#Ufc Hall Of Fame

'Rampage' Jackson has no interest in recognition or accolades like the UFC Hall of Fame: 'I don't fight to be famous'

Quinton Jackson does not care if he is recognized for his career accomplishments. “Rampage” started his professional MMA career in 1999, and has fought under some of the most storied promotions in the sport’s history such as PRIDE, K-1, Bellator, and UFC. He quickly became a fan favorite because of his fighting style and signature celebrations after finishing opponents.
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Rampage Jackson Says He’d Refuse UFC Hall of Fame Invite

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Rampage Jackson isn’t interested in joining the UFC Hall of Fame if Dana White and the brass call him. Jackson is arguably one of the greatest light heavyweights in UFC history, and easily one of the most intimidating. His trademark intensity made him a fan favorite during his time competing […]
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Rampage Jackson says he would decline UFC hall of fame

Yeah. No. Former Pride FC standout and former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson sits somewhere between memorable and legendary. He’s the fighter who knocked out Chuck Liddell to end his championship reign but he’s also the champion who lost his belt to Forrest Griffin. See? Somewhere in the middle. Jackson’s wildman persona along ... Read more.

“He doesn’t want it,” Kamaru Usman claims GSP won’t fight him, gives ‘this’ reason

Kamaru Usman is all on his way to becoming the new welterweight G.O.A.T. (Greatest of all Time) provided his stays dominance stays relevant for a few more years to come. Usman has the most title defences since 2017, has the most title defences amongst the current roster of champions, and more importantly, has the third most title fights in all time UFC welterweight history. Usman has been nothing short of a force to reckon with.

Former UFC champ Jon Jones says he's 60 days sober after 'what happened in Las Vegas'

Jon Jones is once again claiming he’s made significant changes in the aftermath of his personal life spilling over into the public. Jones (26-1 MMA, 20-1 UFC) is in the midst of arguably his most troubling out-of-competition controversy after he was arrested in September for alleged domestic violence involving his longtime fiancee, as well as head-butting a police car upon his arrest.

Jon Jones Claims He’s 60 Days Sober Since His Las Vegas Incident

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones claims that he is now 60 days sober since his incident in Las Vegas. Jones was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame for his first fight with Alexander Gustafsson and after his induction is when he got into some hot water with the law. Jones had a […]

Kings Comparison: Kamaru Usman vs Matt Hughes – MMA Sports

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UFC selects Max Holloway for 2021 Forrest Griffin Community Award

Max Holloway is truly blessed. Holloway, the former UFC featherweight champion, has been selected as the 2021 recipient of the Forrest Griffin Community Award. The promotion announced the news Wednesday ahead of Holloway’s upcoming UFC Fight Night 197 headliner against Yair Rodriguez. The award, which was created last year and...

UFC Hall of Fame fighter Michael Bisping announces 2022 Australian tour

UFC Hall of Fame fighter Michael Bisping will bring his ‘An Evening With Michael Bisping: Tales From The Octagon’ tour to Australia in November 2022. The former middleweight world champion will kick off the tour at Plaza Auditorium in Brisbane on Tuesday, November 22nd before heading to Lakeside Room in the Gold Coast on Wednesday, November 23rd, Enmore Theatre in Sydney on Friday, November 25th, and finally, Plenary in Melbourne on Saturday, November 26th.

UFC 4 Adds Several Legendary Fighters With Prime Icons Update

Electronic Arts have added a new awesome update for UFC 4 as players can get some legendary fighters in the Prime Icons Update. The technical term for it is Patch 4.13.00, which has updated a few aspects of the game, which you can read the notes for those parts here. But the main focus of this is that you're getting some retired fighters to mix it up with the current names of the octagon. Some of those names include Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva, Michael Bisping, and Khabib Nurmagomedov. We have the full list of additions for you below.