Found February 26, 2012 on
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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 and re-injured it during the fight) in camp prevented him from doing much, if any, cardio, most people (me included) thought Rampage would still finish Bader. Instead, Rampage gassed early and was dominated the majority of the fight. Bader won a unanimous decision.
During the fight, on Twitter, Dan Henderson, who lost to Rampage at UFC 75, was quite critical of the former UFC Light Heavyweight champion.
Hendo taking shots at Rampage’s heart and mind. What would happen if these two hooked up again? I might have to go with Henderson considering how each fighter has looked in their past few fights. I don’t think i...
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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...
Ben Henderson and Frankie Edgar fought at UFC 144 in Japan and a new UFC lightweight champion was crowned after the bout.
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...
“I wasn’t going to say anything. I thought I was going to make weight. I got injured in my camp and it kind of hindered me from doing a lot running. I didn’t want to miss this fight, this fight was important to me and I fought so hard to get it so I said [...]
“Honestly, the name that really pops in my head is Dan Henderson just because they’re wondering what to do with him. Dan Henderson has been a hero of mine since I started in this sport. I really admire the guy. He’s a great fighter, been at the top for a long time. I think part [...]
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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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