Rampage was long gone.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson gave more of a show as he exited United Center than he did in his UFC on FOX 6 co-main event that Glover Teixeira dominated for a unanimous decision victory at United Center on Saturday night.
"He just walked out and screamed, 'You're gonna miss me!'" UFC president Dana White relayed. "I said, 'I miss you already, buddy.'"
Maybe Rampage the name. Rampage the movie star. Rampage from five years ago.
The Rampage in the Octagon was nothing to feel misty about. He was winded by the second round and maybe his lone victory on the night was not getting knocked out by Teixeira, who extended his winning streak to 18 consecutive fights.
Jackson, 34, spent the final few seconds of the final fight of his UFC contract on his back as Teixeira fired away from the mount. While losing of late wasn't new for Jackson, there was a rare scene in a Fuel TV post-fight interview: a contrite and introspective Jackson.
"I've been fighting 13 years and th...