A confident Rampage Doesn’t Care If Jones Sends Spies, Won’t Change The Outcome
“At the end of the day, I don’t care. I’m very confident in this fight. You guys have no idea. A lot of people have counted me out in this fight, and I love it. I’m happy. It’s like when I fought Chuck Liddell to get the title. No one counted me in. I’m OK with it. Jon Jones can set up camp and watch me train, for all I care because he won’t be able to stop what I’m going to do to him. I don’t care about this spy in my camp. He, she or it can keep watching me, whoever it is. I’m training hard. I’m very confident. It ain’t no secret that I’m going to try to throw these hands on Jon Jones. I’m pretty sure one, two, or three of my punches are going to land. I’m going to make them count every time they do. I’m just training my ass off for anything.”
Rampage Jackson tells The MMA Hour that he doesn’t care who watches him train for his UFC 135 title clash with current divisional champion, Jon Jones.
Earlier in the week Rampage came out with claims that Jones and team had sent in spies to report back to them developments inside the camp of Jackson. In what has now been dubbed “SpyGate” Rampage is convinced now more than ever that it doesn’t matter who is spying in him, there’s only one outcome he see’s in this fight.