Charles David “Chuck” Liddell was born on December 17, 1969, and an American MMA and UFC lightweight Champion. He’s retired from all formats of fighting, but his students are following his legacy. He played in American Kenpo, Karate, kickboxing, and MMA fighter as an aggressive player. His nickname is Iceman. On July 10, 2009, he was introduced to UFC Hall Of Fame. Liddell is associated with John Hackleman and The Pit fight team for the sponsorship. His brother also fights as an MMA in WEC.
Liddell was born in California and was raised up by his mother and grandfather. Liddell’s grandfather taught him boxing techniques at a very young age. He played football for his school team and wrestling as well, but later on after joining the College his interest diverted from boxing to MMA.
He made his UFC debut in 1998 at UFC 17 in Mobile, Alabama with the first win. In his second match, he faced the living Brazilian legend, Jose Pele Landi-johns at an event in Brazil. He was so confident for the won, and despite being an underdog in his opponent’s home country, he won the match against the great player via decision. That was the beginning of fame for him, and he knew it that he proved the world wrong. In 2002 he was considered the UFC No 1 player when he defeated Couture In UFC lightweight Champion. Liddell enters the Pride 2003 Middleweight Grand Prix tournament as the UFC representative. He won against Muay Thai the specialist but then lost to Quinton Rampage Jackson. He ranked as 5th Dan Black Belt American. His kickboxing record is 20 wins in 22 matches, and the MMA record is 21 wins in 29 matches.
His net worth is 14 million dollars. The source of income is the salary of UFC/ MMA, Kickboxing, sponsorships, commentary, and training schools.