Jacob Christopher [verification needed] "Tito" Ortiz aka "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" (born January 23, 1975) is an American mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter from Huntington Beach, California. As a former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion (2000-2003), Ortiz emerged as one of the sport's biggest stars, becoming 2006's hottest consistent ticket seller in the entire pay per view business,
and appearing on the covers of various magazines, such as Black Belt Magazine.
Ortiz began his martial arts career as a wrestler in his sophomore year of high school. Under coach Paul Herrera, Ortiz finished fourth in the state high school championships as a senior. Following high school, Ortiz continued his wrestling career winning a California state junior college title for Golden West College. Following his stint at Golden West, Ortiz wrestled at Cal State Bakersfield. Ortiz trained with future NCAA and world champion Stephen Neal.[citation needed&...
The Crow: Wicked Prayer was the fourth movie based on The Crow comic by James O'Barr. It was directed by Lance Mungia, inspired by the Norman Partridge novel. It had a one week theatrical premiere on June 3, 2005 at AMC Pacific Place Theatre in Seattle Washington before being released direct to video on July 19, 2005. Like the other sequels to cult movie, The Crow, it had a poor critical reception.
The polluted town of Lake Ravasu sits on the Raven Aztec reservation. The tribe is closing the toxic mine to open up a resort casino. The miners are at a breaking point, driven by the fear of losing their jobs.
Jimmy Cuervo (Edward Furlong) is a down-on-his-luck ex-con living in Lake Ravasu, a place that would run him out of town if not for the remainder of his probation.
The reason why Jimmy was in prison is because back when a high school football star tried to rape a girl from the high school, Jimmy ran to the girl's rescue and knocked the guy off of her. Jimmy started beating the guy's..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0353324