Chuck Liddell "The Iceman"Add fighter to favorites
|Pro Record:||21-8-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)|
|Height:||6 Feet. 2 Inch(es).|
|Out of:||San Luis Obispo, State|
|Born:||Santa Barbara, California|
In The News
- Liddell on Jones: I have the right to my opinion
- Hackleman to Jones: Don't be a douchebag, it's unChristian
- Liddell: I couldn’t tell you how many people I've knocked out
- Liddell: I'd have knocked out Jones in my prime, Glover will too
- Liddell: Chael self-promotion bad, Jones should have fought Chael
Chuck Liddell's Professional Record
|06/12/2010||Loss||Rich Franklin||UFC 115: Liddell vs. Franklin||KO Strike||1||4:55|
|04/18/2009||Loss||Mauricio Rua||UFC 97: Redemption||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||1||4:28|
|09/06/2008||Loss||Rashad Evans||UFC 88: Breakthrough||KO Strike||2||1:51|
|12/29/2007||Win||Wanderlei Silva||UFC 79: Nemesis||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|NSF||09/22/2007||Loss||Keith Jardine||UFC 76: Knock-Out||Decision Split Decision||3|
|05/26/2007||Loss||Quinton Jackson||UFC 71: Liddell vs Jackson||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||1||1:53|
|12/30/2006||Win||Tito Ortiz||UFC 66: Liddell vs. Ortiz 2||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||3||3:59|
|08/26/2006||Win||Renato Sobral||UFC 62: Liddell vs. Sobral||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||1||1:35|
|02/04/2006||Win||Randy Couture||UFC 57: Liddell vs Couture 3||KO||2||1:28|
|08/20/2005||Win||Jeremy Horn||UFC 54: Boiling Point||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage||4||2:46|
|04/16/2005||Win||Randy Couture||UFC 52: Couture vs. Liddell 2||KO||1||2:06|
|08/21/2004||Win||Vernon White||UFC 49: Unfinished Business||TKO/RSC||1||4:05|
|04/02/2004||Win||Tito Ortiz||UFC 47: It's On||TKO/RSC||2|
|NSF||11/09/2003||Loss||Quinton Jackson||Pride: Final Conflict 2003||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||2||3:10|
|NSF||08/10/2003||Win||Alistair Overeem||Pride: Total Elimination 2003||KO Strikes||1||3:09|
|06/06/2003||Loss||Randy Couture||UFC 43: Meltdown||TKO/RSC||3||2:47|
|11/22/2002||Win||Renato Sobral||UFC 40: Vendetta||TKO/RSC||1||2:59|
|06/22/2002||Win||Vitor Belfort||UFC 37.5: As Real As It Gets||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|NSF||01/11/2002||Win||Amar Suloev||UFC 35: Throwdown||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|NSF||09/28/2001||Win||Murilo Bustamante||UFC 33: Victory in Vegas||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|NSF||05/27/2001||Win||Guy Mezger||Pride 14: Clash of the Titans||KO Punch||2||2:21|
|05/04/2001||Win||Kevin Randleman||UFC 31: Locked and Loaded||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||1||1:18|
|NSF||12/16/2000||Win||Jeff Monson||UFC 29: Defense of the Belts||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|NSF||07/18/2000||Win||Steve Heath||International Fighting Championship: Warriors Challenge 9||KO Kick to the Head||2||5:39|
|NSF||09/24/1999||Win||Paul Jones||UFC 22: There Can Be Only One Champion||TKO/RSC Doctor Stoppage from a Cut||1||3:35|
|NSF||03/31/1999||Win||Kenneth Williams||Neutral Grounds 11||Submission Rear Naked Choke||1||3:35|
|NSF||03/05/1999||Loss||Jeremy Horn||UFC 19: Young Guns||KO Choked Unconscious from an Arm Triangle Choke||1||12:00|
|NSF||08/23/1998||Win||Jose Landi-Jons||International Vale Tudo Championship 6: The Challenge||Decision Unanimous Decision||1|
|NSF||05/15/1998||Win||Noe Hernandez||UFC 17: Redemption||Decision Unanimous Decision||1|
|:||Bout results verified by an official State, Tribal, Provincial, or Municipal Commission.|
|NSF:||Non Sanctioned Fight|
|* :||For a variety of reasons, including weight disparity and the demands of entertainment, Exhibition Bouts are held, in which the contest is unscripted and hard fought, but the results do not count on a fighter's Official Record.|
|NC:||Fight Declared No Contest|
Titles Held by Chuck Liddell:Ultimate Fighting Championship - Light-heavyweight (186-205) Champion
Striking - Chuck Liddell is considered one of the best strikers presently competing in the sport. He is a proven Kickboxer possessing lethal punches, powerful kicks, and devastating knees. The Iceman is like a silent killer, whose overhand looping right punch can end a match in an instant. Liddell's punches, namely his straight right, are his strong suit and they often earn him the victory.
Grappling - Though he is primarily a striker, Liddell has a strong background as a wrestler from both High School and College. He is good at maneuvering on the ground against decent grapplers and has a great sprawl that many talented wrestlers have struggled against. Liddell also possesses an uncanny ability to get back to his feet when taken down.
Submission - Liddell has done some submission training and focuses on the leg lock when he cannot knock his opponent out. It is reported that Chuck Liddell holds a Purple Belt in Jiu-Jitsu. Though he is able, Liddell seldom tries to submit or even shoot in on an opponent.
Strengths - Liddell's obvious strength is his striking ability, but he is also a well rounded fighter. He can do it all pretty well.
Weaknesses - Liddell has proven to be a stereotypical striker, he is extremely dangerous early on in fights if he can keep it standing. In the past, the "Iceman" has shown a tendency to melt as the fight progresses, but this no longer appears to be a factor. Although Liddell's cardio has improved by leaps and bounds over the years, he occasionally finds it difficult to put opponents away as the fight goes on.
Conclusion - Chuck Liddell is presently at the top of the food chain in the UFC Light Heavyweight division. With victories over opponents such as Kevin Randleman, Guy Mezger, Murilo Bustamante, Vitor Belfort, Renato Sobral, Alistair Overeem, Tito Ortiz, Vernon White, Randy Couture and Jeremy Horn, there is no arguing that Chuck Liddell is one of the best the sport has to offer.
Defeats Noe Hernandez at 'UFC 17'
Gets a decision victory over Jeff Monsoon at 'UFC 29'
Defeats Kevin Randleman by knockout at 'UFC 31'
Knocks out Guy Mezger at 'Pride 14'
Beats Murilo Bustamante by decision at 'UFC 33'
Gets a decision victory over Vitor Belfort at 'UFC 37.5' to become the number one contender for the UFC Light Heavyweight Title
Knocks out Renato Sobral at 'UFC 40'
Gets a KO victory over Alistair Overeem at the 'Pride Grand Prix 2003 - Total Elimination' event
Knocks out Tito Ortiz at 'UFC 47'
Knocks out Vernon White at 'UFC 49'
Knocks out Randy Couture at 'UFC 52' to become the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion
Scores a TKO victory over Jeremy Horn at 'UFC 54' to successfully defend his UFC Light Heavyweight title for the first time
Defeats Renato Sobral to successfully defend his UFC Light Heavyweight title.
Defeats Tito Ortiz to successfully defend his UFC Light Heavyweight title.