'Rampage' Coming In At His Heaviest Quinton "Rampage" Jackson will be competing at his heaviest when he faces Fedor Emelianenko at Bellator 237. Jackson meets Emelianenko in a heavyweight headliner set to take place Saturday at the Saitama Super Arena in Japan. Ahead of the fight, the former UFC light heavyweight champion teamed up with The Treining Lab strength and conditioning coach Sam Calavitta. Calavitta claims Jackson has put in the work during a grueling 12 weeks of preparation and as a result, his body has undergone a transformation with more muscle. So much so that Calavitta expects him to weigh in around 260 pounds. \u201cMy idea for someone in a weight class is to bring them in as big and strong as they can,\u201d Calavitta told MMA Junkie. \u201cWe\u2019re going to bring him basically around 260. He\u2019s a big man. He\u2019s come such a tremendously long way. I don\u2019t want to weight to be an issue. You can\u2019t hurry the weight and if you try to do that all you end up with is a bunch of saggy muscle. We\u2019ve been gradually bringing it down then bringing it up in muscle. It\u2019s just about teaching the body. He\u2019s done an incredible job. He\u2019s going to come out big, strong and very good shape. \u201cI have no doubt he can go three rounds and I have no doubt he has the power. He knocked a guy our in practice the other day with a double jab. His movement is fantastic. A lot people don\u2019t truly understand body composition. He\u2019s at his best.\u201d Despite competing exclusively at heavyweight in recent fights, Jackson does have plans on returning to his old weight class at 205. Calavitta has no qualms about that, though he acknowledged the process could take about a year. But given how Jackson has put in the work these past few weeks, he doesn't expect any problems. \u201cHis ultimate goal is for me to take him back down where he started at 205,\u201d Calavitta added. \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 It will certainly be interesting to see how a new, improved and focused Jackson performs on Saturday.