"Rampage is training his ass off, he always says he's not a fan of training, but he's been doing six hard rounds of sparring. I usually only do three! He wants his title back, no disrespect to Matt Hamill because he's a fantastic fighter but it didn't initially look like he would put Rampage into immediate contention. Now the fight is definitely happening, Rampage is committed and training really hard. He'll be able to fight hard for three rounds. He's focused and on Saturday he'll kick ass. Matt's a great wrestler and he'll try to take him down, but Rampage has crazy power, and if he lets his fists fly he'll knock him out. He's training like a crazy guy, he's training three or four times a day. If he gets the job done against Hamill, he'll do everything in his power to beat Jon Jones."
Blimey! Rampage Jackson will fight hard for three rounds! Wolfslair mate Michael Bisping checks in with ESPN.co.uk to let the masses know former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton Jackson wants "his" title back and plans on "kicking ass" against Matt Hamill in the main event of UFC 130 on Saturday night (May 28) in Las Vegas. Is "The Count" getting way too excited over the fact that "Rampage" is training hard? Or is he trying to dispel the myth that Jackson isn't motivated to fight "The Hammer" now that a potential fight against Jon Jones could be his reward with a win in "Sin City?" Opinions, please.