It just may be.
That's because the two have already verbally agreed to throw down following Stephan Bonnar's win over Kyle Kingsbury at UFC 139 this past Saturday night (Nov. 19) in San Jose.
Here's what "The American Psycho" said when asked who he would like to fight next:
"I've always wanted to fight 'Rampage.' You know, I've got a few wins now and maybe (I can) get a big name (next)."
Quinton Jackson, never one to back down from a challenge, quickly responded with a text to UFC President Dana White, who relayed the message (via MMAWeekly):
"Rampage texted me tonight and said he wants to fight him too. I don't know. We'll see."
But is this a fight that would make sense?
It very well could, considering where each fighter is in his career. "Rampage" is coming off a crushing championship loss to Jon Jones at UFC 135 this past Sept. 24, while Bonnar is currently riding a three-fight win streak and performing better than he ever has.
If there was ever a time to put the two together, it's now. And if they both want it, why not?
Jackson has been campaigning for a spot on the upcoming UFC 144 fight card that will take place on Feb. 26 in Japan. That would be just a three month turnaround for Bonnar but staying active has its advantages.
Especially after he went nearly a year without a fight before defeating Kingsbury this past Saturday night.
Anyone think Joe Silva and Dana White decide this is the fight to make for both men? And do you care to see it? Who wins?
Sound off, Maniacs.