Quinton Jackson Calls For Peace With UFC 298 Fighter Ian Garry, Names One Boxer He Won’t Make Amends With

"Rampage" Jackson extends an olive branch to Garry.

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Quinton Jackson has responded to Ian Garry with an attempt to cool down any animosity.

“Rampage” took some heat from “The Future” after Jackson claimed the UFC welterweight didn’t want to appear on his podcast out of fear of being made fun of. Garry even said “Rampage” called him a c***, which enraged the rising star given that many fans and even fighters have gone after his marriage. Garry fired back at “Rampage,” calling him a “thick c***.”

Jackson isn’t interested in having a war of words with Garry.

Quinton Jackson Apologizes To Ian Garry

Jackson took to his X account to insist that he simply likes joking with fighters and it’s never anything personal.

“I just gotta tell y’all, man, the fighters that come on the JAXXON Podcast, man, it’s all respect, it’s all love,” Jackson said. “Y’all know I just be joking, man. I got mad respect, mad love for all y’all. I just be joking, man. I be trying to be a comedian too much, but I’ve been trying to tell y’all for years, I’m a comedian pretending to be a fighter.”

Jackson then had a hilarious moment in the video where he said he’s been shown clips of him not getting Alex Volkanovski’s name right. When “Rampage” asked the driver in the video how to pronounce “The Great’s” last name, he couldn’t come up with an answer either. Jackson replied, “Oh, Goddamn it.”

While “Rampage” is apologetic towards Garry, he does not share that same respect for one former boxing champion.

“To Ian Garry, I do feel bad,” Jackson said. “Cause he don’t know me, he never met me. He probably didn’t even see my fights or whatever. He don’t know my personality, he don’t know that I be joking but it’s all love, man. I love all y’all, man. Mad respect to everybody that get out there and fight. I got respect and love for everybody but Shannon Briggs.”

We’ll see how Ian Garry responds to Quinton Jackson. Most fans believe accepting the apology and sharing mutual respect for “Rampage” would go a long way for Ian Garry, but will he go in that direction?

Here is “Rampage” Jackson’s full apology video:

Published on February 9, 2024 at 10:42 am
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