Good news for people who don’t like to see Chuck Liddell getting knocked out, in the same way, over and over again. The Sun-Sentinel reports that the 39-year-old Iceman has begun addressing some holes in his game over at American Top Team in Coconut Creek, Florida:
So Chuck is stepping outside of his comfort zone in order to turn his losing streak around and become a contender again. But is it too little, too late?
Though he has openly talked about his desire for rematches with Keith Jardine and Rashad Evans, Liddell’s next opponent will reportedly be either Mauricio Rua or the loser of UFC 93′s Rich Franklin/Dan Henderson scrap — all of whom are capable of handing Chuck his fourth loss in five fights, unless he can find a drastically different approach to fighting at ATT. Liddell plans to return to the Octagon in March or April; April seems more likely considering his three potential opponents all have fights scheduled this month.
Related: Another fading light-heavyweight legend, Wanderlei Silva, may be moving down to middleweight in order to revive his career. Ideally, he’d like to have a rematch with Liddell before making the move: