Interesting that Tito still thinks he can be a contender in this day and age. I really don't see how. It's quite obvious that the level of athlete competing in MMA now has risen. Now more than ever it is important to have a well rounded game. One dimensional fighters seem to be falling to the more well rounded athletes. Those who improve their shortcomings (such as Serra and Karo) succeed, whereas those that do not (Randleman) fail.
Tito's striking is sub pas, we haven't seen much of his jiu-jitsu, and his wrestling skills seem to have deteriorated. How in the world can he expect to compete at the top level anymore?