He added that he was satisfied with everything De La Hoya told him during a meeting. “We’re able to make a big percentage of the revenue with pay-per-view, the gate, merchandising, sponsorship — something that no MMA event has ever done before, and we’re gonna make it happen.” Ortiz last competed in January 2017, when he submitted Chael Sonnen in the first round. As far as pay-per-view numbers go for a potential Liddell vs. “I talked to some of the guys like Sean Shelby, some of the other promoters, and they said, ‘You guys have a possibility of doing some really great numbers because people don’t know what to expect,’” Ortiz said. Chuck of course would be happy and of course De La Hoya would be like, ‘We have started a new game,’ and other fighters will be like, ‘How do I get a part of that?
American retired mixed martial artist Charles David Liddell is also recognized as Chuck Liddell.
Chuck Liddell says he's not just taking the Tito Ortiz fight because he's missing the sport -- telling TMZ Sports he wouldn't have signed on if he wasn't getting a fat ass paycheck. the 48-year-old legend hooked up with Oscar De La Hoya to return to MMA for the first time since 2010.
Chuck and Tito finally signed their deals last week and Liddell is excited.
He was raised alongside his siblings by his single mother.
From an early age, he along with his siblings were trained boxing techniques by his maternal grandfather.
A professional since , in Santa Barbara, California, as Charles David Liddell. By nationality, Liddle is an American, and he belongs to white ethnicity.“I started working out for almost a month and a half.My body feels great, I’ve bounced back faster than I expected, which is great,” Ortiz told Submission Radio.Although Chuck Liddell retired as a mixed martial artist in 2010, he still has several streams of income.He’s still the face of the UFC and he also appeared in XYIENCE commercial.Tito Ortiz is hopeful a rumored Chuck Liddell trilogy bout will be finalized sooner than later.