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Rampage says Travis Browne ripped him off, suggests Rousey and Jones may have been intimate

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In a recent Twitch webcast, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson discussed issues he has with Travis Browne, then suggested that Ronda Rousey and Jon Jones may have been more than friends.

Travis Browne and Ronda Rousey haven’t had the best start of the year with both logging losses in their latest fights, as well as both being the target of fan ridicule thanks to Browne’s most recent opponent, Derrick Lewis. Browne’s unsuccessful attempt to stop Lewis fell woefully short, and following his scary knockout loss, “Hapa” was subjected to an ongoing roast, as “The Black Beast” taunted him about his girlfriend (Rousey) and past domestic abuse allegations in the post-fight interview and on his social media in the days following the bout.

During a recent webcast session on the gaming platform Twitch, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has joined Lewis, publicly lambasting Browne about improperly training his dog (and keeping the money Jackson paid him) and suggesting that Rousey and former light heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones may have been more than just friends. H/T to MMA Mania for the transcript:

“You guys know I don’t like Travis Browne,” Jackson said. “He trained one of my dogs and did a shit job and ripped me off and kept my money and didn’t pay me back and kept her too long. And she came back dumber than when she left! So, I’m always happy when Travis Browne get the s**t beat of out him. He trained my Cane Corso, actually. He did a s**t job. That was right when he got in the UFC, he did that. So he like f**ked me off. I’m like, ‘You little piece of s**t.’”

After reading the above quote, we gave the rest of the 10-plus-minute clip a watch and discovered Rampage had a little zinger for Rousey, as well.

“Jon Jones, you ain’t got sh*t for Ronda. I heard you smashed it already, anyway.”

Rampage faces Mo Lawal in a heavyweight bout scheduled for March 31st at Bellator 175.

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