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UFC 186: It Would Be a Total Buzzkill If Rampage Jackson Can't Fight on the Card

With T.J. Dillashaw dropping out of the main event, it is now even more important to have Quinton "Rampage" Jackson fighting at UFC 186. The card lacks star power with Rampage off the card. If politics and legalities go through, MMAShow More Summary

Court's Reading of Contract Will Settle Bellator vs. Rampage Jackson Standoff

I have read the entirety of Bellator's request for an injunction (obtained by Bleacher Report via a Freedom of Information Act request late last week) against Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. I have opinions on the injunction, but those aren't enough, and so I've turned to an expert. Show More Summary

Matching clause for Bellator may tie up 'Rampage' Jackson in court, says lawyer

QuintonRampageJackson is set to meet Fabio Maldonado at UFC 186 next month. But there may be legal hurdles with Bellator. Get the insight inside. Filed under: Bellator, News, UFC

'Ramage' contract included potential pay-per-view bout with Roy Jones, Jr.

Bellator MMA held the option to promote a pay-per-view boxing match between QuintonRampageJackson and boxer Roy Jones, Jr., according to Jackson’s contract with the Viacom-owned promotion.Filed under: Bellator, News, UFC

Scott Coker: Failed contract renegotiation led to 'Rampage' Jackson's discussions with UFC

Quinton Jackson’s negotiations with the UFC came after a failed attempt to renegotiate his deal with Bellator. Bellator President Scott Coker claims Jackson’s relationship with the Viacom-owned promotion soured after the two couldn’t come to an agreement on (...)

Bellator Promised Rampage Jackson a Lot of Swag to No Avail

Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC In May of last year, QuintonRampageJackson fought and defeated Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal via unanimous decision at Bellator 120. It was his third consecutive triumph for the Viacom-owned UFC competitor. Show More Summary

Bellator injunction reveals exorbitant contract perks for Rampage Jackson as UFC legal battle continues

Bellator MMA's filing with the Superior Court in Burlington County, New Jersey, for an injunction against Quinton Jackson, revealed some interesting perks and expenditures they made to the former (and once again current) UFC fighter. Ever...Show More Summary

Rampage Jackson accuses Bellator of phony injunction, expects to compete at UFC 186

Bellator MMA filed an injunction earlier this week in the Chancery Division of the Superior Court in Burlington County, New Jersey, one that is expected to keep Quinton Jackson from competing at the upcoming UFC 186 pay-per-view (PPV)...Show More Summary

The Battle Over Rampage Continues

Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC What is it about QuintonRampageJackson that keeps us so enthralled? Two months after re-signing with the UFC to face Fabio Maldonado at UFC 186 in April, Rampage is back in the news, as Bellator has...Show More Summary

Bellator goes to court to keep 'Rampage' Jackson from fighting in UFC

If you're looking forward to a slugfest between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Fabio Maldonado on April 25th in Montreal at UFC 186, Bellator MMA has other ideas. It was a newsworthy weekend for Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, all done without...Show More Summary

Bellator Files Lawsuit Against Rampage, Puts UFC Return in Jeopardy

Bellator isn’t letting QuintonRampageJackson go without a fight. A statement was released to Bleacher Report on Monday detailing a lawsuit that has been filed against the MMA legend for signing with the UFC and breaching his exclusive...Show More Summary

'Rampage' Jackson calls 'King Mo' Lawal a coward following Bellator 134 victory over Cheick Kongo

It's no secret that Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal aren't pals -- having sparred both verbally and physically in the past -- but Jackson couldn't resist getting in an extra dig after Lawal's Bellator 134 fight...Show More Summary

Rampage Jackson threatens to countersue Bellator MMA for $20 million after bolting for UFC

Sue me? Sue you! It seems lawsuits are all the rage these days. After Bellator MMA president Scott Coker took a vow of silence regarding the departure of Quinton Jackson to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), saying he would let his...Show More Summary

Fabio Maldonado vs. Rampage Jackson? 'Iron Hillbilly' petitions UFC for 'fun fight'

If and when Quinton Jackson finally makes his return to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), something mixed martial arts (MMA) fans are expecting in early 2015 after last week's surprise announcement, "Rampage" won't have to look far...Show More Summary

With Contract Fight Brewing, Rampage Jackson Not Worth the Trouble for UFC

Perhaps there was a time when QuintonRampageJackson was worth the hassle. Maybe back in 2007—when he entered the UFC with three straight victories and won the light heavyweight championship from Chuck Liddell—it was possible to block...Show More Summary

Gag order! Scott Coker ends dialog on Rampage defection, defers to Bellator attorneys

If there is going to be any more discussion on Quinton Jackson, who terminated his Bellator contract and re-signed with UFC just last weekend, it's not going to some from Bellator President Scott Coker. That's because attorneys for the...Show More Summary

Rampage Tells Scott Coker to “Shut Up,” Explains Why He Shredded Bellator Contract

(Quinton "Rampage" Jackson in 2016, after he fights twice in the UFC, angrily leaves, and resigns with Bellator. / Photo via Getty) The story of the weekend isn't Lyoto Machida's 61-second destruction of C.B. Dollaway, it's the UFC's...Show More Summary

Rampage Jackson Returning to UFC: 3 Potential Opponents for Comeback Fight

After an ugly breakup, the UFC seems to have mended fences with former light heavyweight champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. It's surprising, it's confusing, and it's almost certainly going to be entertaining. It remains unclear whether or not Jackson will be able to go back to the UFC freely. Show More Summary

QuintonRampageJackson Returns To UFC; Bellator CEO Scott Coker Claims Contract

Former UFC Light-Heavyweight Champion QuintonRampageJackson shocked the Mixed Martial Arts world when it was announced tonight during UFC Fight Night on Fox Sports 1 that the popular fighter would return to the UFC after two years...Show More Summary

Scott Coker warns UFC after Rampage Jackson jumps ship: Bellator will protect its contractual rights

Quinton Jackson's return to UFC was just announced during the UFC Fight Night 58 broadcast on FOX Sports 1. Bellator president Scott Coker responded on Twitter that the former UFC light heavyweight is still under contract with Bellator. Looks...Show More Summary

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