Quinton Jackson just can't catch a break.
The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight titleholder has been getting betrayed at every turn. When the jealous American fans aren't giving him grief, he has to deal with the cowardly wrestlers who don't want to fight him. To make matters worse, his old boss was a cheapskate.
Now we can add another prominent name to the list of offenders.
Despite landing a sponsorship with Reebok, the sneaker and apparel giant failed to hook him up after he left ZUFFA for greener pastures at Bellator MMA, especially when compared to the gang at Trident, who recently unveiled its new "Rampage" iPhone case (pic).
From Jackson's Instagram:
Trident hooked me up.. Love companies that take care of people like they say they will.. UNLIKE REEBOK!!!!
To see what Reebok's "Rampage" sneaker looked like click here.
Despite his struggles outside the cage, Jackson has managed to return to form where it matters the most. He recently snapped a three-fight losing streak by knocking out the venerable Joey Beltran at Bellator 108 last November in Atlantic City, NJ.
That fight was put together after Tito Ortiz bailed on their pay-per-view (PPV) headliner due to injury.
Jackson didn't go into specifics regarding his Reebok beef, but he's found a new home with Trident, among other sponsors, so he's certainly not heading to the soup kitchen anytime soon. When and where his next fight takes place remains to be seen.
But it probably won't be against this guy.