Chuck Liddell didn't learn how to brawl in the Ultimate Fighting Octagon. In his memoir "Iceman," Chuck Liddell describes maneuvers he picked up in a karate studio, the local alley and several bars.

Although Chuck Liddell doesn't approve of slugging it out when you've got a few shots under your belt, he worked for years as a bartender, and breaking up fights came with the job description.

While Chuck Liddell admits he likes to fight, he also tries to avoid it. Stopping a shoving match might begin with the best of intentions, but everything changes when you get smacked in the jaw.

Bar-fighting and Ultimate Fighting require different tactics. Chuck Liddell doesn't recommend bar-fighting, ever, but if you have to defend yourself, his suggestions might just save your sweet cheeks.


(By the way, Asylum doesn't endorse fighting, either. Our approach can be summed up in one word: Run.)