Bellator 206: “Rampage” Jackson Discusses Future, Heading Into 51st Pro Fight
By FCF Staff
Although “Rampage” Jackson recently turned 40 year’s old, and he’s about to compete in the 51st pro bout of his career, it sounds like the star has a few fights in him left yet.
Jackson is set to battle Wanderlei Silva for a fourth time at Bellator 206, which will take place in San Jose on Saturday night. While speaking with MMA Junkie recently, Jackson revealed that using an altitude tent has improved his cardio immensely. In addition, Jackson also said that he hopes to compete in boxing, after his Bellator deal is done:
“I want to have at least one,” Jackson aid. “I’m not saying I’ll retire after one. But if I have one and feel good, then I’m going to do another. And I’m going to keep going until I can’t, because I’m scared of how much I’ll miss it when I can’t do it any more.”
Jackson, who is coming off a decision loss to Chael Sonnen in January, has gone 1-2 to date with Silva.
The main card for Bellator 206 will be streamed on DAZN. In the main event, welterweight champ Rory MacDonald will challenge middleweight title holder, Gegard Mousasi.