Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz publicly apologize and settle lawsuit with trainer Juanito Ibarra

A longstanding defamation lawsuit between boxing trainer Juanito Ibarra and former client Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, along with Tito Ortiz, was due to go to trial next month but has been settled out of court. In a press release PMN received today, both Jackson and Ortiz are quoted as saying they were wrong regarding negative statements they … Read more

Juanito Ibarra discusses MMA progress of James Toney *VIDEO*

Between Bible lessons Juanito Ibarra discusses the development of James Toney as an MMA fighter. He says Toney is learning all aspects of MMA and compares him to a sponge. Ibarra also says Toney will not be rushed and will not step inside the UFC Octagon before he is ready. When asked who Toney’s first opponent might be, Ibarra says it’s not his decision and he no longer manages fighters. … Read more

Freddie Roach thinks the UFC is using James Toney

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Legendary boxing trainer Freddie Roach thinks the UFC is using James Toney to prove MMA fighters are better than boxers. At least that is what he said in a recent interview with Crave Online: I think they’re using James as a way to say MMA fighters are better than boxers.  If he … Read more

Quinton Jackson finds a home

by:  Jack Bratcher

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has joined fellow fighters Michael Bisping and Paul Kelly at the Wolfslair fight team according to Fighters Only. Gym owners, Anthony McGann and Lee Gwynne confirmed he has signed a three-year deal with the British team.

McGann aknowledges that Jackson’s former coach, Juanito Ibarra did resign but that they parted on good terms.

It seems Jackson and Bisping have formed a close relationship so that combined with the fact they are called “Wolfslair,” made it an easy choice for the Memphis native known for his wolf-like howls.  He even spoke of it being “destiny.”

It seems when Jackson fights in the U.S. his camp will be split between Big Bear, where they will bring the Wolfslair to him, and England, which is the homebase of the team.  And when he fights in England, his full camp will be there.  His day-to-day training will continue at the Huntington Beach Ultimate Training Center.

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