Jackson Won't Defeat Himself Again Quinton "Rampage" Jackson will be shedding the weight following his disappointing showing this past weekend. Jackson clashed with Fedor Emelianenko in a heavyweight contest in the main event of Bellator 237 in Saitama, Japan. Jackson notably came in at a career-high 265 pounds. However, he looked out-of-shape and sluggish as he eventually succumbed to a first-round knockout defeat. The former UFC light heavyweight champion acknowledged afterwards that he was overweight and defeated himself in a way. He now plans on losing all that weight and will be documenting the journey to inspire others to do the same. "Much love to my team and family and sponsors, defeat is a hard pill to swallow... but it\u2019s part of the job. Hate letting my people and fans down,maybe this won\u2019t be my last loss but it will be the last time i defeat myself. I\u2019m gonna Document my weight loss Journey,if you feel uncomfortable with your weight do it with me. Tag me in your posts of you working out and eating clean. Love you all👊🏾" https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/B6uUvzHA9V8\/?utm_sourceig_embed Ahead of the Emelianenko fight, Jackson linked up with The Treining Lab strength and conditioning coach Sam Calavitta. Although Calavitta's plan of bringing "Rampage" as big as possible into the fight backfired, he did mention how the goal was to bring him back down to 205. \u201cHis ultimate goal is for me to take him back down where he started at 205,\u201d Calavitta said. \u201cIt\u2019s going to be a process. I think to do it correctly it would take about a year. But we\u2019re definitely heading in the right direction and he\u2019s all on board. He has worked his ass off for us and give us everything he has. \u201cWhatever people have said about his work ethic in the past, I didn\u2019t see that. I saw a man who is driven and has been a champion and wants to be back in the top and is willing to put in the work.\u201d Tip: Burn more calories using a pre workout for weight loss. It will certainly be a lot of work to shed all that weight but Jackson seems confident he can do it.