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Rampage Jackson will be guesting in Craig Ferguson's the Late Late Show on Friday morning. The ex-champion will be discussing his fight next week with Lyoto Machida on UFC 123.
The former UFC cham and current UFC headliner Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is guesting on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.” He will be discussing the UFC event on Friday morning.
Jackson will face Lyoto Machida on UFC 123, which will take place at the Palace of Auburn Hills in suburban Detroit. The event airs Nov. 20 on pay-per-view.
This will be Jackson’s first fight after losing to fello ex-champion Rashad Evans last May. Prior to that fight, rampage rebounded from a title loss to Forrest Griffin with wins over Wanderlei Silva and Keith Jardine.
Also joining “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” with Jackson is actress Juliette Lewis, who stars in “Due Date.”
“The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” stars Ferguson, a stand-up comic and actor, and follows the “Late Show with David Letterman.” The show averages approximately 1.7 million nightly viewers.View Article Source »
The long expected UFC's return to Detroit became official as UFC promotional officers confirmed today. With a Rampage vs Machida headliner and Hughes vs Penn co-main event.
The long rumored UFC return to Michigan is official. UFC officials confirmed today that the “UFC 123: Rampage vs. Evans” will take place Nov. 20 at the Palace at Auburn Hills in suburban Detroit.
The main event will feature former lightweight champions Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Lyoto Machida. And they will co-feature MMA legends Matt Hughes and B.J. Penn clash for a third time in a row.
“When you think of Detroit, the first names that come to mind are legends like Joe Louis and Tommy Hearns,” UFC president Dana White stated in today’s release. “This is a real fight town with diehard fight fans, so I’m happy to be the guy bringing big fights to the Motor City.”Read the rest of the article »
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