Rampage vs. Shogun 2?
Fans haven't seen former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson inside the cage since his three-round unanimous decision win over Muhammed Lawal at Bellator 120, one that was expected to lead to a title shot against Emanuel Newton.
Then Bjorn Rebney got his walking papers and 'Page has been MIA ever since.
Jackson -- one of the most popular stars of the PRIDE era -- was even contemplating retirement after losing one of his biggest supporters, but reports are now circulating that put the Memphis native back with UFC, despite all the problems they had in their first go-round.
I'm hearing Rampage just signed a deal with UFC for announce Sat. I'm skeptical. He's under contract with Bellator.— Steven Marrocco (@MMAjunkieSteven) December 20, 2014
Jackson left UFC in 2013 after three straight losses.
Bellator President Scott Coker was tracked down for an update on the situation, courtesy of veteran reporter Josh Gross, and gave the most Scott Coker answer imaginable.
"I asked Scott Coker if rumors Rampage is going back to UFC are bogus. He said he had no idea. Then he confirmed Page is under contract. Coker said, 'Should get interesting.' Leads me to believe something's up even if Bellator says they have Rampage locked up."
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