Found October 02, 2013 on Fight Hub TV:
It’s only kicking in to me now that Chuck Liddell isn’t fighting, and that I really miss the Iceman. It’s been Over three years since he lost to Rich Franklin, and obviously the sport has changed loads since that epic 1-round battle, but Chuck is still making his presence known in the world of MMA, and as a front office employee of the UFC. Chuck regularly talks about fights, and as a firmly-entrenched member of the old school, his most recent comments are about GSP and playing it safe: “I think some people make complaints about some of the champions playing it safe, I understand it, but I don’t want to watch it. I think St-Pierre is a great fighter. He’s awesome… I just don’t like watching him play safe. And he fights safe. I mean against Diaz he spiral rode him for half the fight. I don’t like watching that. “Now, for him to able to do that to guys that are at that level is impressive. But it’s not exciting to me. And the way they chose the fight. I mean ‘I’ve been beating this guy

Chuck Liddell “knocks out” Floyd Mayweather on ESPN

Well this is pretty weird. Not as weird as Nick Diaz Bboy dancing, but still a little odd. I didn’t even know Floyd Mayweather was talking trash on Chuck Liddell in the press, and now we have this strange ESPN video in which Floyd is unceremoniously knocked out by Chuck Liddell. Sure, Floyd may not be himself at this age, but neither is Chuck. Floyd, how could you be so two dimensional...

Chuck Liddell: Georges St-Pierre Plays it Safe and is Not Exciting to Watch

You can now add former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell to the growing number of people who aren’t too fond of reigning UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre’s (pictured) wrestling-dominated game plan. While appearing as a guest on ESPN’s “SportsNation,” Liddell addressed GSP’s predictable strategy that fans have been griping about for years – particularly...
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