UFC’s Tito Ortiz Reveals He “Lost Everything” In The 2020 Stock Market Crash

UFC’s Tito Ortiz Reveals He “Lost Everything” In The 2020 Stock Market Crash

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz recently revealed that he experienced significant financial losses, due to the 2020 stock market crash.

Between February 20 and April 7, 2020, global stock market indexes witnessed a sharp decline as the COVID-19 pandemic triggered widespread shutdowns and economic uncertainty.
The resulting volatility led to panicked trading and substantial declines, with some indexes experiencing drops of 10% or more.

The situation reached a critical point in March 2020, when the severity of the selloffs prompted the activation of circuit breakers on the New York Stock Exchange to temporarily halt trading.

During a segment on Fox & Friends, Ortiz initially discussed border control issues before turning to his personal experience with the economic fallout from the stock market crash:

It’s not just Mexicans that are coming across the border. People don’t understand that.

There’s children trafficking, there’s drugs that are coming across.
All the cartel that are doing the things that American people don’t like, and you can see, all across the border, in Texas, Arizona, California, it’s shambles, and what the border control or, excuse me, the border patrol can’t take care of.

And it’s because of the legislation and the policies that the Biden regime is doing right now.
It’s sad for this country.

And I hope people listen to me, as a blue-collared man that has to relocate here in Florida, open my own business, Tito’s Cantina Tequila Bar & Grill, here in Cape Coral, to redo the American dream, because I lost everything after 2020.
And it’s hard for me because I’m still trying to take care of my children as a blue-collar man.

People, we need to come together, we need to make sure we make America great again.