Leading up to tonight’s UFC 144 showdown with Ryan Bader, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (Pictured) has talked quite a bit about walking away from mixed martial arts. If retirement is coming around the corner, let’s just hope Rampage has already paid off his fat house and sick toys.
UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste takes fans inside the life of Rampage. The former light heavyweight champion shows off his newly-built ‘Rampage Fitness Academy,’ house and fancy cars.
Rampage’s nastiest whip is a peppermint green Lamborghini Murcielago. It’s certainly not as nice as my Lambo, but not too shabby…
UFC 144 takes place tonight inside Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.
Please click the media player below to peep Rampage’s crib:
Via The Hair of the Dog Sports Blog
February 26, 2012
Rampage Jackson after his loss to Ryan Bader at UFC 144 Getty ImagesQuinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson said he would finish Ryan Bader “as fast as possible” at UFC 144. That was probably a good game plan for Rampage considering he entered the fight with a half empty gas tank. After missing weight by six pounds and stating an injury (after the fight he said he injured his knee in camp...
Quinton Jackson (32-9) vs. Ryan Bader (13-2)
It will be a Japanese homecoming for the former Pride mainstay "Rampage" as he returns to the sight of his many career highlights for a light-heavyweight showdown against former "The Ultimate Fighter" winner Bader.
Jackson, 33, had his share of triumphs and tribulations in Japan. One of the most accomplished light...
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This might be the deepest card we have had in a long time for the UFC.. It’s a shame Rampage couldn’t make weight and came into weigh-ins at 211 pounds.. I’m going with Frankie Edgar, Ryan Bader, Cheik Kongo, and Jake Shields.-TO
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