THE ICE AGE: The Story of Chuck Liddell, the First UFC Superstar

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  • Published on:  Monday, May 27, 2019
  • Chuck Liddell connected, with knockout punches and with fans around the world, like no UFC fighter before him, and became the UFC’s first true crossover superstar.

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  • fjinnw

    fjinnw

     3 hours ago

    Champion

  • Megan Ziegler

    Megan Ziegler

     4 hours ago

    Imagine being the first Boyfriend brought home to meet Daddy by his girls lol. Yikes.

  • Jake Martinez

    Jake Martinez

     7 hours ago +1

    I’m not kidding I just met chuck 😂

  • Gerry Fkno

    Gerry Fkno

     7 hours ago

    Much love and respect for Chuck. Always and forever. Well deserved Hall of Fame fighter

  • Harry Sachs

    Harry Sachs

     7 hours ago

    Also you have to have the genetic make-up to fight. Like any athlete, you build and hone your skills on top of your natural ability. Some people just aren’t physically and mentally meant to fight.

  • Nathan Machen

    Nathan Machen

     8 hours ago

    Ice man always a true champion and was great seeing him fight and will go down as one of the greatest mma fighters in history.

  • ХХХ AMATЕUR SЕХ VIDЕO - СLIСК НЕRЕ

    ХХХ AMATЕUR SЕХ VIDЕO - СLIСК НЕRЕ

     12 hours ago

    Astonishing video production, I like it to much .... Unbeatable part is 1:27. I upload one dancing, Pls check and comment what you think 💗 💚 ❣

  • sam mhel

    sam mhel

     yesterday

    my IDOL!!!

  • Cress & Flowers

    Cress & Flowers

     2 days ago

    UFC Beast.

  • Jonas Hepler

    Jonas Hepler

     2 days ago

    Hey. You can never leave Hendo (Dan Henderson) off that list.

  • Jonathan brooks

    Jonathan brooks

     2 days ago

    Man I wish I could like this video so many more times then once. 😃

  • DLynn H

    DLynn H

     2 days ago

    Man oh man oh #Iceman. How many people can #UFC #undisputed #lightheavyweight #champion? Well there’s a good many. But who can add #actor and #wonderfulHusband #wondefuldaddy. Very few. Congrats on them all Chuck. God has blessed you my friend.

  • Chief9-10

    Chief9-10

     2 days ago

    Miss me some Chuck Liddell guy was what a champion represents.#ThePit

  • Nick Hutchman

    Nick Hutchman

     3 days ago

    Too bad anybody can ko him now lol

  • Anthony Arista

    Anthony Arista

     3 days ago

    Onestly I feel back then everyone wanted to make money but they realy cared about fighting everyone that was the best to be the best now everyone just wants to get what they want or dont fightand throw a fit in my opinion

  • Riley Self

    Riley Self

     3 days ago

    Chuck is the greatest of all time!

  • Nasir Kazem

    Nasir Kazem

     4 days ago

    My Respect Chuck Liddell 🙏🏽

  • DropSixteenTV Tv

    DropSixteenTV Tv

     5 days ago

    One of the first stars and Dana White paid him PEANUTS. To this day they're still over working and underpaying ppl. Then when you don't go with the program, they chastise you and try to discredit you like they're doing Tito.

  • Agente de Bienes Raíces Inversión segura

    Agente de Bienes Raíces Inversión segura

     5 days ago

    Thanks for the video, he lost those fights because he was boxing 🥊 not fighting UFC style, not all the rocks are made of the same materia, anyway he is the greatest of all of them, and he achieved all he wanted to achieve. Thanks for your experience Chuck

  • Ironheart73

    Ironheart73

     5 days ago

    This man was considered as the Mike Tyson of MMA. He had charisma and a very entertaining fighting style. Unfortunately he started partying a lot. Even when he was on training. He would go to the clubs the night before a fight for crying out loud. Sometimes he would be so out of shape, he actually went to a fight with a beer belly. Another thing is that this guy barely tried to evolve as a fighter. He got into the sport when MMA was very young. Back then fighters fought in a style they were comfortable with and just tried to make it work against other styles. I.e. if you were a boxer, youd fight mostly with your fists and worked on punches to counter take down attempts. If you were a wrestler you avoided fighting on your feet where you are totally out of your element. But in recent years many fighters tried to be more well-rounded. I.e. Silva though from a BJJ background really practiced on his boxing, and GSP from a Karate Background really dedicated to Jiu Jitsu. Lidell though has a wrestling background, and had good take down defense always liked to fight standing up with his fists way down his waist. This is why he became way too easy to figure out.

    Sadly I really wanted Lidell to have more longevity, because unlike Ortiz who was a douchebag, he was really a likeable champion. And we can not deny that his presence helped the UFC move to mainstream. Back then it was recognized nothing more but human cockfighting. It also broke my heart to see Ortiz KO him, when in their primes Ortiz avoided meeting him in the octagon like a plague.