Rampage Jackson Says MMA Future Is Uncertain


Quinton “Rampage” Jackson will be preparing to face King Mo one more time this March at Bellator 175, it’s his final fight on his Bellator MMA contract.

Rampage doesn’t exactly know what his future holds, as he's been in the fight game for nearly two decades. 

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“If the TV stuff takes off, I’ll retire from fighting,” Jackson said on The MMA Hour. “If not, I’ll finish up my contract, finish up my stuff and then retire. I’ve been in a lot of wars, brother.”

Rampage has spent the last few years in Bellator MMA, despite a one fight shot in the UFC. He wishes things would improve with the promotion.

“I just wish that things would be a little bit different with Bellator, a little bit better,” Jackson said. “I wish I knew where the venue was right away and stuff like that. The fight is like eight weeks away, how do you not know where the venue is? I got my family texting me, like, ‘Man, we want to get our tickets now, we want to get our flights now.’”

Bellator 175 takes place on Friday, March 31 from a location to be announced with Quinton Jackson and King Mo headlining, the main card will be airing live on Spike TV.

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