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Rampage Jackson: ‘I Might as Well Go Ahead and Retire’

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Although he returned to the Octagon earlier this year with a win over Fabio Maldonado at UFC 186, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is nearing the end of his rope when it comes to fighting.
Jackson signed with and fought for the UFC after he and his management terminated his contract with Bellator after what they deemed an unresolved breach on Bellator and Viacom’s part.
“They promised movies, pro wrestling, reality shows and everything to boost their pay-per-views,” Jackson said on Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour. “Everybody saw what happened to Bjorn Rebney, he got canned. Scott Coker came in and the company was turned upside down and my contract got (expletive) on. For some reason, Viacom didn’t want to fix things. So my manager terminated (our contract).”
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His former employer tried to stop him from fighting at UFC 186 in April, but a court overturned a temporary injunction, which cleared the way for Jackson to fight.
Despite his successful return to the UFC, Jackson is still tied up in a breach of contract lawsuit with Bellator and Viacom, which has been dragging on, and keeping him from fighting again. With the way ….View original article