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Quinton "Rampage" Jackson returns to the Bellator cage Friday night, and he'll do so as a participant in the MMA promotion's light heavyweight tournament.
Here's the fight card for Bellator 110, scheduled for Feb. 28 at Mohegan Sun:
Main card, 9 p.m. ET on Spike
Light heavyweight semifinals
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. Christian M’Pumbu
King Mo Lawal vs. Mikhail Zayats
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Remember when it was supposed to be Quinton "Rampage" Jackson vs. Tito Ortiz on Bellator's pay-per-view debut? Well, now it's Rampage vs. Joey Beltran on Spike TV in Atlantic City on Nov. 15. Ortiz pulled out of the Nov. 2 bout late last week with a neck injury, forcing the pay-per-view card to shift to Spike TV with Michael Chandler's rematch against Eddie Alvarez elevated to the main...Read more »
Fox Sports Latin America and Bellator agreed to a muti-year partnership that gives the network exclusive broadcast rights to the MMA promotion's content, both parties announced Tuesday. The deal begins in October with Bellator's library of fights and other programming and will be shown in all Latin American countries, including Brazil. “Fox Sports Latin America has been looking for the premier...Read more »
This much we know: Tito Ortiz will emerge from retirement to fight Quinton “Rampage” Jackson inside the Bellator cage on Nov. 2 on pay-per-view. In the nook of the Internet reserved for mixed martial arts, such information caused quite a stir — much of it negative in nature. Here’s what we don’t yet know, and thus can’t light up the Internet complaining about or championing its cause: how much...Read more »
"Seinfeld" fans spent nine years watching a show about nothing. If you want to spend four minutes and 16 seconds of your life watching the same thing, but with less comedy and looser-fitting jeans, watch Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's debut appearance on Impact Wrestling after he signed with Bellator and TNA earlier this week.
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Former Pride and UFC champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has signed a multi-year deal with Bellator MMA, TNA Wrestling and Spike TV, the companies announced Tuesday. Rampage has always been an outspoken individual, evidenced by his interviews and his time as a coach on "The Ultimate Fighter" opposite rival Rashad Evans. As part of his deal, Rampage (32-11) will be returning to...Read more »