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Quinton “Rampage” Jackson Classifies Him Leaving As UFC’s Loss

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson ended his UFC career with three straight losses and a feeling of unhappiness with how the promotion treated him. He considers that his presence will be missed by the UFC now that he’s gone.

“I think it’s the UFC’s loss,” said Jackson on Inside MMA. “Not mine, because I can go to any organization on the planet and have a successful career.”

After years in PRIDE, Jackson joined the UFC ranks. Jackson said he simply forgot about PRIDE after leaving and will do the same with the UFC.

In his second UFC appearance in 2007, Jackson won their light heavyweight championship and would unify it with the PRIDE middleweight championship that same year. After that win, Jackson’s record began to drop as he went 4-4 in recent years.

Jackson has expressed interest by remaining in MMA, giving boxing a shot and making more movies now that he has finished all the fights on his UFC contract.

UFC president Dana White said he has about a three month gap to match any offer given to Jackson, but thinks that he has no future with the UFC.