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Sunday, 02/26/2012, 03:56 pm

UFC 144 Coverage | Rampage Jackson Post Fight Interview (Video)

The UFC’s return trip to Japan has come and gone. For the first time ever the UFC put on a four-hour pay-per-view event featuring seven main card fights.

In the main event it was Ben Henderson who proved to be the better man and secured championship gold around his waist. The main event went the distance but it was the former champion, Frankie Edgar who looked severely damaged after his 25-minutes in the cage with the new champion Benson Henderson.

In the co-main event of the evening an injured Quinton “Rampage” Jackson did his best to thwart off the wrestling onslaught of his opponent, Ryan Bader, but in the end he lost the fight on all three judges’ score cards.



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17 Responses to “UFC 144 Coverage | Rampage Jackson Post Fight Interview (Video)”

  1. Nick says:

    That was nice. The skateboard toolbag was a douche.

  2. “I’ll do anything for my fans”.

    Love that.

  3. Q says:

    Very disappointing fight by Rampage

    • ..... says:

      Are you serious?!?!?!Ryan “The Mastur” Bader is the one to blame!all that pussey ass mothafucka did was lay and pray!FUCK YOU RETARD!GO LICK BADER’S PUSSEYYY’!!!!!!

  4. Ryan Bader says:

    I feel sorry for you now Quint, rehab your knee and we’ll do it again.

  5. Carlos says:

    Good job by rampage tried his best

  6. Mav says:

    It’s hard not to like Rampage after seeing his interviews. The guy has a sense of humour and obviously cares about his fans.

  7. Twatty Mc.Twatface says:

    yo who the fuck is that skater douche. he seemed gay, too much into the scene like it matters that someone is wearing skate clothing. omg “POSER”, newsflash: he doesnt need to post, hes the official aftershow post interviewer for the ufc “LOSER”

  8. Ninja Oreo Dollop says:

    Even though Rampage lost he still put on an entertaining fight. He did what he set out to do. I’m still a supportive fan and would like to see him surprise some fighters with a solid ground game. All these young up and coming fighters are afraid of his stand up and just want to grapple. That don’t want any part of his stand up. Really he is one of the toughest guys to finish and he really only loses by decision. Jones vs Rampage being the only exception in the UFC.

  9. jonsey says:

    rampage is losing it ,,he aint the sme,,the rampage who fought jones only cut 3 pounds…how could he allow himslef to gain 28 pounds agqain…and he begged for this fight…time and time again rampage talks big and not deliver…rampage vs evans was same shit…he just wants money now.he is like bj he dont like to train and likes to fight,,so he should move to hw like bj did to ww when he got tired of training

    • Steven says:

      it was 6 lbs, and like he has said it was an injury that kept him from doing street work.. he’s not fat trust me, you see his physique this time around? fuller muscles better all around physique, at the weigh ins we really saw that, and even in the interviews

  10. Jason N says:

    Tito V Ranmpage

  11. ..... says:

    ryan Bader is the one to blame! that pussey’ wouldn’t trade with rampage and decided to make it a boring fight and take it to the ground; layin and prayin’!Piece of pussaey ass shit that got KTFO by tito ortiz!FUCK that pussey!

    • AVDoug says:

      Did we watch the same fight? Bader never laid and prayed for the win. Also last time I checked the Bader/Ortiz fight was a stoppage due to Guillotine choke not a KO.

  12. &; says:

    why does everyone keep saying he didn’t use the knee as an excuse? All I’ve heard, both leading up to and following the fight is how an injury had hurt his training.
    Here are the facts; he came in out of shape, looked slow against a slow Ryan Bader, and was absolutely dominated in that fight.

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