Despite an attempt to rebrand himself as a positive individual, Charles "Kid Khaos" Bennett, better known as "Krazy Horse," has already experienced a run-in with the law.
Bennett, 30, was arrested Monday on a charge of aggravated battery with grievous bodily harm at the site of his current team, the FIT NHB Gym in Albuquerque, N.M.
The arrest was first reported by Sherdog.com and is listed in the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department's records.
Although his frequent run-ins with the police has made him a running joke amongst fans, he possesses knockout power that has earned him victories against top competition the likes of Yoshiro Maeda and KJ Noons. He's also fought against current and former top 10 ranked fighters in Takanori Gomi, Tatsuya Kawajiri, Jeff Curran and Urijah Faber.
The King of the Cage, PRIDE and EliteXC veteran last fought a month ago, losing by KO to Bobby Green at a King of the Cage event in Highland, Calif.
According to Marion County Sheriff's Office in Florida, Bennett has been arrested over 20 times since 1997. Someone in 2007 put together a video collecting his numerous mugshots, which can be viewed below.