Quinton (Rampage) Jackson vows he is done with UFC after his next fight, set for Jan. 26. (SUBMITTED/PHOTO)
As far as Quinton (Rampage) Jackson is concerned, there’s nothing the UFC could do to get him to stay.
Jackson has long had a rocky relationship with the world’s largest MMA promotion, but tensions have been especially strained over the last year. The former light-heavyweight champion lashed out at UFC president Dana White on the heels of dropping a decision to Ryan Bader in February. White was openly critical of Jackson, who failed to make weight for the bout due to a knee injury.