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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 17 December 1969Santa Barbara, California, USA
Birth NameCharles David Liddell
Nickname The Iceman
Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Chuck Liddell was born on December 17, 1969 in Santa Barbara, California, USA as Charles David Liddell. He is known for his work on Kick-Ass 2 (2013), Drillbit Taylor (2008) and UFC 47: It's On! (2004).

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Trivia (10)

Knocked out Tito Ortiz at UFC 47: It's On. The two were supposed to fight at UFC 43, but Tito refused to fight Chuck, so Randy Couture stepped in and beat Chuck for the Interim Light-Heavyweight championship. After defeating Tito in the next UFC for the undisputed title, former contenders Chuck and Tito squared off against each other, Chuck winning by knockout in the second round. They eventually fought again at UFC 66, and Chuck knocked him out again, this time in the third round.
Knocked out Vernon 'Tiger' White at UFC 49: Unfinished Business. He cracked his orbital bone with a straight-right hand.
Trains with John Hackelman at The Pit.
At UFC 52, he fought Randy Couture for the Light-Heavyweight championship. Couture had beaten Liddell at UFC 43 and this was the rematch after the two men had appeared as coaches on the first season of the UFC reality TV series The Ultimate Fighter. Liddell became the first and only man to ever knock Randy Couture out, successfully winning the Light-Heavyweight championship in just two minutes of the first round. The rubber match occurred the next year at UFC 57 where Liddell knocked out Randy Couture again, this time in the second round.
Got TKO'd by 'Quinton Rampage Jackson' in Pride FC 2003. When they re-matched at UFC 71 for Liddell's Light-Heavyweight championship, Jackson was able to defeat Liddell a second time, this time by knockout in just under two minutes of the first round.
Knocked out Jeremy Horn at UFC 54 to retain the Light Heavyweight Championship. This was a revenge match for Liddell, who had lost to Jeremy Horn at UFC 19.
His current MMA record is 21-5 with 13 (T)KOs.
Was very close to lose his fight against MMA legend Jose "Pelé" Landi-Jons in International Vale Tudo Championship 6 in Curitiba, Brazil. Liddell was knocked-out 3 times in the head by Pelé' with punches, knees strikes and high kicks. Liddell managed to keep going after Pelé allowed him to recover from each strikes. At the end of the bout, Liddell won by decision on points.
Wrestled at Cal Poly University - San Luis Obispo.
Engaged to Heidi Liddell [November 12, 2010].

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