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Quinton “Rampage” Jackson Wants A “Devastating Finish” Tonight

It’s no secret that Pride FC veteran and former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has had trouble finding motivation at certain times during his career, he’s made the admission himself.

Even though, in a recent interview with ESPN, he predicted his retirement from the sport in two years and admitted that he doesn’t “fight the same way I used to,” the 33-year-old is primed for his impending match up against Matt Hamill and expects nothing less than to dispatch of “The Hammer” in vintage, “devastating” fashion.

“If Matt Hamill thinks I’ll take him lightly, he’s mistaken this time,” Jackson said recently through “My coach won’t let me take my opponents lightly. I like to finish people. I want a devastating finish. I’m not afraid to do anything. I’m not afraid to fight anybody. I’m gonna try to do to Matt Hamill what I try to do to all my opponents: Whoop his ass. There’s not one doubt in my mind that I can whoop Matt Hamill.”

Sporting a record of 31-8, Jackson will be looking to build on the momentum he generated last November with a split decision win over Lyoto Machida when he meets Hamill tonight at UFC 130, which goes down at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Don’t forget to check back here later this afternoon for our live, ongoing coverage of the event.