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  • 5 years ago
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Juanito Ibarra is now Quinton Jackson's former long-time manager, trainer and friend. He more than anyone would know how Jackson is heading into his fight with Wanderlei Silva at UFC 92, unfortunately he no longer is involved in Jackson's life after Jackson was quoted as saying that he, "dropped some baggage." read news >>

  • 5 years ago
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Juanito Ibarra, the former trainer and manager for ex-UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, on Monday told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) he denies reports that he offered training and strategy advice to Wanderlei Silva, who fights Jackson Dec. 27 at UFC 92. read news >>

  • 6 years ago
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“Quinton had a split from his coach and he knew what a good job we did with [Michael] Bisping so it was a natural move for him. His old management weren’t on great terms with the UFC, but we are very UFC-friendly here and have a lot of time for (UFC president) Dana White so we stepped in. It was the same with Cheick. He was having some problems negotiating his new contract with the UFC and was looking for somewhere to train so it was an easy decision for him to join his mates…. He has been train read news >>

  • 6 years ago
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“Let me explain this to you because it really pisses me off that Ibarra has done what he has done, he is a thief. I have been running training camps for seven years up in Big Bear California and the most that my camp has cost a fighter to attend is $35,000. Ibarra was charging Jackson $65,000 to go to Big Bear. I don’t understand that!! He was being very disrespectful and taking advantage of ‘Rampage’. Including travel, training partners, food and lodging, the most ever was $35,000, maybe if you read news >>

  • 6 years ago
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Following Juanito Ibarra's official resignation as Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's head trainer, Fighters Only Magazine is reporting that Jackson will now join his former teammate Micheal Bisping at the Wolfslair Gym in the UK. read news >>

  • 6 years ago
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Juanito Ibarra, a central figure as both trainer and mentor in the life of Quinton Jackson over the past three-plus years, is struggling to come to grips with the fighter's recent actions and subsequent arrest. read news >>

  • 6 years ago
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With defeat as the impetus, Jackson responded to rough terrain by relieving the trainer of his duties, though “bottom line, somehow, someway it all involves money,” said the fighter’s friend. read news >>