Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has been the talk of the town since losing to Ryan Bader at UFC 144 in Japan. He’s brought up TRT usage, a knee injury leading up to his fight with Bader, and wanting to be done with the UFC.

Rampage on Monday did an extensive phone interview with Inside MMA’s Bas Rutten.

He talked at length about TRT usage and drug abuse, the knee injury that he felt hampered him in his fight with Bader, and also flatly stated that he wished he didn’t have one more fight on his UFC contract, he wants out.

“I don’t want to be with them no more,” Rampage stated. “I think that slavery is done.”

Check out Rampage’s explosive interview with Bas Rutten…

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