Bellator’s “Rampage” Jackson Wanted Replacement For Nov. 2nd, PPV to Continue
By FCF Staff
Although Tito Ortiz was forced to withdraw from Bellator’s November 2nd card in Long Beach, “Rampage” Jackson was hoping to fight a replacement and maintain the event’s pay-per-view status.
The former UFC champ appeared on the latest edition of “Inside MMA” to discuss Ortiz’s injury, as well as Bellator’s decision to move the card to SPIKE.
Jackson relayed that he’s eager to fight because he’s “trained really hard” for the event, and that he’s “back”, after having his “knees fixed.”
Jackson (32-11) hasn’t fought since January when he lost to Glover Teixeira at UFC on FOX 6, which was his third consecutive defeat.