves a lot of respect for his achievements in this sport and I feel he does not always get the respect that he deserves.” “But in retrospect I should not have made those comments. It is not my style to talk about another man’s wife like that and it is not something that we want associated with Mark Coleman. Those comments were mine and not Mark’s but it is still not the kind of thing this sport is about. “The sport should be about two athletes competing against each other and showing respect to each other. I acted emotionally, not rationally, and it was not really appropriate as Mark’s associate, as a manager and as a fan of the sport.”…