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Chuck Liddell helping Glover Teixeira & Lyoto Machida with takedown defense

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  1. Bevois Brown Belt

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    Rampage defeated Chuck Liddell twice, including ending his reign at 205-pounds back in May 2007, so Chuck is now doing everything he can to help his longtime friend Glover Teixeira gain a bit a revenge later this month. Here he is teaching him some of his legendary takedown defense at Black House MMA. Lyoto Machida is also happy to learn it ahead of his fight with Hendo next month.


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  2. 5H3RD0G Silver Belt

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    Show them the ways of the "Chuck" :icon_chee
     
  3. riitzni Silver Belt

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    I honestly think Rampage is going to be motivated for this fight and his +250 line makes me wanna risk some $$.

    Chuck+last fight+Dana white = motivated Rampage. ( i'm not a rampage fan )
     
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    "don't be afraid to put your hands in his face."
     
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  7. VinceArch I am all of me.

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    Lyoto already had good TDD. Never hurts to get even better at it though, especially from Chuck.
     
  8. Malas Sent via carrier pigeon

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    I kind of thought that Lyoto's TDD was already as good as Chuck's ever was.
     
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    Except for the fact that he was injured.
     
  10. rush61 Brown Belt

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    Lyoto's TDD is fine he just need to work on his wrestling and touching up on his BJJ wouldnt hurt him either for this fight.
     
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    you don't think lyoto's bjj is good enough to handle henderson?
     
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    I hope Chuck taught Lyoto and Glover how to get that look in their eye >:D
     
  13. ucunc156 Silver Belt

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    uhhhh doesn't lyoto already have like a top 5 TDD all time?
     
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    And also the slam to Bader exhausted him more.
     
  15. Mr Wonderful Blue Belt

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    Don't waste your money on rampage. He's done. Finished.

    He was never particularly skilled at anything, but he knew how to win fights with his strength and athleticism. He's getting older and now that his youthful strength is fading, he doesn't have much left to fall back one. It has nothing to do with "motivation". He just can't do it anymore.
     
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    He does, but getting better never hurts.

    I think Machida takes the Hendo fight by UD.
     
  17. deesnuts27 Green Belt

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    I don't think that was his point. I think he means that working his wrestling and BJJ to face Hendo is wise...because it is. It doesn't mean his BJJ isn't good enough to handle him. It seems like your logic suggests he shouldn't bother working his BJJ because he's already better than him. I hope that's not the case.
     
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    Funnily enough I just saw Randy v Chuck 2 last night, seems like that may have helped him win the title!
     
  19. TASTEofmySCYTHE Silver Belt

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    Well yeah I'm not saying he's a top 10 fighter anymore.

    But when it comes down to it...

    He was coming off a near 15 month layoff against Rashad.
    He BEAT Machida (I know it's highly questionable, but I gave him the 1st & 2nd) and Hamill.
    Who doesn't look like crap against Jones?
    I would pick a healthy Rampage in a rematch against Bader.

    Regardless he's going to have his hands full against Glover and I expect it to be a great fight.
     
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    Good to see! thats an awesome group of guys to train with each other
     

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