UFC Champion Chuck Liddell Spotted At Montreal's McLean's Pub On Peel Street

The hall of famer was also joined by Bruce Buffer and Forrest Griffin.

Chuck Liddell is in town for UFC 186 which is happening tomorrow night (April 25th) and he sure seems to be enjoying himself. He just couldn't come to Montreal without stopping at Banquise for a poutine and his old buddy Forest Griffin & current welter weight Rory MacDonald decided to join him.

He even went behind the scenes and checked out the kitchen, also known as 'the place where the magic happens'.

But I guess the Former UFC light heavyweight champion was still hungry because afterwards he headed over to McLeans's Pub to take part in the Bud Light Living hot wing eating contest which was hosted by none other than Bruce Buffer. And of course, Chuck won.

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