Too Fat, Quinton Rampage Jackson Turned Down Fight For The Title


Mauricio Shogun Rua spilled the beans that Rampage was the UFC’s first choice to fight him, but he turned it down, opening the door for Jon Jones. Rampage takes to his own defense with an explanation,

“He shouldn’t even go and say [expletive] like that with him being a fighter. He saw me at the fight this weekend. Everybody saw how big I am …. so I gained a lot of weight. I’m a natural fighter. I don’t do any drugs, and I don’t know any high-performance drugs, so I have a natural body. My body gains weight when I don’t train and I don’t eat like I’m in camp.”

“I’m 250 pounds, and I would have to lose 45 pounds in, what, three or four weeks? The first time I fought ‘Shogun,’ I was injured going into that fight, and it’s haunted me all the way up to now. I always believed the second time I fight ‘Shogun’ that I’m going to be close to 100 percent as possible [Junkie]

Rua will face Jon Jones at UFC 128.