Chuck Liddell’s 2 Tattoo & Their Meanings

Charles David “Chuck” Liddell is an American mixed martial artist and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. He is known to be multitalented in various areas such as Kempo, Karate, and Kickboxing. He is widely appreciated for his efforts for bringing MMA (mixed martial arts) into the mainstream of American sports and entertainment.  Let us take a quick look at his tattoos and know about their meanings.

Chuck Liddell

1. ‘Chinese Letters’ Tattoo 

Chucl Liddle Head Tattoo

Tattoo: The left side of Chuck’s head is inked with the letters done in Chinese letters and symbols.

Meaning: Chuck got this ink done out of nowhere when he was getting ready for his Slayer Concert back in 1992. He just wanted to do something crazy and the result was this ink on his head.

“It says Koei-Kan which is the martial arts style I started in first. It means a place of peace and prosperity.”

“That was my reasoning when I decided to get my head tattooed as well. I chose the Japanese letters that spelled Koei-Kan, my karate style, which means House of Peace and Prosperity.”

2. ‘Fighter-Guy’ Tattoo

Chucl Liddle Left Arm Tattoo

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Tattoo: The outer side of Chuck Liddle’s upper left arm has a tattoo of the portrait of the fighter guy and “Kempo” written under it.

Meaning: Kempo or Kenpo is the name of various Martial Arts and this tattoo on his left bicep of a fighter guy is the symbol of Martial Arts Association and Camp, “The Pit” working in California. The tattoo depicts his closeness and love for Mixed Martial Arts.

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