Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is being sued by his former employer, Bellator. Quinton Jackson left Bellator in the midst of a contract to return to the UFC said Forefront Capital. “Rampage” Jackson is scheduled to compete for the UFC on April 25. If the lawsuit goes through, Quinton Jackson may be banned from competing in the UFC. This is troubling news for Quinton Jackson fans.
Jackson won all three fights, but he may lose this battle in court. Bellator is doing their best in order to keep Quinton Jackson out of the UFC. Jackson has since filed suit against Bellator for a dispute in the contract.
The UFC has also had its share of problems with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson in the past. The president of the UFC and “Rampage” had a public falling out years ago. Whatever the case may be, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was one of the most popular fighters in UFC history.
The UFC has some powerful lawyers at their disposal, and you can bet that “Rampage” Jackson will be fighting on April 25, for the UFC. For more information on this story, visit Yahoo! Sports.