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Jenna Jameson’s whopper whizzinator of a claim

By Zach Arnold | May 30, 2013

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It started out this way on Thursday afternoon:

Which led to two pictures being posted…

The first picture quickly drew mocking:

The second picture? Well…

The label “Anazao Health” and “Bacteriostatic Water.”

The pictures being posted promptly led to this response from Tito Ortiz online:

Full text: “The unfortunate allegations being made against me are simply not true. I would never do anything to jeopardize my family. Being a great father and protecting the well-being of my children remain my top priority. I thank my family, friends, and fans for their kind words of support at this time. For my children’s sake, I appreciate you respecting our privacy.”- Tito Ortiz

When Jenna realized that her pleas might be falling on deaf ears (despite the fact that Tito’s name was trending on Twitter), she concluded her trolling right after Tito’s statement:

Only to come back online a few hours later.

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24 Responses to “Jenna Jameson’s whopper whizzinator of a claim”

  1. 45 Huddle says:

    Nothing says total white trash like somebody who fights about their relationship/kids on social media.

  2. Jason says:

    Ya real hard core stuff there, ibuprofen, Vitamin B12 complex, BA water (can’t tell what the other two things are). Everything appears to have prescriptions. Hard to take a porn star serious in anything they say.

  3. Jay B. says:

    What the hell was she doing, those pictures are from the house Ortiz bought. So she was holding these pictures for ransom on a rainy day? A day where Tito would kick her out the house and the media would embarass her? Definitely pathetic.

  4. Chris says:

    The “Anazao Health” could be damaging from a PR stand point since their site markets HGH. Or maybe no one will care since he’s retired anyway.

  5. Jonathan says:

    I was most surprised by the Diet Coke. I expect him to be a Pepsi guy. Digging the A&W Cream Soda in the background though.

    He’s retired, who cares.

    And I always knew that someone had to be nutso to do porn. This proves it. She was damaged hard at some point in her life.

    • 45 Huddle says:

      If my Howard Stern interview memory is correct….

      Jenna was pulled into a van and gang raped when she was a teenager living in Montana….

      Hence the porn career…

  6. Jonathan says:

    And Tito’s real name is Jacob.

  7. edub says:

    Wellp, guess that whole thing about top prospects not signing with Bellator because the the Alvarez saga is wrong.

    Bubba Jenkins was just inked to Bellator on a long contract. He won’t be put into a tourney for a while. They now have two of the top prospects at BW (Shawn Bunch) and FW/LW (Bubba) in all of MMA.

    • 45 Huddle says:

      Enjoy the reading… He rips apart his manager.


      This was also his 3rd manager this year.

      The writing is still on the wall from the major camps. Sure one might slip through the cracks here or there, but may managers have come out and said they avoid Bellator.

      • edub says:

        Hell of a smoking gun there. Hell of a smoking gun.

        • Chris says:

          it is true though alot of managers seems to be pushing fighters away from Bellator.

          Problem for the UFC is they have so many guys on the roster and dont have the room to pick all these prospects up.

          So does a fighter wait around and possibly lose and never get called to the UFC or do they take a Bellator offer?

          For me the top prospects right now to keep an eye on are Lance Palmer, Doo Ho Choi, Pettis, Cejudo, Sterling, Hill, Holdsworth, Sirwan, alex Garcia.

          Hill, Holdsworth and Sirwan are all rumored to be on TUF 18, Choi seems like he is one fight away from the UFC, Palmer and Pettis are holding out for the UFC.

          Cejudo and Aljamain Sterling are the ?

          So these are the top prospects and if you notice most of them arent looking to sign with Bellator, most are either trying out for TUF or waiting for the UFC.

        • edub says:

          There’s great prospect, and then there’s top tier prospects. Bubba is top tier. The only guy on that list you put who is top tier is definitely Cejudo, a few others could have great/exceptional careers though.

          Most managers have been pushing fighters towards the UFC for years now anyway though, I don’t see any big difference there.

      • Chris says:

        also notice how many top prospects avoided Bellator and went to WSOF.

        Guys like Newell, Elvis, Chris Gruetzemacher, Rick Glenn, Justin Gaethje.

        These are fighters Bellator hasnt/couldnt sign, probably who might have signed with them a year ago.

    • Chris says:

      You cant deny that the top prospects signings have slowed down since this Alvarez thing has started to play out. Sure there are always gonna be guys who dont want to wait for the UFC but there was a time Bellator was announcing signings left and right and that isnt the case anymore.

      and I dont think Shawn Bunch is gonna be much. Its not like they signed Cejudo at 135.

      Bubba is a top LW prospect, he is NOT the best overall prospect in mma like Bjorn claimed but he is a top prospect.

      • edub says:

        Bunch is a better prospect than half the list you wrote down.

        Nothing has slowed down. Bellator is still getting top prospects here and there, but most are waiting on the UFC. Just like they have been since Bellator has been around.

        • Chris says:

          Yes it has slowed down, there was a time Bellator was announcing big signings with prospects left and right, all the Russians etc now its two prospects and UFC rejects.

        • edub says:

          That’s simply not true. They’re still getting high profile “prospects” from overseas. However, they’re not making a big deal about them anymore because they’ve realized they’re not usually panning out against their American competitors.

  8. RST says:

    I dont know aboot that one Boss? Worst blog title ever?

    So peanutheads bizarre wife person has a ding dong shaped junk machine? I do agree this should be exposed… Unfortunately…

  9. david m says:

    If anyone is interested, I wrote a blog piece comparing Fedor and Cain

  10. klown says:

    david m, nice piece, but the tasteless quip was unnecessary.

  11. liger05 says:

    She’s messed up and Tito is a dummy for thinking he coul have a happy marriage with a porn star. Dummy!!

  12. RST says:

    Whats the flesh colored thing?

    Is that the instrument?


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