UFC great Chuck Liddell lets interviewer feel his LEGENDARY power
UFC Hall of Famer, Chuck Liddell, is no doubt one of the greatest UFC fighters of all-time. During his title reign, Liddell’s fan-pleasing, power punching style electrified audiences and most certainly played a factor in helping the sport blow up and get to where it is today.
In the video below of a recent interview from YouTube channel, Valuetainment, we see Chuck let an unfortunate soul feel his legendary punching power, as he punches the interviewer after the interview concludes, as per his request (for some strange reason).
Although the recipient of the punch is wearing headgear and Chuck isn’t punching at quite 100%, you can still see that it is quite a solid punch (especially on the second dude he hits) due to the guy’s head getting snapped back.
Guys with heavy hands who possess knockout power like Chuck Liddell don’t always have to put everything into a punch for it to hurt and do damage. Plenty of times in Chuck’s legendary career, he knocked dudes out with punches that didn’t look like they had a whole lot behind them, like his knockout victory over Vernon ‘Tiger’ White at UFC 49, for instance.
Prior to Chuck punching the interviewer in the video below, they talked about some pretty interesting stuff too and Chuck went into great detail about his lengthy street fighting background when he was growing up, and he even gives his opinion on UFC megastar Conor McGregor and how he feels about his recent antics.
Chuck also touches upon a possible comeback which he has been considering and has been in the news as of late. Check it out in the video below.
ABOUT CHUCK LIDDELL:
Charles David Liddell (born December 17, 1969) is an American retired mixed martial artist and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. He has an extensive striking background in Kempo, Karate, and Kickboxing, as well as a grappling background in collegiate wrestling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. A professional competitor from 1998 until 2010, Liddell had 23 fights in the UFC; along with Randy Couture, he is widely credited for bringing MMA into the mainstream of American sports and entertainment. On July 10, 2009, he was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. [Source: Wiki]