Sitting in Chuck Liddell’s corner during UFC 79 was none other than famed inspirational speaker, Tony Robbins. Robbins, however, was not there to cheer on Liddell.
Robbins was there to help inspire my trainers,” Liddell said.
So basically, Robbins was there to inspire the trainers to inspire Liddell? Whatever the reason, it definitely worked. Liddell looked much more determined in this fight than he did in the loss to Keith Jardine.
Hopefully, Liddell can put the losses to Quinton Jackson and Jardine completely behind him. Liddell is likely only one or two more wins away from a title shot. As the schedule plays out with Jackson and Forrest Griffin meeting up in the early summer, Liddell and Jackson could very well be the main event for the December show.