Pacquiao and Broner arrive in Vegas, speak to media

WBA welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao takes on challenger Adrien Broner this Saturday and the hype is ramping up. While this match-up may not have the attention that Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury did we will admit we are almost as excited. We hope other fans realize like us that any time a boxer steps in … Read more

Roy Jones Jr gives his epic take on Pacquiao vs Broner

Boxing legend Roy Jones Jr spoke with FightHype.com and he broke down Saturday’s Manny Pacquiao vs Adrien Broner blockbuster boxing match as only he could. Boxing is about staying hungry and healthy and never taking your eyes off the prize. To Jones Jr a fighter’s ‘fire’ is important and he takes that in to account … Read more

Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey *VIDEO*

On March 13, 2010, Manny Pacquiao took on Joshua Clottey at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Although Clottey landed the occasional good shot, they were too few and far between. Pacquiao, scoring his 51st victory, proved once again why he is Ring Magazine’s number one ranked pound-for-pound boxer in the world. Freddie Roach, Pacquiao’s trainer, … Read more

It’s no more “Mr. Nice Guy” for Quinton Jackson

Photo: Sherdog - It's probably safe to say the days of Rampage getting dry humped by the UFC President while two billionaire brothers watch are over.

As you have probably heard, earlier this month Quinton “Rampage” Jackson announced he would return to the UFC to finish out the last three fights on his contract. Although he has decided to come back, do not be surprised if he is not the same wise-cracking “happy-go-lucky” Quinton that first arrived on the UFC scene back in 2007.

Things are different now. And according to Jackson’s statements in a recent interview with Michael Pepper, from U.K. site MMA Bay, it’s “no more Mr. Nice Guy,” for the former UFC light heavyweight champ.

The trouble between Jackson and the UFC seemingly stems from the circumstances surrounding his time filming The Ultimate Fighter season 10 and the subsequent fight that was to take place with opposing coach Rashad Evans.

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