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With an impressive high school and junior college wrestling record, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson thought about a career in professional wrestling…until he discovered MMA.


Impressed by the success of other wrestlers in MMA, Jackson decided to try his own hand at the sport. He built up an impressive record of 11 wins and 1 loss while fighting for King of the Cage, Gladiator Challenge and Dangerzone. He rose to prominence with his fights in Japan's PRIDE Fighting Championships.

After PRIDE, Jackson was signed to a multi-fight deal with the World Fighting Alliance. When UFC acquired WFA, they also acquired Jackson's contract. He made his debut at UFC 67, and then at UFC 71, he captured the UFC Light Heavyweight title by defeating UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Chuck Liddell. Jackson then defeated Pride Middleweight Champion Dan Henderson at UFC 75, making him the first fighter to unify a UFC and PRIDE championship belt.

Jackson is currently ranked as the number four Light Heavyweight fighter in the world by Sherdog, MMAWeekly and Yahoo! Sports. He holds notable victories over Chuck Liddell, Lyoto Machida, Wanderlei Silva, Dan Henderson, Murilo 'Ninja' Rua, Minowaman, Igor Vovchanchyn , Keith Jardine and Kevin Randleman.

Outside the ring, he is known for his humor, colorful personality and acting career. Besides his appearances on Spike TV's The Ultimate Fighter, Jackson also portrayed B. A. Baracus in The A-Team feature film and also co-hosted WWE Raw.

Rampage's championships and awards include Pride Fighting Championships 2003 PRIDE Middleweight Grand Prix Runner-up, Sherdog Fighter of the Year (2007), UFC Light Heavyweight Championship, one successful title defense, Unified UFC Light Heavyweight and Pride FC Middleweight Championships, Fight of the Night Honors (twice), Knockout of the Night Honors (twice), Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards Fight of the Year (2004), Fight of the Year (2008) and Most Outstanding Fighter (2007).