QUINTON "RAMPAGE" JACKSON (B.A. Baracus) is an American professional mixed
martial arts (MMA) fighter who rose to prominence with his fights in Japan's PRIDE Fighting
Championships and is currently the top rated light heavyweight in the UFC. He is known for both his
trademark slams and powerful striking, as well as for his colorful personality.
Jackson, born and raised in Memphis, TN, originally intended on pursuing a career in
professional wrestling upon finishing high school, but he was drawn to the discipline of mixed martial
arts. Impressed by the success of other wrestlers in MMA, Jackson decided to try his own hand at the
budding sport. Jackson began to gain notice in the sport and subsequently rose through the ranks of both
Japan's PRIDE Fighting Championships and the UFC.
Jackson signed with the UFC and turned heads when he defeated the reigning champ Chuck
Liddell in a staggering one minute and fifty-three seconds making him the Light Heavyweight Champion
of the World. Jackson has continued to rise in the UFC and has emerged as one of the most successful
and recognizable faces of the sport.
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