Quinton "Rampage" Jackson proved his drawing power at Bellator 108, propelling the promotion to its second-best TV ratings of the season.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's Bellator debut was as advertised, as the former champion returned to form with a first round knockout of Joey Beltran.
After his originally scheduled Bellator debut fight against Tito Ortiz was scrapped, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson finally made his promotional debut at Friday night’s Bellator 108.
The Bellator 108 weigh-ins have been completed from the Revel casino in preparation for Friday night's event, which will showcase Rampage Jackson vs. Joey Beltran.
Disappointed at his Bellator PPV fight with Tito Ortiz falling apart, Rampage Jackson happy to be fighting Joey Beltran, told MMAWeekly.com, "I feel like the Quinton from Pride."
According to Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, booking Rampage Jackson and Joey Beltran for their November fight "made sense" in the shuffle to find Jackson a replacement opponent.
Even if Tito Ortiz gets a clean bill of health and is cleared to fight, Quinton Jackson is “over” the idea of competing against the fellow ex-UFC light heavyweight champion.Filed...
After having his Bellator pay-per-view headlining bout with Tito Ortiz fall apart, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson will make his promotional debut against Joey Beltran on Nov. 15 at Bellator 108.
With Tito Ortiz out of their planned Bellator 106 pay-per-view headliner, Quinton Jackson instead will meet fellow UFC vet Joey Beltran in Bellator 108's headliner.
Quinton Jackson said he can't be too upset about Tito Ortiz pulling out of their fight at Bellator 106 due to an injury, but "Rampage" was hopeful the organization would find a replacement a...
With Bellator's pay-per-view plans going down in flames, we may soon see Quinton "Rampage" Jackson make his promotional debut on Spike TV.
Following reports that Tito Ortiz suffered a neck injury that forced him out of the upcoming Bellator pay-per-view fight with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, the event will now be free.
Bellator’s worst nightmare leading up to its first pay-per-view offering came true on Friday when Tito Ortiz had to withdraw from his main event match-up with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.
Bellator is taking giant steps -- well, Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz are -- to promote its upcoming pay-per-view debut.
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney said he gets daily calls from Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, who raves about how good his knees feel. "He said his knees haven't felt this good since he was 18," Rebney...