‘After I Leave the UFC, I’m Done With Them,’ Rampage Jackson (Video)


Quinton Rampage Jackson UFC 135“After I leave the UFC, I’m done with them. Just like when I left Pride.”

Those were the words of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, a recent guest on HDNet’s Inside MMA.

During his interview, Rampage talked about his changing attitude towards fans once he arrived on the UFC scene, and tiring of fighting “cowards” in the UFC.

Check out the highlights of his Inside MMA interview below…

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