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Rampage Jackson Tells His Detractors: I’m Still Here

Rampage Jackson Tells His Detractors: I’m Still Here

It only took former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson about four minutes to show Christian M’Pumbu he isn’t ready for retirement yet.

Jackson scored a first round knockout victory over the former Bellator champion, advancing to the finals of the season 10 tournament at Bellator 110 Friday night.

Up next for Jackson will be long-time rival Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal, who entered the cage and had to be separated from Jackson by referees and officials.

“You next, you next, you next,” Jackson started screaming at Lawal during his interview.

After leaving the UFC following a victory over Joey Beltran, Jackson has now picked up two straight finishes with Bellator.

“These guys think I’m finished,” Jackson screamed. “They are talking about retiring me. I take that personally.

“I’m a monster. I’m taking everybody out. Anybody that gets in this cage, they are going to sleep.”

Jackson and Lawal have had a lengthy feud, calling each other out while in separate organizations.

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