UFC president Dana White says he doesn't plan to counter program Bellator MMA's first pay-per-view on Nov. 2 and doesn't think that Bellator is competition
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz’ return to fighting will not interfere with his management of other fighters.
Former UFC champions Tito Ortiz and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson take parting shots at the UFC during a press conference promoting their Nov. 2 Bellator MMA
Are you willing to pay $35, $40 or $50 for Bellator MMA's first pay-per-view featuring Tito Ortiz vs. Quintion "Rampage" Jackson on Nov. 2?
On the heels of MMA icon and Wolfslair alum Quinton “Rampage” Jackson joining Bellator, the promotion announced Wednesday the signing of his teammates.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson says there's always been a secret rivalry between himself and friend and former training partner Tito Ortiz.
Tito Ortiz is just 12 weeks removed from ACL replacement surgery and feeling better than ever.
Check out the media conference call with Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Tito Ortiz, and Bellator president Bjorn Rebney answering questions about Bellator's first pay-per-view offering, Rampage
UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz followed former trainer partner Rampage Jackson's footsteps all the way to Bellator MMA, but he also mimicked his move
Bellator 97 took place Wednesday night at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M., just outside of Albuquerque. It proved to be one
While everyone was focused on the Roy Jones Jr. smokescreen, Bellator MMA did an end around and signed Quinton "Rampage" Jackson to fight Tito Ortiz
If Bellator and parent company Viacom enter the pay-per-view realm with a Rampage Jackson vs. Roy Jones Jr. boxing match, UFC president Dana White welcomes
Former UFC champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has apparently booked his first fight since signing with Bellator, but it won't be in an MMA bout. Instead,
Great Debate Radio returns for Thursday's show with guests including newly signed Bellator fighter Quinton "Rampage" Jackson as well as UFC 162's Tim Kennedy, plus
Bellator MMA kicks off Season 9 with the Fight Master live finale on Saturday, Sept. 7, but will then move to a new Friday night
Just days after announcing a new deal with Bellator, Impact Wrestling, and Spike TV, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson made his Impact Wrestling debut opposite former Olympian
Pride and UFC veteran Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is eyeing heavyweight fights for Bellator MMA, making movies for Paramount Pictures, wrestling for TNA, and a whole
Cheick Kongo is following Wolfslair teammate Quinton “Rampage” Jackson to Bellator MMA.
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has signed a multi-year contract that includes Bellator MMA, TNA Wrestling, and Spike TV.
Prior to his last fight in the Octagon at UFC on FOX 6 against Glover Teixeira, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson said he was leaving the UFC.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson appears resolute in leaving the Octagon behind. It may take some time, however, as the UFC retains a matching rights for a
Glover Teixeira is quickly laying down roots in the Octagon, but he is in no rush to claim a shot at Jon Jones... at least,
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson may have fought his last fight for the UFC on Saturday night, but he insists he's not done with MMA, resigned to
Glover Teixeira maintained his unbeaten streak in the UFC, defeating former champion Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson in their main card fight at UFC on Fox 6
Women's groups, assisted by the Culinary Union, are demanding that Rampage Jackson be pulled from Saturday's UFC on Fox 6 due to a very controversial
Check out this video update from Fuel TV's Jon Anik, as he gives us the lowdown the explosive UFC on Fox 6 main card.
Move over Joe Silva, Twitter isn’t just for micro-blogging anymore. Quinton Jackson vs. Glover Teixeira could be back on after a Twitter exchange with UFC
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has made it no secret that he's "done with the UFC." Well, UFC president Dana White says the feeling is mutual.
Rampage Jackson makes no bones about how he feels about his current employer: "After I leave the UFC, I'm done with them. Just like when
2011 was a huge year for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. Not only did he capture the belt early in the year, but he