UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell was jailed early Monday and reserved into a Los Angeles-area prison on a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery.
Liddell, 51, is being held at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station in Agoura Hills, Calif., simply outside Los Angeles, according to a prisoner report from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Liddell’s bail has actually been set at $20,000 According to several online reports, Liddell has a court hearing arranged for Wednesday in Van Nuys, Calif.
News of Liddell’s arrest initially was reported by TMZ. According to TMZ’s report, cops were contacted us to Liddell’s house and when they got here, figured out the victim in a supposed argument that turned physical was Liddell’s other half.
Liddell wed Heidi Northcott more than a years earlier. The couple had their very first kid together in 2011 and a 2nd in2013 According to the TMZ report, Northcott did not require medical attention.
Liddell, who battled at 205 pounds in his MMA profession, is noted at 6-foot-2 and 240 pounds on his reservation documentation.
Liddell won the UFC light heavyweight title in 2005 with a knockout of Randy Couture, with whom he had among the most unforgettable trilogies in MMA history. His title win began a run that made “The Iceman” the most significant star in the sport at the time.
Liddell lost the belt to Quinton Jackson at UFC 71 in 2007, which began a 1-5 slide to liquidate his profession. After a loss to Rich Franklin in 2010, Liddell hung up his gloves with 5 losses in his previous 6 battles, consisting of 4 by knockout.
In 2018, Liddell came out of retirement to eliminate Tito Ortiz for a 3rd time. In November 2018, Ortiz lastly beat Liddell with a first-round knockout under Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions banner. He has actually not combated ever since and in 2020 stated he’s once again retired.
Liddell was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame’s Pioneer Wing in2009 Outdoors battling, he’s been a routine on truth television, had visitor areas on episodic television, and remained in more than a lots films.