Video: 'Injured' Rampage Jackson dances 'Gangnam Style'

Thank goodness Rampage Jackson's injury, which was severe enough to kick him off the upcoming UFC 153 fight card, wasn't so debilitating as to keep him from dancing "Gangnam Style" on the MMA Hour.

For an "injured" fighter, Quinton Jackson is a pretty good dancer.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was forced to remove "Rampage" from the upcoming UFC 153 pay-per-view event (PPV), which is scheduled for Oct. 13, 2012 at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, after the Memphis native was felled by an undisclosed injury.

His opponent, Glover Teixeira, will now face Fabio Maldonado.

Jackson was a recent guest on the MMA Hour and was able to show off a few moves, "Gangnam Style," which essentially means he was able to successfully emulate Korean musician PSY, which I pronounce "Sigh," for spawning insipid dance clips such as this one.

Maybe I'm just old and crusty.

Rampage has yet to satisfy the final fight on his UFC contract and at this time, there is no indication of when he'll return for his final bout. Then again, with moves like this, perhaps he can follow Chuck Liddell's lead and go "Dancing with the Stars."

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