"It's about how I feel and if I want to go back and make a run at a title and how far away that would be. And whatever I think is left in the tank. I've been doing PR stuff for the last couple months, and I'll finally be home for the month. I'll probably decide sometime in September, when I have time to relax.... I don't feel like there's anything left to prove. I still love fighting, but there's a lot that goes into it. Maybe it might be time. I'm just not sure yet. You know, I've enjoyed the ride. No matter what, I've had a good time. I never expected it, but I've gotten paid a lot to do what I love. There are no complaints."
Former light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell plans to finally look in the mirror this month and make a determination about whether or not to put a ribbon on his UFC Hall of Fame career once and for all. Liddell was warned by his boss and long-time friend, UFC President Dana White, that he would be released from the promotion if didn't hang 'em up following his third straight (technical) knockout loss, which came at the hands of Rich Franklin earlier this year. LIddell has actually dropped five of his last six appearances inside the Octagon. So here we go again: Should he stay or should he go now? Let's hear it, Maniacs.