In his first fight since a stunning victory over Wanderlei Silva at UFC 79, UFC legend Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell is back to face undefeated light heavyweight contender Rashad "Sugar" Evans. Will Evans plow through Liddell to jump to the top of the 205-lb. rankings? Or will Liddell successfully continue his crusade to regain the UFC Light Heavyweight Title?
A first for the UFC: two undefeated fighters battling for the Light Heavyweight title. Newly crowned Rashad Evans wants to hold onto his belt, but Lyoto Machida plans on spoiling his first title defense.
Rashad Evans’s resume includes: former world champion, Ultimate Fighter winner and coach. Thiago Silva can’t let these impressive accolades distract him; the winner of this fight will be right in the mix for a title shot.
The Ultimate Fighter veterans Rashad Evans and Stephan Bonnar square off in a clash of styles. Will Evans wrestling background prove to be the difference or will Bonnar's stand up and jiu-jitsu win out?
Rashad Evans was looking to keep his perfect record alive against UFC® newcomer Sean Salmon but Salmon had other ideas but nothing went as planned in this fight with an ending that you have to see to believe and give us one of the greatest highlight reel strikes ever.
Two of the most well known TUF winners square off at UFC 92 with the Light Heavyweight championship on the line. Coming off a stunning KO of Chuck Liddell, Evans looks to keep his undefeated streak alive against the champion Griffin.
The first time Chuck Liddell and Rentao Sobral squared off Liddell won with a leg kick to the head. Sobral then went on to win 10 fights in a row before getting his long awaited rematch which ended once again in the first round.
Chuck Liddell isn't most fighters, and he proved that he had a warrior's heart as he battled Brazilian star Renato 'Babalu' Sobral at UFC® 40. And in the end, 'The Iceman' emerged victorious, taking out 'Babalu' with a kick to the head at 2:55 of the first round.
Two of the biggest names in MMA collided at UFC® 79 as Liddell and Silva finally squared off. Both fighters were coming off of back-to-back losses and both wanted to get back into the chase for the 205lb title.