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Official Matt Hughes Version Of Lee Murray Knocking Out Tito Ortiz In A Real Street Fight

Below is an excerpt (provided by The Sun) of Matt Hughes new biography entitled “Made In America”. In the excerpt to follow, Hughes is relaying a story told to him by Pat Miletich:

“Are you serious?” I asked Pat.

“Hold on, it gets even better. The entire alley erupted into a huge brawl. I was just standing there, and there were bodies flying all over the place.”

“I was confused how it all happened, because it happened so fast. I was standing there with my mouth open like ‘what the hell is going on?’

“I looked over and Chuck Liddell was with his back against the wall, knocking people out that were trying to go after him.”

“Then I looked over and there’s Tito directly past me, taking his coat off, going after Lee Murray, and Lee Murray’s backing up the alley taking his jacket off.”

“Both their jackets come off, and Tito throws a left hook at Lee Murray and misses, and right as he missed, Lee Murray counters with, like, a five-punch combo, landed right on the chin, and knocked Tito out. OUT.”

“Tito fell face-first down to the ground, and then Lee Murray stomped him on the face a couple of times with his boots.”

“Then Tony Fryklund and I grabbed Lee and pushed Lee and said ‘Get out of here!’ And Lee said ‘I’m sorry, I’ll see you later,’ and took off. And Tony Fryklund helped Tito to his feet.”