In 2011, Quinton Jackson said he would retire by age 35. Injuries, training and young talent would push him out, he said. In June, Jackson (37-13 MMA, 4-2 BMMA) turned 40. He’s one week away from his 51st professional MMA fight in the co-headliner of Bellator 206. Obviously, things haven’t gone according to plan for “Rampage.” He’s still trudging along, which is why he can’t fault veterans Chuck Liddell (21-8) and Tito Ortiz (19-12-1) for coming back to the cage one more time

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‘Rampage’ Jackson supports Liddell vs. Oritz 3: ‘This is what we know’ – MMA Junkie

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