The Huntington Beach Bad Boy is now a Huntington Beach City Council member.
MMA legend Tito Ortiz dominated the competition in Tuesday's election -- clinching 1 of the 3 available City Council seats in his home town.
The 45-year-old UFC Hall of Famer finished with 34,901 votes (14.3%) -- the most amount of votes out of the 15 candidates running for the open seats.
The next closest was Dan Kalmick, Huntington Beach Planning Commissioner, who finished with 11% of the vote.
Ortiz celebrated with a small gathering in Huntington Beach -- passionately thanking the locals for supporting him.
Tito is a hardcore Trump supporter who previously told TMZ Sports he received political support from the Trump family.
Before the election, Ortiz pushed a COVID conspiracy theory -- explaining why he believes the virus was created by man and is being weaponized by "the left."
"It's population control by the left," Tito said last month on the "I Only Touch Greatness" podcast.
"They’re trying to take out all of the older people who are getting social security and so forth."
Clearly, his supporters didn't find the comment problematic -- and they came out in force to vote Tito in.