The UFC Vice President of Business Development sports the best hair ever to grace a marketing conference.
UFC Hall-of-Famer and recently retired fighter, Chuck Liddell, is rocking a green mohawk.
Now all the UFC needs to do is complete a trade for Terry Tate, Office Linebacker, and they’d have the most formidable management team in the history of corporate life.
That, my friend, would be motivation to complete your TPS reports on time.
Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell began his journey into MMA as a Division I wrestler at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Though he didn’t know it at the time, his wrestling experience and stints as a bouncer would prime him to become one of the icons of MMA.
Liddell went on to graduate with a B.A. in Business and Accounting in 1995, which ultimately made him the Baddest Accountant on Planet Earth and prepared him for the next phase of his career.
Liddell announced his retirement officially yesterday and entered the workaday world of the office at ZUFFA,
Liddell is a legend and his contributions to the sport have helped build MMA.
Some might say Chuck Liddell never became the fighter he should have been.
They would be wrong. Chuck Liddell was a complete one-off original who did things his way, and it seems to have worked out for him.
You can comfortably put The Iceman on the short list off all-time greats with fighters like Royce Gracie, Ken Shamrock, Fedor Emelianenko, and Goerges St-Pierre. Liddell was so good that he could party all night long and then put his opponent to sleep before he headed back out to the clubs…