Rampage says he’s done with the UFC

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is back in the news talking about the respect he has for the movie business, and the hard work it takes mentally to be an actor. The subject of him pulling out of the fight with Rashad Evans to film the A-Team movie is discussed. Also, the former light heavyweight champ says … Read more

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson gets three years probation – trying to focus on the positive

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson talks about focusing on the positive things in this new video interview from the OC Register. Jackson, the former UFC light heavyweight champion, was sentenced to three years probation after a much publicized high-speed police chase that ended at gun point in the summer of 2008. Jackson plays “B.A. Baracus” in the … Read more

The A-Team movie trailer featuring Rampage Jackson as B.A. Baracus

Remember that movie Quinton “Rampage” Jackson ducked out of the fight against Rashad Evans to star in? Here it is – The A-Team. Rampage plays the character Master Sergeant Bosco Albert (“B.A.”) Baracus. I always liked “Face” cause he had the cool disguises. Looks like it might be half decent. What do you think? Will … Read more

Watch Quinton Jackson’s award winning performance in “Death Warrior”

Everyone knows by now that Quinton “Rampage” Jackson gave up his fighting career to become an actor. And once you watch this video clip of a fight scene from his new movie Death Warrior you will realize why. Upon viewing, it becomes immediately evident Rampage’s acting skills far surpass his fighting, and an Academy Award … Read more

UFC President Dana White discusses Quinton Jackson and smaller Octagon

Do you think the Octagon is too big? Would a smaller cage help force the action?
Do you think the Octagon is too big? Would a smaller cage help force the action?

Dave Doyle over at Yahoo Sports recently spoke with UFC President Dana White about a number of topics but a couple of things stuck out in particular.

Doyle asked White if anything had changed between himself and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson since he quit fighting to follow his dreams of Hollywood movie stardom. White said nothing had changed but he feels Rampage is not done fighting.

“Nothing’s changed, but he’ll be back. He’ll fight. ‘Rampage’ is mad right now, he’ll do his movie things, but we’ll figure it out. He knows this is where his money is.”

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