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Rampage Jackson says he has two more years left in his career, then will retire to a life of stripping

Rampage Jackson says he has two more years left in his career, then will retire to a life of stripping

Remember that time Quinton Rampage Jackson said “I really do think that I fought my last fight”? Yeah, even though that was said in October forget you ever heard or read those statements directly from the mouth of Rampage Jackson. After three fight stint with Bellator, Rampage returned to the UFC early in 2015 and then proceeded to sit out for the rest of the year.

At 37 years of age and entering his 16th year as a professional fighter Rampage claims he has at least two more good years left in his fighting career. Fighting at 215 pounds and winning versus Fabio Maldonado at UFC 186 it’s not too late for Rampage to make one last career push because just look at the UFC’s 205 pound rankings. Rampage is somehow ranked number 10 and the men ahead of him don’t exactly strike fear into the heart of the onetime best light heavyweight in the world.

Ovince Saint Preux? Rashad Evans? Shogun Rua? Jimi Manuwa? Rampage is a few knockout punches and or vintage Pride slams away from being ranked as a top five light heavyweight in 2016. Put that male exotic dancing career on hold Page, you still have work to do.

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