Quinton “Rampage” Jackson dominated Matt Hamill at UFC 130 on Saturday night. It may not have been flashy, but the unanimous decision victory earned Jackson a shot at UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones.

The one prohibiting factor could be a fractured hand that Rampage suffered in a drunken incident in December… we’ll let him tell that story.

Rampage brushed the injury aside, it was injured well before the fight, but came in and did the best he could anyway. It may have affected his performance, but Rampage wouldn’t use it as an excuse, saying that he didn’t think he would have been able to knock Hamill out on Saturday night, broken hand or not.

The question now though is if the hand is broken and if it will keep him out of the fight with Jones.

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