Two of MMA’s biggest stars played to the cameras Friday, with UFC Hall of Famers Ken Shamrock and Chuck Liddell facing off in Las Vegas. Shamrock and Liddell were in attendance at the Olympia Weekend Expo to help promote the launch of the LIMITLESS line of health and fitness products, and they took a moment to stand face-to-face, teasing a fight between two pioneers of the sport. Shamrock, 55, made his debut for the UFC at the company’s inaugural event, famously losing to fellow MMA legend Royce Gracie in the semifinals of that night’s eight-man tournament in 1993. Liddell, 49, came to the sport five years after Shamrock, debuting at UFC 17 in 1998. He would go on to become one of the most recognizable athletes in the history of the sport, registering four successful defenses of the UFC light heavyweight belt between 2005 and 2006, when the sport was just starting to emerge into mainstream awareness.
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