Quinton “Rampage” Jackson hasn’t been confirmed to take part in a Bellator tournament, though there’s been minor interest on his part. If Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney wants to put him in one, the former UFC light heavyweight champion will be ready.
“I know he doesn’t have any ego and I know if he wants me to do a tournament, it’s not because he wants to see how bad I get my a– kicked, or something like that,” said Jackson to MMA Fighting. “If I get my body back and I get going, everything like that, I’ve got a lot of gas left in the tank.”
After fulfilling his UFC contract, Jackson left the promotion riding three losses. His final UFC record was 7-5.
Jackson signed a deal with Spike TV that will lead to some special TV episodes, fights for Bellator and he’s already started appearing for TNA Impact Wrestling.
There has been no word from Bellator when Jackson will debut.