Chuck just wants peace between Dana White and Oscar De La Hoya for Christmas

Chuck Liddell is unwittingly the catalyst of a war of words between UFC’s Dana White and Golden Boy’s Oscar De La Hoya. 48 year old Chuck Liddell got knocked out cold by 43 year old Tito Ortiz in a fight Dana White said should have never happened. Oscar and Dana may want to use Chuck’s age and weakened chin as talking points but not The Iceman. All he is saying is give peace a chance. TMZ Sports ambushed him as they often do and Liddell called for a peace treaty. Check it out.

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Oscar De La Hoya details his coming battle with Dana White

Oscar Del Hoya held his first Golden Boy MMA event on November 24th which featured a very out of shape Chuck Liddell getting brutally knocked out by bitter rival Tito Ortiz. He was criticized for making the fight between the 47 year old Liddell and 43 year old Ortiz but he has brushed the naysayers … Read more

Chael Sonnen’s report on Liddell vs Ortiz 3 ppv buys contrast Meltzer’s hopeful predictions, full breakdown

Chael P Sonnen has some potentially dismal news about the pay per view buys for the Golden Boy card which featured a main event of Tito Ortiz vs Chuck Liddell. Tito may have had a great night by knocking out Chuck Liddell in brutal fashion in the first round but the overall payday for the … Read more

CSAC executive Andy Foster defends licensing of Liddell and it’s a barely passable reason

The California State Athletic Commission has come under fire for their licensing of former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell. Chuck hadn’t fought since 2010 and at 48 years old he is well past his prime. His last three losses in the organization were by brutal knockout causing his friend and UFC head Dana White … Read more

Chael Sonnen discusses the Chuck vs Tito ‘disaster’

Last night we witnessed a bittersweet ending to the long rivalry between Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz. It happened under Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy banner as the main event of their first MMA offering. We knew it was going to be a freak show but we watched anyway because we felt obligated to … Read more

Final odds for Ortiz vs Liddell 3 widen last minute

Chuck Liddell takes on Tito Ortiz for a third time tonight on a card brought to  you by Golden Boy. The legendary rivalry started in the UFC. Chuck knocked out Tito in both fights but the second fight saw Ortiz fare much better. Ortiz made it to the third round and arguably won the second.  This … Read more

VIDEO: That time Chuck jumped in to Tito’s arms to embrace

Man, this footage was hard to find. After Chuck Liddell knocked out Kevin Randleman way back in 2001 at UFC 31 we saw a rare sight. The Iceman ran and literally jumped in to future bitter rival Tito Ortiz’s arms like a small child who finally got that bike they always wanted. Looking back this may be proof of what my editor Jack Bratcher and I keep saying. There are alternate universes out there. Before the two try to kill each other tonight in their third fight via Golden Boy look back to when they were dear friends. Look how far they have fallen off and get hyped.

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Tito Ortiz tests his luck at weigh-ins face off

What in the actual hell, Tito? This man has knocked you out twice and you fondle him in public. At the weigh-ins for tonight’s trilogy closing Golden Boy hosted showdown Mr. Ortiz literally poked the bear when he poked his opponent Chuck Liddell. The look on Chuck’s face is priceless. Check it out!

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Final stare down for Liddell vs Ortiz 3 takes us back

To keep it real like we always do here at PMN we weren’t sure if Chuck Liddell versus Tito Ortiz III was going to be on our watch list. Two guys outside of their prime with a combined age of around 90 years old climbing in a cage for some hammy pulling, Ben Gay inducing action. Watching this final face off today we might have changed our minds.  It was a time warp, a flashback to the days when mixed martial arts was on the rise and future Legends were fighting each other almost monthly.  Both Chuck and Tito look like they are taking this seriously and the intensity looks to legitimately still hide underneath their calm exterior. This is the last face off before they throw down on Saturday for Golden Boy.

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