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EXCLUSIVE MMABay interview with former UFC light heavyweight champion, Chuck Liddell (audio)

Check out this EXCLUSIVE MMABay interview with former UFC light heavyweight champion, Chuck Liddell. We asked “The Iceman” about where his career goes from here following another defeat inside the octagon, Dana White’s comments on he’d cut him from the roster if he wanted to continue fighting and whether he still wants to square off with bitter rival, Tito Ortiz for a third time.

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