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10 Hardest Hitters in MMA History

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6. Chuck Liddell

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"The Iceman" ruled UFC's light heavyweight division thanks in large part to lethal power in both hands. An aggressive, wide-open punching style, made possible because he wrestled through college, helped him become UFC's top draw, as did a series of fights with rivals like Tito Ortiz and Randy Couture, both of whom he knocked cold. Liddell pressured opponents into standing with him, forced mistakes and put down 13 men.

Quintessential KO: Guy Mezger, May 27, 2001