Former UFC light heavyweight champ Chuck Liddell is allegedly suing a clothing company for using his likeness without his consent.

According to the lawsuit filed today in the LA County Superior Court, Liddell states that he allowed the clothing company “MMA Authentics” to use the Iceman image in certain clothing products, only if he himself approved the design.

However, Liddel found out that the company was selling a few “novelty items” that conveyed his likeness, when they had not in fact shown him “samples or artwork” for Liddell’s permission. It is unknown as of yet how much money Chuck is asking for in the suit.