Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell did something last week that he hasn’t done in mixed martial arts (MMA) in a very long time.
He dominated the headlines.
According to longtime coach and friend, John Hackleman, “The Iceman” is not ruling out a potential comeback, meaning the key to his return to combat sports could be as simple as finding the right opponent.
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Liddell, 47, told TMZ that he’s still retired from UFC; however, when pushed for a “yes” or a “no” in regards to another MMA fight, the former vice president of business development simply said, “We’ll see.”
Despite the awful end to his Octagon career, the 21-8 Liddell has been vocal about his desire to throw hands opposite former 205-pound titleholder Jon Jones, though the likelihood of such a bout ever coming to fruition — or getting sanctioned — is remote.
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