Watch Chuck Liddell Get His Ass Kicked. Again.

ChuckliddellChuck “Iceman” Liddell, the MMA poster boy who got knocked out by Quinton “Rampage” Jackson in the first round of UFC 71 on Saturday night after he allegedly partied his ass off the week before, is one of the many celebrities who appears this week on ION TV’s rebroadcast of the first season of “Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker.”

The series is airing daily this week at 10pm / 9pm Central, starting Monday, May 28 and wraps up in a “special three hour poker marathon,” Saturday, June 2 at 8pm / 7pm Central.

We won’t spoil it for you in case you missed the show last year and didn’t read the headline above and were wondering if Liddell (seen in pic doing his best Calvin Ayre “Welcome to My World” impression) makes it to the final table, but we will say that, according to ION TV, the final table features Cheryl Hines, David Williams, Josh Arieh, Evelyn Ng, Rob Mariano, Michael Mizrachi, a mystery pro (named Daniel Negreanu) and no one named Chuck Liddell.

In case you don’t recall, the controversial first season of “Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker” generated a fair share of posts at WCP last year. Refresh your memory below:

:: Top Dog: Ayre Looking for Next Poker Phenom

:: Bodog Gets Sued Over “Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker,” Series Starts this Saturday on FSN

:: Ayre Estate Raided

:: Bodog Bites Back: Billionaire Ayre Wants Raid Investigated

:: Exclusive “Cracker Pack” Photos

Also, don’t forget to audition for the second season of Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker, which is totally different than the first in that $2 million is up for grabs and the competition will be all amateurs this time, so no pros, celebs and Chuck Liddells there to kick the crap out of you.

After the jump, two videos of Chuck Liddell doing his best impression of a MMA fighter being drunk out of his mind on a morning news show and a MMA fighter acting coked up in the audience at a UFC fight. Seriously, watch out Gordie Brown. This Liddell guy is amazing at impressions.


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