Retired UFC champion Chuck Liddell known to his fans as The Ice Man was spotted in West Hollywood on St Patrick’s Day leaving Sunset Strip hot spot Rock and Reilly’s. Liddell was a UFC light heavyweight champion who was active from 1998-2010. Liddell holds the record for most knock outs in UFC history at 13. Liddell and Randy Couture are credited with bringing MMA (mixed martial arts) into mainstream culture. In 2005 Liddell was a coach on Spike TV’s initial season of The Ultimate Fighter. On July 10th, 2009 Liddell was inducted into the UFC Hall Of Fame. Liddell retired on December 29th, 2010 at The UFC 125 press conference after losing his last three fights by knockout. On May 09, 2007 Liddell became the first UFC Fighter to be on the cover of ESPN The Magazine. On January 29th, 2008 Liddell released his autobiography Iceman My Fighting Life. Liddell also appeared on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars season 9 and placed 11th after being voted off week 4. Liddell has also made numerous movie and TV appearances that include How High, Entourage, Punk’d, The Simpsons, and Kick Ass 2.