Former UFC light heavyweight champion, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (32-11 MMA), is set to make his Bellator debut against Joey Beltran at this weekend’s Bellator 108 event in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
“Rampage” was initially slated to face Tito Ortiz at Bellator 106, however, “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” was forced to pull out of the bout with an injury.
One of Jackson’s former opponents, Dan Henderson, recently completed his contract with the UFC. This prompted a reporter to ask “Rampage” what he thought of a potential rematch with “Hendo,” here’s what Quinton had to say (via MikeBohnMMA):
“Why would I be interested in having a rematch with Dan Henderson?” Jackson said. “I already beat him; I beat him for the unified titles. I beat him for the PRIDE title. He has no titles now. He sucks.”
Pretty harsh words from Rampage considering both he and Dan are riding 3-fight losing skids. What do you think? Let’s hear it Penn Nation!
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