Chuck Liddell Breaks Silence Following KO to Tito Ortiz • MMA News
Final night time (Friday), Chuck Liddell took to Instagram to put up a heartfelt message to his followers and break his silence following his KO loss to Tito Ortiz on the Golden Boy MMA occasion. Many of the put up featured a reflective Liddell commenting on how a lot the game of MMA has meant to him.
“These past few months for me were a lot more than a fight against Tito,” Liddell stated. “It’s really been about my own personal journey and challenge. Martial arts has been my life for 36 years. I felt lost without it. It’s always kept me centered and helped me find my focus. I wish the outcome of the fight was different. I never wanted to disappoint anyone or let anyone down. But this fight was more about pushing my limitations and getting me back to a place to find my purpose. And for that, I have no regrets.”
Chuck Liddell has undergone his share of criticism for agreeing to battle at this stage of his life, however many of the criticisms has gone to those that allowed Liddell to compete at 48 years of age and eight years between fights, however the battle made all of the sense on the planet to Liddell:
“Even if no one else understands, know that everyone’s path is different,” Liddell stated. “And you can’t obtain success with out failure. To me, MMA is greater than these wars within the cage. It’s about displaying our followers how to dwell life like a real fighter and champion inside and out of doors of the cage. In any case has been stated and performed, my calling is far greater than this.
“In today’s world with so much hate, it’s important to show love and positivity,” Liddell concluded. “Tito, I wish you the best in your life and career. Congratulations on your victory.”
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