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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  • Mister T
    Mister T  49 minutes ago

    It was painful to watch him pull out his phone when he got emotional.

  • barryh122
    barryh122  21 hours ago

    The best of the best 💖 always loved the way of fight from him. A legend

  • Carlos Castanheiro
    Carlos Castanheiro  22 hours ago

    Thank you Champ.

  • soulless
    soulless  yesterday

    Best part is that he seems like a genuinely really awesome guy. Much respect to him.

  • TheGamerMK
    TheGamerMK  yesterday

    he looks quite good but i dont think its fair for them to allow him the use of nuclear weapons

  • Pin Cushion
    Pin Cushion  2 days ago

    What was more of an upset is the 3rd Tito fight it shouldn't of happened being well past it....still one of my top 3 fighters tho

  • Jorma Turkenburg
    Jorma Turkenburg  2 days ago

    The heart of this guy. Damn. Great video!

  • jessica green
    jessica green  3 days ago

    Me and my father has not got much in common but the only thing we have in common is Chuck Liddell he got cancer now and hey Beat It he's doing good still got it a little bit though and we never saw eye-to-eye but when Chuck Liddell was fighting we watched it together and that's one thing that we got along the whole time we watched it so I know he won't see this but I want to thank Chuck Liddell for everything he done for the sport he is a real man and a real fighter

  • Henk X
    Henk X  4 days ago

    thats a ton of drama for a fighter who. just. grew. too. old.

  • Avelardo Bermudez-Magaña

    Connor McGregor is the type of pussy to take chucks credit for UFC s success.. But this is the MAN that put UFC on the map for a lot of people.. Connors just Danas Bitch

  • Keith Petersen
    Keith Petersen  6 days ago

    Chuck was a class act.

  • brk49er
    brk49er  6 days ago

    I've watched UFC since the very beginning and every fighter has that day coming, when he just isn't as quick, not as explosive, loses that step, its hard to watch happen.

  • Jerald Hite
    Jerald Hite  7 days ago

    Great Coach he cares for his fighters!

  • Jerald Hite
    Jerald Hite  7 days ago

    Best all time ufc fighter!!

  • nifou ghazi
    nifou ghazi  7 days ago

    Old schol

  • Alfonso Ramos
    Alfonso Ramos  7 days ago

    The OG ice man

  • Uncl Dolan
    Uncl Dolan  7 days ago

    I wonder how he looks these days, he was great but alcohol and cocaine got the better of him.

  • Allen Newlin
    Allen Newlin  7 days ago

    When I met Chuck I was so scared to approach him and ask for a selfie with him. He was so cool to me even though he was eating and waiting for a connecting flight in Phoenix. I'm not a little guy at 5'11" 200 lbs but I felt tiny to him. He had to duck down so low to be in the picture with me! Hahaha great moment!

  • Mr BlepBlopBlup
    Mr BlepBlopBlup  7 days ago

    i got hooked to ufc after hearing about a bad motherfucker named chuck lidell.....truely a great

  • MindTreat
    MindTreat  7 days ago

    Someone should make a good comedy movie, and make Chuck and Michael Rooker play brothers that are trying to win back something by entering a fighting championship.