Quinton Jackson has always been one of the biggest characters in MMA. From breaking doors whilst coaching on The Ultimate Fighter to the KO Slam of Ricard Arona, people love him.
In his September 2011 match against UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones, Rampage has always had a bitterness towards his former opponent.
The build up started before the fight, where Rampage claimed Jones has a spy in his training camp at MusclePharm whilst filming for UFC: Primetime.
Then in the cage, Jones executed a number of push kicks to the previously injured knee of Rampage and now the former UFC LH Champions claims it's never been right since, as he explained on his TV programme Rampage4Real.
Talking to Fighter Only magazine after his most recent victory over Joey Beltran at Bellator 108, Jackson talked about Jones' next fight against Glover Teixiera and how Jones is a dirty fighter.
Jackson said: “I think Glover is gonna win. I’m supporting him and I’m betting on him. Jon Jones is an excellent fighter but he doesn’t always put on a show for the fans so they aren‘t always happy with him.
"He is a great athlete. He is also one of the dirtiest opponents I have fought. If I could, I would break his knee for him so doesn’t fight ever again.”
There is heavy debate over the used of the push kick to the knee in MMA. Some believe it is a valid strike that keeps distance from your opponent. However others like Jackson, believe that is can cause severe problems in the future over fighters careers.
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