Inside the UFC last week. They kept hyping Rachelle hanging with Chuck at his home, his cars, etc. It shows Chuck's Hummer, another SUV and then him driving his silver Ferrari, and Rogan was quoting as saying "Chuck Liddell is set for life". Very interesting segment coming up.
Chuck is loaded.
apparently, the man's living MTV Cribs large.
Chris Lytle wears a bow tie, $60, and tuxedo shirt, $165, both by Thomas Pink; satin trousers, $555, by Versace; silver tusk cuff links, $170, by Links of London; titanium carbon nitride-plated timepiece, $285, by Seiko; dress socks, $20 (pack of 3), by Calvin Klein; Air Marley Bit slip-ons, $298, by Cole Haan Collection.
Jorge Gurgel wears a silk shirt, $975, by Versace; vintage vest, $78, from What Comes Around Goes Around; trousers with navy stripes(from a suit, $495), by Joseph Abboud; rhinestone-encrusted horn pendant, $6, by H&M; champagne 18K white gold and diamond dog tag, $3,000, by White-flash.com; Tiffany Mark chronograph, $1,950, by Tiffany & Co.; and patent leather shoes, $188, by Johnston & Murphy.
Georges St. Pierre wears a velvet jacket with satin lapels, $395, by Ben Sherman; tuxedo shirt, $55, by Donald J. Trump Signature Collection; tuxedo trousers, $225, by J.Crew; bow tie, $60, by Thomas Pink; silver tusk cuff links, $170, by Links of London; and Go for the Gold shoes, $235, by Kenneth Cole New York.
Chuck Liddell wears a one-button tuxedo, $545, by J. Press; tuxedo shirt, $95, by Boss Black; velvet scarf with grommets, $145, by Boss Orange; and lace-up shoes, $188, by Johnston & Murphy.
Chuck Liddell wears a wool tuxedo, $995, by Luigi Bianchi Mantova Label; shirt, $70, by Perry Ellis; silk bow tie, $36, by J. Press; Hive cuff links, $40, by Kenneth Cole Reaction; and the G Chrono, $4,095, by Gucci.
Georges St. Pierre wears an embossed velvet baroque sport coat, $250, by Claiborne; button-up shirt, $45, by Donald J. Trump Signature Collection; mini-skull tie, $73, by J. Press; Doheny straight-leg black jeans, $189, by PPD for Men; rhinestone skull pins, $9 a set, by Amigaz; Tiffany 1837 titanium gray link bracelet, $575, by Tiffany & Co.; and Go for the Gold shoes, $235, by Kenneth Cole New York.
Wool and mohair one-button tuxedo, $2,220, and shoes, $600, both by Gucci; Marcella bib-front wingtip shirt, $125, by ,Charles Tyrwhitt.
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Are those posters for some kind of low budget mafia movie???
koschek still looke like a fayg
did he ever sell that bike of his?
It is from the latest Maxim issue.
Yeah, he's definitely one of the few MMA stars out there getting paid what a professional athlete should be. Although I'm sure a lot of it is from Xyience and other ads not just fight purses, he has to be raking it in with win KO win bonuses and PPV % money.
Chuck also charges 15k for two hours to appear at max muscle.
That is still pretty cool IMO. More publicity, more mainstream, more male hotties in Maxim...uhh exclude the last one.
Koscheck should have been asleep on a bed or something maybe modelling pyjamas.
i didnt realize he was so rich he had ferarris
Really is good to see thse guys making some money or at least being portrayed as making cash. Overall good for the image of the sport and its athletes. Image is everything.
But Why wasnt Sylvia in a spread? Maybe deck him out in Versace and have him dragging a cavewoman by the hair or something.....
I'm glad Lytle got the gig as well.
he reportedly got 7 figures for his Xyience deal, which was a first in MMA, and of course they've mentioned many times that Chuck is MMA's first legit millionaire. I like how they had Chuck hang out in the back of that picture to make it look like the rest of the fighters are taller then they really are. They would look like hobbits next to Chuck.