Celebrity endorsements will increase your sales, create a strong brand, and connect with your clients. According to Forbes, your sales will jump 4% almost immediately with an average growth between 20-40%. In addition to having immediate sales growth, you’ll have an instant brand. Liddell’s hard work made him a champion. Your clients know his name. Let Liddell help you generate new business.


When a client thinks of a celebrity endorsed firm, they will automatically associate the celebrity endorser’s characteristics with that practice. By advertising with Chuck Liddell, your firm will be synonymous with toughness, trust, and tenacity. The average person’s attention span is around 8 seconds. A goldfish has an attention span of 9 seconds. In order to reach potential clients, you need to not only capture their interest but also make an impression to stay in the forefront of their minds. People are inundated with over 3,000 advertisements per day. Of those 3,000 advertisements, only 200 are absorbed by the subconscious. Of those 200 advertisements, only 30 advertisements register in the conscious mind. Celebrity endorsements can cut through the marketing clutter, build credibility, and increase sales.


A recent study by the Harvard Business School found that a celebrity endorsement can increase your sales by 20-40%. The study went on to explain that most firms aim to be seen as leaders in their fields; associating with an athletic champion cements the correlation between the athlete’s success and the prowess of the company being advertised. Celebrity endorsement is viewed as receiving advice from a valued friend. 85% of people surveyed felt that celebrity endorsements increased their predilection and confidence in a product or service, according to a survey discussed in the book Contemporary Ideas and Research Marketing.


Chuck Liddell’s name is synonymous with Mixed Martial Arts (“MMA.”) He is a pioneer of the sport and helped popularize the fighting form in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. His sprawl-n-brawl style made him a fan favorite and paved the way for his mainstream media success. Since 2010, Chuck has been paid millions of dollars to appear in commercials for some of the largest companies in the United States; including his Kia Optima commercial which aired during the Super Bowl.


TigerShark Studios is offering a unique opportunity to partner with Chuck Liddell for only $4,950.00 per month with a one-year agreement. This price is a small fraction compared to what Chuck would charge without TigerShark Studio’s special deal. This opportunity is only available to one law firm per DMA. Don’t hesitate, put Chuck in your corner and call today.



The brand value which is achieved by having a celebrity spokesperson is immediate and unmistakable. An element of perceived legitimacy is suddenly more present within a business who has an endorsement deal. The brain is highly tuned to recognize people, although it is ill-equipped to distinguish between celebrities and people you know. When a familiar face promotes a business, it makes it seem as if the business itself is familiar.

The concept of familiarity makes seeing a celebrity result in the stimulation of your internal emotions. This creates an intangible connection between you and the business, making it more memorable. Emotions more than anything else tend to drive our decision-making process. The chance that a client will remember your law firm is vastly increased by having a celebrity spokesperson.




MMA and the UFC would not be what it is today without the raw talent of Chuck Liddell. Commentators and critics have singled Liddell out as one of the fighters who have brought these fighting genres into mainstream American sports. Born December 17, 1969, in Santa Barbara, California, Liddell was raised by his single mother and maternal grandmother. From a young age he was exposed to various boxing techniques. Liddell’s physical aptitude was not limited to the ring. He played high-school football as a center and linebacker and also excelled at college wrestling. While at California Polytechnic State University, Liddell became a Division I wrestler and graduated with a BA in Business/Accounting in 1995. Honing these skills led Liddell on the path to becoming a UFC Hall of Fame recipient and MMA legend.


Chuck Liddell made his UFC debut in 1998. He began a rapid rise to fame by defeating many opponents including Brazilian Jose “Pele” Landi-Johns in a bare-knuckle fight in Landi-Johns native country. Liddell drew on his extensive fighting knowledge of Koei-Kan Karate, Hawaiian Kempo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, kickboxing, and wrestling to claim a series of victories. Liddell’s experience prepared him for his knock out fight against Kevin Randleman at UFC 31 in 2004. While Liddell’s KO victory against Randleman made him a household name, it was his win against Randy Couture that landed him the title of UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and cemented his stardom. Liddell remained the UFC World Light Heavyweight Champion for two years during which he defended his title five times. He was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame in 2009.