Rampage Jackson Slams His Opponent En Route To Victory In Pro Wrestling Match In Japan

Rampage still has it.

Rampage Jackson Vs Hideki
Rampage Jackson Vs Hideki - Image credit @@GIFSkullX X.com
  • Rampage Jackson left the crowd in awe after winning a recent pro wrestling match in Japan.
  • The MMA legend has not fought in Japan since 2006.

Rampage Jackson pulled off a sensational pro wrestling win at Bloodsport Bushido in Japan.

Rampage is back

After almost two decades since he last fought in Pride, Jackson made an epic return to Japan but this time, as a pro wrestler. The Pride legend beat Hideki Sekine by slamming him hard to the matt before capping it off with a barrage of punches and stomps that prompted the referee to stop the match.

As expected, Jackson got the crowd going crazy as he celebrated his victory inside the squared circle. Apart from Rampage, more Pride legends Josh Barnett and Kazushi Sakuraba also competed in the event.

Check out the clip below:

Jackson is a legend in Japan

Prior to this, Jackson has already made a name for himself in Japan through Pride. Jackson last fought in Japan in 2006 when he beat Dong Sik Yoon at Pride 31. In MMA, Jackson lost to Fedor Emelianenko in their showdown at Bellator 237 in 2019.

Today, Jackson is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of MMA and one of the greatest MMA fighters of all time.

Published on June 23, 2024 at 1:40 pm
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