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Tito Ortiz plans to leave MMA and calls July 4th his last fight with either Griffin or Liddell as his final opponent.
Tito Ortiz is leaving UFC and hopes for a final fight on July 4th. The “Huntington Beach Bad Boy” who recently suffered a TKO loss to Nogueira announced his plans on Sunday and wants either Chuck Liddell or Forrest Griffin as his final opponent.Read the rest of the article »
Matt Hughes is not yet ready to leave the Octagon, but a "Chuck Liddell job" looks appealing.
UFC Hall of Fame inductee, Matt Hughes, admits that he’s not quite ready to leave the sport that paid his bills for the past 13 years. However, his family has a different opinion on what should happen after his UFC 135 match against Josh Koscheck. But while Matt Hughes insists that the UFC 135 result will not determine his choice, he said that UFC President – Dana White – offered a job where he could “stick around and get paid to do nothing.”
However, that doesn’t mean that Matt Hughes is ready to take the position just yet. His love for action, the hunger to be the best, the camaraderie of his teammates and training partners are still one of his source of joy in every aspect of MMA. But he also admits that the 21-second loss against BJ Penn at UFC 123 made him consider all possibilities. Regardless, he wants nothing more than to end his career on the strength of a win. Still, he hopes that his competitive drive doesn’t led him into hanging around too long.Read the rest of the article »
UFC's newest gym in Corona, California will be open to the public soon, as it aims to promote fitness and better lifestyle for the people.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship will open its newest gym in Corona, California this Saturday, May 14, at 10:00 am. UFC icons such as Chuck Liddell, BJ Penn, Urijah Faber, Octagon Girl – Arianny Celeste – and PRIDE’s Kenda Perez will be present in the event. Also in attendance are the UFC executives and officials of Corona City.
Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, different programs such as Expo Kick Off featuring Reed Harris and Chuck Liddell, Q&A portion at Stage by Urijah Faber, autograph signing and more will take place until 10:00 pm. Dana White expressed that he is excited to open UFC’s third gym which will raise the bar in the fitness industry. UFC Gym Senior Vice President, Adam Sedlack, insisted that they are promoting the innovative feature facilities of UFC gym in Corona. He also added that the families, local businesses and Corona’s entire community will experience what UFC Gym is all about in this event.Read the rest of the article »
Good news to all UFC fans! Fighting Insider got a list of upcoming UFC 128 events for all of you. Go, check it out.
Before UFC 128: Shogun vs Jones takes action on March 19, a couple of fan events are coming up. Check out the list after the break, and be sure visit frequently as Fighting Insider updates you with more UFC 128 fan events.
The UFC 128: Shogun vs Jones will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, and will air live on pay-per-view at 10:00 pm ET/ 7:00 pm PT.Read the rest of the article »
He doesn't only fight. He can also act and dance. In this week's edition of MMA Hall of Fame, Chuck "Iceman" Liddell takes the spotlight.
UFC’s Hall of Fame inductee, Chuck Liddell, was born Charles David Liddell on December 17, 1969. He has a striking background in Kempo, Koei-Kan Karate, Kickboxing, and grappling background in collegiate wrestling. His record in Kickboxing is 20-2, with 16 of his wins coming via knockout. Together with Matt Hughes and Randy Couture, Chuck Liddell has the most fights in UFC with 23 and is also widely credited for bringing Mixed Martial Arts in the mainstream of American sports.
Chuck Liddell began studying Koei-kan at 12 years old. And while growing up in Santa Barbara, he often visit the Del Playa Drive. The Del Playa Drive is infamous as the middle of the party scene of the Isla Vista college town. It was in that college town that Chuck Liddell often finds himself fighting with drunk college students.Read the rest of the article »
The Ultimate Fighting Championships pro Chuck Liddell is pondering a future wanting of mixed martial arts or a future replete with brawl battles.
To retire or to run for another light-heavyweight title–that is the question. The question whose answer still evades Chuck Liddell. Although it is all up to his choice.
Here is a glimpse of the veteran’s dilemma: “I don’t feel like there’s anything left to prove. I still love fighting, but there’s a lot that goes into it. Maybe it might be time. I’m just not sure yet.”
It could be that these thoughts of resting from the sport has been provoked by UFC president Dana White’s urging for him to retire.
Liddell currently commented on this in an interview. The fighter has been running a PR tour for the last couple of months. To retire or not to retire: the answer, he said, will be an emotional decision. This will include his self-assessment of his remaining prowess. He ended by giving himself a probable due date: I’ll probably decide sometime in September, when I have time to relax.”View Article Source »
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