Chuck Liddell (48 y/o) vs Tito Ortiz (43 y/o) in 2018

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  1. SpedDaddyV

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    Chuck Liddell just said he wants to fight Jon Jones
     
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    Chuck also wants to fight Jon Jones.

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    Tito would stomp Liddell in 2018, by the way.
     
  3. tuckermaclain

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    The long lay-off may have helped Chuck.

    Anyone's fight to win imo.
     
  5. SpedDaddyV

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    I would like to fight Jon Jones too
     
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    What for? So that Tito finally has a chance at beating his old rival to caress his massive ego? No thanks, it's too late for that, he should have to live with that grudge. Chuck's been retired for many years and it was a good decision to call it quits back then already. Though I gotta say, I would be tempted to see Chuck knock him out one more time just because it's always nice to see Tito lose
     
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    didn't he drop and submit the current Bellator LHW champion with his pillow fists?
     
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    Fstepp Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Yikes, Chuck's almost 50! He shouldn't be fighting imo, but good luck to him.
     
  9. SpedDaddyV

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    that might be the only time in his career he rocked someone on the feet
     
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    At this point, Ortiz demolishes him.
     
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    yeah, and it was a young, powerful contender. not a 50 yr old retiree who had his chin checked by a MW with a broken arm.

    i think Tito has the power to hurt Chuck at the very least and KO him stiff at the very most.
     
  12. Organic Damage

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    I've never seen a disintegrated chin reconstitute itself.

    Nobody should be sanctioning Chuck to fight in 2018, period.
     
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    Tito has been more active and has "youth" (lol) on his side, I think he takes this.
     
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    Tito by being more active. Unless Chuck needs the $ he should stay retired. His legacy is built around beating Tito X2 and shouldn't do anything to harm that. I can believe I'm saying this but Tito may even hurt him on the feet
     
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    Chuck looked stiff and slow in his last social media posts

    He looked all 49 of his years to be honest. I don’t see the point in this fight. What is there left to prove. I guess they need the money?
     
  16. Benoitthegr8

    Benoitthegr8 Bum Life Practitioner Platinum Member

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    Poor Chuck’s chin is a step below Reem at this stage, Titoby actually fighting in the last decade
     
  17. MMA since 1993

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    Agree somewhat.

    If they made an mma "masters" division for fighters over 48 i wouldn't be mad at all
     
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    Tito by vicious KO. Liddell should stay retired.
     
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    tito beats chuck at head circumference
     
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    I need to look in Chuck's eyes first but I'd bet on Tito at this point

    Even though Chuck owns Tito's soul Tito was actually winning fights in Bellator while Chuck hasn't fought in years and has no chin left at all. Which is bad when you rely on your chin for defence

    Also I think Tito is in better shape. If Chuck shows up looking even remotely like Chuck he wins but I really doubt he does
     

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