The UFC on Fox 6 card is filling up fast with the latest fight expected to take place on the Jan 26 show pitting Quinton "Rampage" Jackson against Glover Teixeira. read news >>
Glover Teixeira maintained his unbeaten streak in the UFC, defeating former champion Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson in their main card fight at UFC on Fox 6 from the United Center in Chicago on Saturday night. read news >>
On Saturday night, Quinton Jackson’s time as a UFC light heavyweight may finally come to a close. read news >>
Quinton Jackson and Glover Teixeira will apparently get it on after all. read news >>
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Prior to his last fight in the Octagon at UFC on FOX 6 against Glover Teixeira, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson said he was leaving the UFC. UFC president Dana White said the organization has closed the door on him. read news >>
Despite earning the biggest win of his career Saturday night, Glover Teixeira is not ready to name himself the UFC light heavyweight division’s No. 1 contender. read news >>
It will have been a while coming, but the light heavyweight showdown between Quinton Jackson and Glover Teixeira will happen, and it's got a date.
Jackson will meet Teixeira when the UFC returns to Chicago for UFC on FOX 6 in January. "Rampage" late Tuesday announced the fight booking through his Twitter account.
UFC on FOX 6 will take place Jan. 26 at United Center in Chicago. The main card will air on FOX with prelims expected for FX and Facebook.
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Quinton "Rampage" Jackson may be approaching his final fight in the UFC, but he's definitely taking it seriously. read news >>
UFC light heavyweight Glover Teixeira appears to again be in line for a
huge opportunity against former 205-pound champion Quinton "Rampage"
And if that's what the UFC wants, Teixeira said, then he's just fine with that.
Of course, if Jackson is next in line, Teixeira said he hopes it's a
fully motivated, fully dedicated "Rampage." After all, the Brazilian
slugger believes wins are important, but he only wants to fight the best
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Glover Teixeira says maybe Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is a little too comfortable in life and not really motivated to be a fighter anymore. read news >>
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Former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has suffered an injury and has been forced to withdraw from his planned UFC 153 appearance. read news >>