Chuck Liddell is the most notable KO artist to step into the Octagon™ and was able to rule the light heavyweight division for over two years. Take a closer look at what makes Liddell one of the most dangerous fighters in the history of the UFC.
At one time the two most recognizable faces of MMA were pitted against each other with the light heavyweight title at stake. In this fight, former champion Tito Ortiz takes on “The Iceman”, Chuck Liddell.
The trifecta bout of this legendary series: The paths of Randy Couture and Chuck Liddell have once again converged for a Light Heavyweight Championship bout. Who will win this rubber match and have the final bragging rights?
Chuck Liddell is possibly the most feared KO artist in UFC history. The unorthodox punching style of “The Iceman” was an undeniable force on his way to the title. Watch Liddell at the pinnacle of his career in this title defense.
Two of the biggest names in MMA and icons of the sport collide at UFC 79 as Chuck Liddell and Wanderlei Silva finally square off. Both fighters are coming off back-to-back losses and want to get back on track for the 205lb. title.
On this episode of Cribs, sultry songstress Joss Stone gives us a gander at her cozy England flat.
Chuck Liddell and Randy Couture battled it out for the third and final time with the UFC Light Heavyweight Title on the line. It was Liddell emerging from the Octag victorious after a second-round knockout.
With a drop to the light heavyweight division, Randy 'The Natural' Couture reinvented himself and stunned the mixed martial arts world, not only by taking on Chuck Liddell in his first 205-pound fight at UFC 43, but by beating 'The Iceman' via a decisive third round TKO.
One of the most anticipated rematches in UFC history didn't disappoint when Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz squared off at UFC 66. With the light heavyweight belt on the line the bout lasted until the third round, but had similar results to their first encounter. With Liddell again winning by TKO.
Rashad Evans stepped into the Octagon to face a focused Chuck Liddell. While Liddell was looking to take down Evans and get one step closer to the Light Heavyweight title, Evans was just looking for a win and to keep his unbeaten streak alive, and he did, with the knock out that was heard around the world.
It had been a long time coming for Chuck Liddell, seven years to be exact. But after a series of disappointments and near-misses, 'The Iceman' finally gets a light heavyweight world championship after a stirring first round knockout of Randy Couture in the main event of UFC 52.
Chuck Liddell stepped back into the Octagon after losing his UFC Light Heavyweight title to Quinton Jackson at UFC 71. Keith Jardine was also trying to get back on the winning track after being upset by Houston Alexander, also at UFC 71. Both fighters come into this fight looking for answers but in the end only one saw himself back in the hunt for the 205 lb title. And it wasn't Liddell.
It was the grudge match to end all grudge matches, a packed house saw Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz finally get it on in the main event of UFC 47 after months of Tito avoiding to sign to the fight. Yet after only five minutes and 38 seconds, it was 'The Iceman' who was left standing, as he emphatically stopped the former light heavyweight champion in the second round.
Chuck Liddell had been on a tear, winning his previous 7 fights before encountering Rampage at UFC 71. The last man to beat him was Rampage Jackson when the two squared off in Pride. Liddell had revenge on his mind but Jackson wanted nothing more than to continue his winning ways over 'The Iceman'. Which he did in stunning fashion.
Coming off of 3 straight losses Wanderlei Silva was looking to get his first win inside the Octagon since 1999. Keith Jardine, however, was trying to show that his win over Chuck Liddell was no fluke and that he was the top contender at 205lbs.
Chuck 'The Iceman' Liddell earned another title shot at Randy Couture with an exciting first round stoppage of a game Vernon White at UFC 49. White continually battled back from concussive blows in that opening frame to give to Liddell as good as he got, only to be sent to defeat with a big right hand that ended matters conclusively.
The first time Chuck Liddell and Rentao Sobral squared off Liddell won with a leg kick to the head. Sobral then went on to win 10 fights in a row before getting his long awaited rematch which ended once again in the first round.
Chuck Liddell isn't most fighters, and he proved that he had a warrior's heart as he battled Brazilian star Renato 'Babalu' Sobral at UFC 40. And in the end, 'The Iceman' emerged victorious, taking out 'Babalu' with a kick to the head at 2:55 of the first round.
Chuck Liddell gave a rude welcome to Kevin Randleman in the former heavyweight champ's light heavyweight debut at UFC 31, stopping him with a left hook a mere 1:18 into the first round. This was the fight that effectively kicked off the UFC reign of 'The Iceman'.
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