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Tito Ortiz, “Bad Boy of Huntington Beach” and MMA Hall of Famer, Just Says No to Bullying in the ‘The Orange County Register’

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 5, 2012

Using mixed martial artists seemed a good way to bring home a message to Huntington Beach High students about the dangers and impacts of bullying.

They’re famous. They’re big. They command attention. But most importantly, they’ve been bullied themselves.

Fighters Tito Ortiz and Rob McCullough, both from Huntington Beach, talked to students Tuesday at the high school as part of Santa Ana-based LA Boxing’s anti-bullying campaign.

 

 

 

(Tito Ortiz)

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