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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-20-2006, 12:06 PM Thread Starter
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will chuck leave the ufc for wfa?

After this demoralizing defeat, Liddell went to Japan to compete in the PRIDE 2003 Middleweight Grand Prix tournament as the UFC's representative. (PRIDE's middleweight division is comparable to UFCs light heavyweight division). After defeating Alistair Overeem in the tourney's first round, Liddell was defeated by Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, who is to date Liddell's last and sole unavenged career loss. Since that loss, Liddell has made it clear that he wishes to fight Jackson in a rematch before hanging up his gloves, claiming that if the UFC can't agree to a match with PRIDE FC's Quinton Jackson then Liddell would jump to PRIDE FC to finish off his career and defeat the only man to have fought Liddell and not lost

since quinton fights for wfa now would chuck go there to finally avenge his loss? if they pay rampage 200 thou a to fight what would they give chuck? obviously they is kind of a stupid question. the chances of chuck going to the wfa are pretty slim. i believe he wants to avenge that loss though. that fight probably means more to him than a fight with wand. especially since he'd most likely beat the crap out of ol rampage this time.
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After this demoralizing defeat, Liddell went to Japan to compete in the PRIDE 2003 Middleweight Grand Prix tournament as the UFC's representative. (PRIDE's middleweight division is comparable to UFCs light heavyweight division). After defeating Alistair Overeem in the tourney's first round, Liddell was defeated by Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, who is to date Liddell's last and sole unavenged career loss. Since that loss, Liddell has made it clear that he wishes to fight Jackson in a rematch before hanging up his gloves, claiming that if the UFC can't agree to a match with PRIDE FC's Quinton Jackson then Liddell would jump to PRIDE FC to finish off his career and defeat the only man to have fought Liddell and not lost

since quinton fights for wfa now would chuck go there to finally avenge his loss? if they pay rampage 200 thou a to fight what would they give chuck? obviously they is kind of a stupid question. the chances of chuck going to the wfa are pretty slim. i believe he wants to avenge that loss though. that fight probably means more to him than a fight with wand. especially since he'd most likely beat the crap out of ol rampage this time.
Chuck needs to avenge that loss in my opinion. he was dominated for the most part although he held his own OK on the stand up for much of the time. I don't think he wants to leave the UFC he gets 250 K a fight which is the highest paid fighter. If they can settle up contract disputes, who knows? I'd love to see that one
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It's hard to say. The WFA has had one event, and the one coming up has already been postponed. By the time chuck vs. tito is over, who knows if the WFA will even be around? And if so, I bet the UFC would steal Jackson for a fight, because the rivarly between execs of the WFA and UFC would be worth it. Dana White hates the guy from the WFA, so I think that'd be a good kick in the balls to say UFC is top dog to them... but who knows?
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