UFC 114: Rampage vs Rashad Light Heavyweight Rashad Evans silenced opponent and arch-nemesis Quinton Jackson with a unanimous decision win Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.May 30, 2010
Wanderlei “The Axe Murderer” Silva versus Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is a mixed martial arts series of fights that began in the now-defunct Pride Fighting Championships in Japan. All four fights have been televised live on pay-per-view.
1.85 m Quinton Jackson/Height
43 years (June 20, 1978) Quinton Jackson/Age
“Rampage” Jackson was one of Pride’s biggest names. After a long and tiring fight in which Jackson had the edge, the fight was stopped by Liddell’s corner, giving Jackson one of the biggest wins of his career and sending “The Iceman” back to the UFC, where he later became the light-heavyweight champion.
Widely known as “Rampage” because of his wildly fighting nature, Jackson has also fought kickboxing. He has a record of 38 MMA fight wins. Rampage Jackson | Quick Facts. Full Name Quinton Ramone Jackson Last Update August, 2021 Jun 30, 2021
Jackson ended up dropping the title to The Ultimate Fighter Season 1 winner Forrest Griffin at UFC 86 via a narrow unanimous decision. After losing the title, Jackson would go 4-4 for the rest of his UFC run.Jul 17, 2018
Memphis, Tennessee, United States Quinton Jackson/Place of birth
Winning the Light Heavyweight Championship Jackson then defeated Pride Middleweight Champion Dan Henderson at UFC 75, on September 8, 2007, in London, England via unanimous decision to unify the two organizations’ titles.
In 2013, he left the UFC to join Bellator after he had some issues with how Dana White and company did business. What unfolded was a lengthy stretch where Jackson refused to fight for Bellator, and the company attempted to force him to fight for them.