Here it is.
This is an excerpt from an interview with Pat Miletich. He was asked about the infamous street fight between Ortiz and Lee Murray, this is what he had to say about it.
I've seen this topic brought up before, and this will shed some light on actually what happened.
Question: MMA legend has it that Tito Ortiz and Lee Murray got into a fight outside of a nightclub follwing UFC 38 in London in 2002. According to rumors, you and Matt Hughes had to break up the fight. Is that story true, and if so, who came out the winner?
Miletich: Lee Murray knocked him out. Tito came after Lee. It was something that should've never happened; it was a scuffle outside of a nightclub. A friend of Tito's jumped on my back goofing around-- who is actually a real nice guy, we get along. And he was just goofing around, jumped on my back and acted like he was choking me from behind and one of my fighters, Tony Fryklund, thought that he was actually attacking me and put him in a choke from behind and ripped him off my back. Well, I turned around and saw who it was, I told my fighter, "No, let him go" and right when my fighter let him go, he (Ortiz's friend) turned around and asked my fighter "What the hell are you doing?" And then one of the guys from London, who is a friend of Lee Murray's, thought that the guy was actually causing problems and punched him and knocked him out. Then a big brawl started out of it; it was complete confusion. When the brawl started Tito took off his jacket and went after Lee, which, you know, he was just trying to defend his friend, and threw a punch at Lee and missed and then Lee hit him with a combo and knocked him out. He kicked him a couple of times, and I pushed Lee away from him to stop the fight and Tony Frykland helped Tito up to his feet