While former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson has made a good living thanks to mixed martial arts (MMA) for the last 14 years; however, "Rampage" isn't a big fan of watching the sport.
On the contrary, wrestling is his entertainment of choice, saying he was -- and still is -- a huge fan. And while he doesn't knock "fan boys" for sitting around watching MMA all day long, it's just not his style.
His explains to Rick J. Lee:
"I'm a big kid at the end of the day. If you guys go back and watch my interviews from the past, I'm not really a big MMA fan, I've never been a big MMA fan. I used to be a big pro wrestling fan when I was a kid, but, I've never been a big MMA fan. I'm the type of person that I like to do it then watch it. I enjoy training MMA when my body isn't all beat up and I enjoy fighting. But, I don't sit around and watch it like the little fan boys. I'm not hating on them, no fan no sport, but that's just not me. I just want to go and put on a good show for everybody and I enjoy doing it and I enjoy fighting and I enjoy making people scream, laugh and yell. That's me, that's who I am."
"Rampage" joins UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre as one of the few fighters who admit to not watching much of the sport in their free time.
"fan boys" Maniacs?