Rampage Jackson wants to fight Deontay Wilder next
Rampage Jackson will cross over to boxing, fight Deontay Wilder under two conditions
Lest you think former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion, Quinton Jackson, is jumping on the “MMA guy wants to cash out via high-profile boxing match” bandwagon, he’s not wrong when he insists he’s been asking for that opportunity long before Kimbo Slice Conor McGregor made it cool.
Remember that Roy Jones Jr. “super fight” back in 2013? Pepperidge Farm remembers.
“I asked Dana White a long time ago, way before Conor McGregor even was around, let me do some boxing,” Jackson told TMZ Sports (transcribed by Adam Martin). “It wasn’t my time, there was nobody for me to fight. I still want to fight a boxing match before I retire.”
Retirement is not far off for the 41 year-old Jackson. But before he can make any future plans, “Rampage” must first deal with former PRIDE FC heavyweight champion, Fedor Emelianenko, at the Bellator-RIZIN event next month in Saitama, Japan.#rampagejackson #deontaywilder #mmanews