Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson’s career remains on hold due to legal issues between himself and former employer Bellator, and while he’s had a lot negative to say in the past about UFC, he said the company has been cool with him while things get sorted out.
“The whole thing is nuts,” said Jackson (36-11) in a Friday night interview on Inside MMA on AXS TV. “All I try to do is entertain people. That’s been my job. I’ve been doing it for 15 years. I’m the first-ever unified champion of the sport (on Sept. 8, 2007, when he was UFC light heavyweight champion, he defeated Pride champion Dan Henderson in what was billed at the time as a unification match). I don’t get credit for that. I think I’ve been taken advantage of in my career by a lot of promoters. I can’t get into that. I’m going through a lawsuit but the UFC has been cool. The UFC has said if I have to settle out of court and I have to fight in Bellator, they won’t hold me up, and they’ll put my contract on hold. It’s nuts.”
Jackson last fought for UFC on April 25 in Montreal, ….View original article
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