Charles David “Chuck” Liddell was a Mixed Martial Artists, who is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. Chuck Liddell retired from the sport, and on July 10, 2009 he was inducted into the Ultimate Fighting Championship Hall of Fame. Chuck holds the record for the most knock-outs in the UFC. Chuck Liddell is being the person responsible for introducing Mixed Martial Arts to America, and making it the sport it is today. Chuck started training Koei-Kan karate when he was twelve years old. He started wrestling in high school, which he excelled in. Chuck liked to visit the Isla Vista area in California. This area is known for college students and drinking, and Chuck often was found fighting in this area.

Chuck made his UFC debut in 1998 where he fought against Noe Hernandez where he won that fight. Chuck was considered the number one contender in the UFC Light Heavyweight division in 2002. Chuck continued to fight for many years, and with many wins. Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell retired from the UFC on December 29, 2010.

Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell is known for his big involvement in many charity organizations. His charity events include:
ULTI-MAN: The ULTI-MAN is a 5k charity run that raises money for the Three Square Food Bank, ONE DROP, The Gay and Lesbian Community Center, and the Boys & Girls Club in Southern Nevada. Chuck Liddell participated in the ULTI-MAN 5k charity run to help raise money for these charities.

Boys & Girls Club: Chuck Liddell enjoys raising money for the Boys & Girls Club in California. He recently played flag football with several other celebrities including Chris Brown, Wale, and Trey Songz to raise money for the organization.

Get Rad for Ray: Chuck Liddell joined Tony Hawk and other celebrities to raise money at the Get Rad for Ray event. The event was presented by the Endless Grind that would celebrate the legacy and life of Ray Underwill, an all-time great skateboarder.

BIC 4 Good: The BIC 4 Good supports the non-profit organization that assist youths in their communities. Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell shaved his iconic mow hawk for the charity. He had the mow hawk for eighteen years, but didn’t mind doing it for the organization.

Chuck  is married to Heidi Northcott. Heidi grew up in Huntington Beach, California. She is a professional poker player. Chuck proposed to Heidi in 2010, and they married in 2011. The couple have two children, a son Charles David Liddell Jr. and a girl, Guinevere. Chuck’s brother Sean currently is a Mixed Martial Arts, and competes in the WEC. Chuck also has a sister named Laura, and another brother named Dan.

Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell may be retired from the UFC, but he is keeping himself busy. He is part owner in two bars in Nebraska, and he has his own clothing and memorabilia store online. Chuck also coaches fighters on The Ultimate Fighter, and was Tito Ortiz’s coach.

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