Since Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (32-11) confirmed his departure from the UFC in January after losing to Glover Teixeira, wrestler and American actor was untraceable defined. According to the findings by MMA News, Rampage, who could not sign a contract with any other MMA organization until a month after his resignation, finally has a track: Bellator Fighting Championships.
Besides having the destination set, Rampage Jackson already has a fight scheduled probable, which is scheduled for November this year. The opponent can not confirmed, would be the boxer Roy Jones, 44, who is seeking the MMA world, since, as a boxer, his glory years passed and he had accumulated three consecutive defeats. Even Anderson Silva, the UFC middleweight champion, said he would rather face the boxer to meet the renowned Jon Jones and Georges St-Pierre in some superfight.
Another fighter who perhaps Bellator as a destination is the heavyweight Cheick Kongo (2.8.18), which after losing to Roy Nelson was also dismissed by the Ultimate. Kongo, however, is still doubt as the UFC can try a new contract with the fighter. According to sources said, a few weeks ago there was a deal with Bellator fighter, however nothing has been defined and agreed.
There are rumors that this can hit Kongo with Bellator would be because the Ultimate Fighter consider an organization with events and struggles too "heavy", which could get out of it better and triumphs, in order to thus end his career in "high style". Kongo has not had any fights set for the rest of the year.