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CHRIS LEBEN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Who hit Chris Leben hardest during his career?

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Chris Leben was hit hardest by Brian Stann or Anderson Silva. I mean, both of those fights ended in mere seconds afterall, even when Leben has one hell of a chin. Then again, Mike Swick took out Leben early in his career, so I don’t even know. Maybe we should switch over to Kenny and Bas to find out exactly who punched Leben the...
Via Fight Hub TV
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Leben’s Life After Fighting Off to Rocky Start

The UFC stuck with Chris Leben (pictured) through his roller coaster career, but the slugger had no problem throwing his former employer under the bus Sunday by claiming he’d be better off today had he driven a truck for the past decade instead of risking life and limb inside the Octagon. “I wish I would’ve drove truck last 10yrs, then at least is have insurance to see a counselor...
Via 5thRound.com
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Leben Announces His Retirement From MMA

UFC middleweight competitor Chris “The Crippler” Leben (22-11) announced his retirement from MMA yesterday, bringing an end to his thirty-three fight career. His final bout came at UFC 168 on December 28th, 2013, where he was defeated by Uriah Hall (8-4).While the announcement had been predicted by many, the thirty-three year old made it official on Monday’s episode of “The...
Via MMAInsider
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Leben Officially Announces His Retirement From MMA Aged 33

Veteran UFC star Chris Leben has officially announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 33. The writing had appeared to be on the wall for Leben after his defeat to Uriah Hall last month which saw him quit on his stool after enduring a tough first round that resulted in him being dropped before being saved by the bell. In the past we’ve seen Leben take an inhuman amount...
Via Fight Of The Night
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Leben retires from MMA

The king of brawl Chris Leben has officially retired from MMA. The Ultimate Fighter Season 1 star has been considering retirement since dropping his fourth consecutive loss to Uriah Hall at UFC 168. On Monday’s episode of The MMA Hour, Leben announced that he would be hanging up the gloves for good. “After [the Hall […]
Via BoneSnapper.com
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Fighter Chris Leben Retires From MMA

When UFC middleweight Chris Leben (pictured) inexplicably quit on the stool at UFC 168, it was practically plastered all over the Octagon wall that the 33-year-old was done with mixed martial arts. On Monday during an appearance on “The MMA Hour,” Leben confirmed it was time to put fighting in his rear-view mirror. “The Crippler” has issued several cryptic tweets since December’s...
Via 5thRound.com
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Uriah Hall defeats Chris Leben, who quits on stool

In perhaps his last chance in the UFC octagon, Chris Leben left on his own terms, quitting on his stool after the first round of his UFC 168 matchup with Uriah Hall. Leben then walked out of the octagon before the official decision was read, and waved to the fans in a way that could indicate he would retire. Hall was in control throughout, using his speed and reach advantage to...
Via Fox Sports
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Uriah Hall Makes Chris Leben Quit at UFC 168 (Video Highlights)

Middleweight Chris Leben (pictured) is known as one of the UFC’s true gunslingers. On Saturday night, he quit after five minutes in the Octagon with Uriah Hall. The first seconds of the fight was a great indicator on how the bout would go for Hall after he dropped the veteran with a flying knee. Leben was then beaten to the punch throughout the opening five minutes. Hall then floored...
Via 5thRound.com
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss
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