The Background of UFCChuck Liddell was among the wrestlers. Liddell played a powerful part to bring the sport and he had been inducted in 2009 in the UFC Hall of Fame because of his gifts. Liddell was a handsome athlete with experience in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing and Koei-Kan Karate. The American had a comprehensive history in Kempo and has been seasoned with grappling in wrestling. Called the Iceman, he was used to struggle in the Light Heavyweight division (205 pounds). He’s an impressive record in kickboxing with 20 wins in 16 and 22 battles by knockout. His bout made him popular although Liddell won his introduction UFC struggle in Alabama against Noe Hernandez through UFC 17.
As wins over fighter such as Kevin Randleman, Jeff Monson Murilo Bustamante, Vito Belfort, Renato Sobral and Tito Ortiz followed. His moment came in a struggle against Tito Ortiz although from 2002, Liddell attained a fan base and had obtained a great deal of comments. In Ortiz was knocked on by Liddell out. Liddell was the trainer Spike TV’s reality show called The Ultimate Fighter that aired its season. The series produced UFC stars and also featured fighters competing to get a UFC contract. Liddell knocked out Randy Couture into the temple using a right hand and became the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. Veteran Jeremy Horn was faced by Liddle at a experience that saw him dominate the match with his personality. When he advised the referee he couldn’t see Horn dropped in the round. In UFC 57 Liddell defended his heavyweight championship belt and knocked out Randy Couture. Was extreme since Liddell announced his retirement following the struggle from martial arts and action packed and will probably probably be recalled. Liddell defended his title in one more time against Oritz and UFC 62 from Sobral at UFC 66. Liddell had a relationship with John Hackleman and was associated throughout his career with The Pit battle team.
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Liddell has the other two with his wife Heidi Northcott and two kids with MMA fighter Casey Noland. Liddell contains a souvenir shop apart from continued to train to the day, in town and went to college. Two pubs were also owned by Liddell and supported John McCain for United States President in 2008. Apart from a fighting career he makes guest appearances. Liddell became the UFC fighter to feature the Magazine at 2007 and has penned his autobiography Iceman: My life.