Stephan Bonnar has ended one feud, but could be starting up another one. Bonnar, who defeated Kyle Kingsbury this past weekend at UFC 139, is asking for a match with former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.
According to a report by MMA Weekly, Bonnar has always wanted to meet Jackson inside the Octagon, and UFC president Dana White said, “‘Rampage’ texted me (Saturday) and said he wants to fight him too. I don’t know, we’ll see.”
Bonnar was a finalist on The Ultimate Fighter, falling to Forrest Griffin. He has won his last three fights, improving his record to 14-7. Jackson lost a match with UFC 205-pound champ Jon Jones earlier this year.
Bonnar-Kingsbury was part of Saturday’s UFC 139: Shogun vs. Hendo card, which took place from San Jose, California.
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