Pro Record: 35-11-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
Team: Wolfslair MMA Academy
Age: 37
Sex: Male
Height: 6 Feet. 1 Inch(es).
Weight: 220 lbs.
Out of: Irvine, CA
Born: Memphis, TN
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter who rose to prominence with his fights in Japan's Pride Fighting Championships. He is the former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, losing to Forrest Griffin at UFC 86 by unanimous decision. He also was a coach on the Ultimate Fighter 7 show on Spike TV.

Quinton Jackson's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
04/25/2015 Win Fabio Maldonado UFC 186: Johnson vs Horiguchi Decision Unanimous Decision 0
05/17/2014 Win Muhammed Lawal Bellator MMA 120: Rampage VS. King Mo Decision Unanimous Decision 3
02/28/2014 Win Christian M'Pumbu Bellator MMA 110: Rampage VS. M'Pumbu KO 1 4:34
11/15/2013 Win Joey Beltran Bellator MMA 108 KO Strike 1 4:59
01/26/2013 Loss Glover Teixeira UFC on FOX 6: Johnson vs. Dodson Decision Unanimous Decision 3
02/26/2012 Loss Ryan Bader UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson Decision Unanimous Decision 3
09/24/2011 Loss Jon Jones UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage Submission 4 1:14 Title Fight
05/28/2011 Win Matt Hamill UFC 130: Rampage vs. Hamill Decision Unanimous Decision 3
11/20/2010 Win Lyoto Machida UFC 123: Jackson vs. Machida Decision Split Decision 3
05/29/2010 Loss Rashad Evans UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans Decision Unanimous Decision 3
03/07/2009 Win Keith Jardine UFC 96: Jackson vs Jardine Decision Unanimous Decision 3
12/27/2008 Win Wanderlei Silva UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008 TKO/RSC 1 3:21
07/05/2008 Loss Forrest Griffin UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin Decision Unanimous Decision 5 Title Fight
09/08/2007 Win Dan Henderson UFC 75: Champion vs. Champion Decision Unanimous Decision 5 Title Fight
05/26/2007 Win Chuck Liddell UFC 71: Liddell vs Jackson TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes 1 1:53 Title Fight
02/03/2007 Win Marvin Eastman UFC 67: All or Nothing TKO/RSC 2 3:49
07/22/2006 Win Matt Lindland World Fighting Alliance 4: King of the Streets Decision Split Decision 5 Video
NSF 02/26/2006 Win Dong-Sik Yoon Pride 31: Unbreakable Decision Unanimous Decision 3
NSF 10/23/2005 Win Hirotaka Yokoi Pride 30: Fully Loaded TKO/RSC 1 4:45
NSF 04/23/2005 Loss Mauricio Shogun Rua Pride: Total Elimination 2005 KO 1 4:47
NSF 02/20/2005 Win Murilo Rua Pride 29: Fists of Fire Decision Split Decision 3
NSF 10/31/2004 Loss Wanderlei Silva Pride 28: High Octane KO 2 3:26 Title Fight Video
NSF 06/20/2004 Win Ricardo Arona Pride: Critical Countdown 2004 KO Slam 1 7:32
NSF 12/31/2003 Win Ikuhisa Minowa Pride: Shock Wave 2003 TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage 2 1:05
NSF 11/09/2003 Win Chuck Liddell Pride: Final Conflict 2003 TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes 2 3:10
NSF 11/09/2003 Loss Wanderlei Silva Pride: Final Conflict 2003 TKO/RSC Knees 1 6:28
NSF 08/10/2003 Win Murilo Bustamante Pride: Total Elimination 2003 Decision Split Decision 3
NSF 06/08/2003 Win Mikhail Illoukhine Pride 26: Bad to the Bone Submission Strikes 1 6:26
NSF 03/16/2003 Win Kevin Randleman Pride 25: Body Blow KO 1 7:00
NSF 09/29/2002 Win Igor Vovchanchyn Pride 22: Beasts from the East 2 Submission Verbal Submission from a Broken Rib 1 7:17
05/17/2002 Win Sean Gray King of the Cage 13: Revolution TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage 3 0:36
NSF 04/28/2002 Win Masaaki Satake Pride 20: Armed and Ready TKO/RSC Slam 1 7:07
NSF 12/23/2001 Loss Daijiro Matsui Pride 18: Cold Fury 2 Disqualification Groin Strike 1 0:14
NSF 11/03/2001 Win Yuki Ishikawa Pride 17: Championship Chaos KO Punches 1 1:52
NSF 10/14/2001 Win Alexander Otsuka BattlArts vs. the World TKO/RSC Doctor Stoppage 2 5:00
NSF 07/29/2001 Loss Kazushi Sakuraba Pride 15: Raging Rumble Submission Rear Naked Choke 1 5:41 Video
NSF 06/17/2001 Win Kenneth Williams Gladiator Challenge 4 Submission Choke 1 4:40
NSF 04/29/2001 Win Bryson Haubrick King of the Cage 8: Bombs Away Submission Strikes 1 1:48
NSF 04/07/2001 Win Rocco Henderson Gladiator Challenge 3: Showdown at Soboba Submission Hammer Lock 1 1:15
NSF 02/18/2001 Win Dave Taylor Gladiator Challenge 2: Collision at Colusa TKO/RSC Corner Threw in the Towel 1 5:00
NSF 12/09/2000 Win Charlie West Gladiator Challenge 1 Decision 3
NSF 11/29/2000 Win Rob Smith King of the Cage 6: Road Warriors Decision Unanimous Decision 2
NSF 10/28/2000 Win Warren Owsley Danger Zone 7: Night of The Beast Submission Arm Bar 1 6:04
NSF 07/29/2000 Win Ron Rumpf Continental Freefighting Alliance 2 TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage From Strikes 1 1:18
NSF 06/24/2000 Loss Marvin Eastman King of the Cage 4: Gladiators Decision Unanimous Decision 2
NSF 05/13/2000 Win Marco Bermudaz Huntington Beach Underground Pancrase Submission Rear Naked Choke 2 0:00

Quinton Jackson's Amateur Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 11/13/1999 Win Mike Pyle Kickshoot Decision Unanimous Decision
: Bout results verified by an official State, Tribal, Provincial, or Municipal Commission.
NSF: Non Sanctioned Fight
* : For a variety of reasons, including weight disparity and the demands of entertainment, Exhibition Bouts are held, in which the contest is unscripted and hard fought, but the results do not count on a fighter's Official Record.
NC: Fight Declared No Contest

Fighter Bio


Quinton Ramone "Rampage" Jackson (born June 20, 1978) is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter. He rose to prominence with his multiple fights in Japan's PRIDE Fighting Championships. He currently competes as a light heavyweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He has a professional record of 26 wins with 6 losses, and has often been seen with a trademark heavy chain around his neck ringside and before fights. He is known for both his trade mark slams against people in the guard position, and his powerful overhand strikes.

Jackson had his first taste of combat sport as a wrestler for Raleigh Egypt High School where his successful career was punctuated by All-State honors, as Jackson finished 5th at the Tennessee State tournament at 189 lbs as a High School Senior. Originally, Jackson had intended on pursuing a career in professional wrestling upon finishing high school, but ultimately ended up extending his amateur career in junior college before discovering mixed martial arts. Impressed by the success of other wrestlers in MMA, Jackson decided to try his own hand at the budding sport. Jackson built up a record of 11 wins and 1 loss fighting for a variety of smaller scale American promotions, including King of the Cage, Gladiator Challenge, and Dangerzone.