- Birth Name Charles David Liddell
- Net Worth $14 million
- Currently Married Yes
- Birth Country Santa Barbara, California
- Salary $4.3 million
- Married to Heidi Northcott
- Famous Name Chuck Liddell
- Children 3
- Divorce N/A
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
Chuck Liddell is an American mixed martial artist and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. Before his comeback in 2018, Liddell had 23 fights in the UFC, having previously retired in 2010. Chuck Liddell can be considered as early MMA superstar who helped to publicize UFC as one of the mainstream sports. Known for his tremendous striking abilities Liddell is a well-rounded fighter with Kempo, Karate, Kickboxing, collegiate wrestling, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu in his arsenal.
Known as one of the greatest Light Heavyweight fighters of all time, Chuck Liddell as of 2019 has an estimated net worth of around $14 million dollars. Chuck Liddell is currently 49 years old and most recently faced his former spiring partner and longtime rival Tito Ortiz on 23rd November 2018. Chuck Liddell was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame on 10 July 2009.
Chuck Liddell's Net Worth, Salary, Endorsements, House, and Cars
The 49 years old Liddell is estimated to have a net worth of around $14 million. In the intial phase of his UFC career, he made only $1,000 but at the end of his illustrious career, Liddell was paid $500,000 per fight, win or lose. Furthermore, sponsorships, book sales, and other endeavors helped him to double his income.
From his most recent fight at Golden Boy Promotions: Liddell vs. Ortiz 3 he took home $250,000.
In 2011, he listed his $1.2 million San Luis Obispo real estate. Although he owns a few houses in the area, the 4,600-square-foot home was Liddell's primary residence. According to the source, Liddell purchased the luxury estate for $1,275,000 in 2006. In 2012, he bought $2.6 million mansion in Hidden Hills, California (CA), US.
Additionally, Liddell has Ferrari F430 worth $186,925 and a 2013 BMW 760Li. The first car he purchased was the 1988 Ford Ranger. At some point, Liddell also owned a 2005 Hummer H2.
In the year 2007, he appeared on the cover of ESPN The Magazine. On 29 Jan 2008, he also released his autobiography.
Chuck Liddell's Personal Life: Married, Wife, and Children
Chuck Liddell is living a happily married life with his former girlfriend turned wife, Heidi Northcott. The lovely couple tied their knots on 4 November 2010 and is still living happily.
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Further, the UFC Hall of Famer has two children from his eight years long married life. Heidi Northcott and Chuck Liddell have two beautiful kids together. Their first daughter Guinevere was born in 2011 and their son, Charles David Liddell Jr., was born in 2013. Chuck also has a daughter named Trista with MMA fighter Casey Noland, a son named Cade from his former relationship.
Prior to meeting Northcott, Liddell was in an affair with several beautiful women. Chuck Liddell was engaged to Erin Wilson in 2008 but they separated in 2009. He also dated Juliette Lewis and from 2004 to 2006. Further, he had dated Jayden Jaymes, Maria Venus.
Chuck Liddell's Early Life
Chuck Liddell was born as Charles David Liddell on 17 December 1969 in the year 1969, in Santa Barbara, California, the United States. He is an American by his nationality and is of white ethnicity and his birth sign is Sagittarius.
Chuck Liddell is currently 48 years old and has three siblings Dan Liddell, Sean Liddell, and Laurelai Liddell.
Talking more about him, he was raised by his single mother and his maternal grandfather, at the age of 12, he learns boxing and karate technique with his siblings. He attended San Marcos High School and graduated from California Polytechnic State University.
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Professional Career of Chuck Liddell
Chuck Liddell went to California Polytechnic State University and receiving a degree in Business/Accounting, he was a proficient wrestler there, and he was amazing and holds an amateur kickboxing record of 20 wins and 2 losses.
In the year 1998, Liddell made his UFC debut against Cub Swanson and surprised everyone by registering a win over Swanson. Chuck Liddell at UFC 17 fought Noe Hernandez on 15-May-98 in a winning match via a Unanimous Decision in the very first round. Chuck Liddell, on 5-Mar-99, fought Jeremy Horn at UFC 19 and lost his very first UFC match via Technical Submission (inverted arm-triangle choke) in round 1.
Later on 24-Sep-99, Chuck Liddell fought Paul Jones at UFC 22 and overcame his UFC loss by winning the match via TKO (doctor stoppage) in round 1. On 16-Dec-2000, Liddell fought against Jeff Monson at UFC 29 and won the match via Decision (unanimous) in round 3.
At UFC 33, Chuck Liddell fought Murilo Bustamante on 28-Sep-01 and registered another UFC win after three rounds of action.
Chuck Liddell has some of the most memorable wins over some of the famous UFC stars Vitor Belfort, Renato Sobral, Tito Ortiz, Vernon White, Randy Couture, Jeremy Horn, and Wanderlei Silva.
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Further, Liddell in his last UFC days lost to Quinton Jackson, Keith Jardine, Maur¡cio Rua, Rashad Evans, Rich Franklin. Chuck Liddell had shown interest in fighting the former UFC champ Tito Ortiz in a trilogy fight, as he wanted to retire with a win and after UFC's president Dana White rejected the possibility, the fight was booked by Boxing Superstar Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy promotion.
He was one of the main reasons for bringing people's attention to UFC's reality TV show The Ultimate Fighter. Even after his retirement, Chuck Liddell had even shown interest in fighting the second generation superstars like Nick Diaz, brother of Nate Diaz.
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Chuck Liddell Height, Weight, Awards and Facts
- Other names: The Ice Man
- Height: 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
- Weight: 205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)
- Division: Light Heavyweight
- Reach: 76 1⁄2 in (194 cm)
- Style: Kickboxing, Kajukenbo, Karate, Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
- Stance: Orthodox
- Fighting out of: San Luis Obispo, California
- Spouse: Heidi Northcott
- No. of Children: 4 (Trista, Cade, Guinevere, and Charles David)