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"If the Game had my role I would have stopped being a fan of A-Team. After the movie, I had a fight and I lost my fight. The Game did an interview cause he was trying to hit the road and said he would be a better B.A. ... He totally disrespected me. I said look here Game, we can have an act-off, you can play the role of B.A. and I can play the role of B.A., then we can have a rap-off, where you rap and I rap and then lets get in the cage and have a sparring match. I told the Game that and he shut up talking. No response though, like crickets."
Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton Jackson goes on a "Rampage" after getting dissed by rapper "The Game," who also auditioned for the part of B.A. Baracus in this year's release of the A-Team movie. "Game" thought he was "on" during the audition and claims to be a better B.A. then Jackson was. That didn't sit well with the Memphis native, who is willing to compare skill sets in everything from rapping to fighting. Anyone want to see if Thunder Promotions can get another "Alabama Pride" card in the works for this "celebrity" grudge match?