Legendary UFC Fighter Chuck Liddell Shaves Iconic Mohawk
Chuck Liddell is a former UFC light heavyweight champion who has helped define mixed martial arts as it is today. During his prime as a fighter, Liddell was one of the most feared strikers who was also an underrated wrestler. His takedown defense enabled him to keep on the feet where he is most dangerous.
Despite losing five of six previous fights by knockout, Chuck Liddell remains a mixed martial arts icon. While he may not have the best work ethic in the past staying out late partying, he is still considered a class act as a champion and former champion.
His most recent knockout loss was on June 12 at UFC 115 to former UFC middleweight champion Rich Franklin who has moved to light heavyweight. He broke Franklin’s arm with a kick. Days after the fight, Franklin put on a pink cast for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Liddell and Franklin autographed the cast that was raffled off for a good cause.
On Monday, Chuck is trying to make the world a better place once again as he supports BIC, the razor makers, for BIC 4 GOOD. This movement encourages people to shave their heads for charity. Liddell has kept his signature mohawk hairstyle for 18 years but he is now shedding it off as BIC makes donations to Do Something, a movement that encourages volunteerism among youth.
Liddell became popular as a fighter for his fearless style of always going for the knockout. Now he continue to win more fans as he shows that MMA fighters can contribute to the