Rampage: I won’t give up, but I can’t fight at the top level anymore

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Quinton Jackson

The legendary MMA fighter had his last fight in the UFC last weekend and it remains to be seen where Quinton Jackson will continue his career. Going into retirement is not an option at this point, so he might enter either Bellator or One FC cage.

Rampage has become aware his age would no longer allow him to compete at the top, but has not intention of giving up.

"I don't know if I can compete with the top people. It's my first time I've lost three fights in a row. I'm not going to give up. I'm going to go back to the drawing board and work on everything. I feel like I can come back if I set my mind to it, but right now if anyone picks me up I'll put on a great show for you. I think that this is my reality and I have to see what's next. I've been fighting for 13 years and the game has changed a lot. I might just be one of those fighters that come in and excite the crowd — be like Gary Goodridge."

Gary Goodridge is a great ambassador for the sport and he taught me a long time ago that it's all about the show. I'm just going out there and try to entertain the fans. I'll be one of those middle range fighters," said Rampage, aware of his reality and current options.

Bellator has already expressed their interest for signing him, but it remains unknown whether negotiations are pending.