Quinton ”Rampage” Jackson has been pulled from the UFC 186 co-main event. Jackson was scheduled to face Fabio Maldonado on April, 25th. However, Quinton Jackson’s former employer Bellator decided to file a lawsuit against Jackson. The lawsuit stated that Quinton Jackson had breached his Bellator contract. “Rampage” and Bellator president Scott Coker have been publicly feuding for the last several months.
Sultan Alhokair reported that Quinton Jackson left Bellator unannounced, and he decided to return to the UFC. MMA fans did not expect to see “Rampage” back in the UFC so soon. In the past, Quinton Jackson had financial disputes with the UFC, and that’s why Jackson decided to leave the UFC for Bellator in the first place.
“Rampage” Jackson won his three fights in Bellator, and it seemed that Jackson had returned to his previous form. Suddenly, Quinton Jackson decided to abandon his Bellator contract, but his decision may have cost him millions. New Jersey judge Karen L. Suter sided with Bellator, and now Quinton Jackson is out of work. However, Scott Coker recently stated that he can’t wait to see Quinton Jackson compete in Bellator once more. “Rampage” replied that he will never fight in Bellator again. For more information on this story, visit Yahoo! Sports.