Chuck Liddell Vs Tito Ortiz 3 Pay-Per-View Prices Lowered

If you’re planning on buying Golden Boy’s November 24th’s trilogy clash between Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz then we’ve got some good news – the price of the pay-per-view has just been lowered significantly.

The original price was a surprisingly steep $49.99, but it’s now been lowered to $39.99. Even better, if you book the event from’s app during a period on Black Friday you can get it for just $19.99.

That’s great for fights fans, but perhaps says a lot about the level of interest in the fight between the two aging veterans, with the 48-year-old Liddell coming out of retirement after eight years with only one win from his previous six fights, while the 42-year-old Ortiz has also been retired for the best part of two years after a 3-1 run in Bellator.

it hasn’t helped that training footage of Liddell has left significant doubts about whether he’s evn a shadow of the fighter he once was, while it’s hard to forget that Ortiz has been riddled with injuries over the years and had said previously that he’d absolutely made the right decision to retire last year.

Meanwhile, the Liddell Vs Ortiz 3 pay-per-view card is somewhat underwhelming, featuring a fight between Tom Lawlor and Deron Winn in the co-main event, with really the only other notable bout being Gleison Tibau Vs Efrain Escudero.

Still, perhaps the new price point will help pay-per-view sales and make Golden Boy’s first foray into the world of mixed martial arts a success after all.

Ross launched MMA Insight (previously in 2009 as a way to channel his passion for the sport of mixed martial arts. He's since penned countless news stories and live fight reports along with dozens of feature articles as the lead writer for the site, reaching millions of fans in the process.