In an interview with Ariel Helwani of Fanhouse.com, UFC fighter Quinton “Rampage” Jackson said that he would absolutely wrestle for WWE after his MMA fight career is over. Rampage, who is main eventing Saturday night’s UFC 123 PPV against fellow former Light Heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida, is a lifelong wrestling fan.
Rampage guest hosted RAW on June 7th with his A-Team movie co-stars and said it was a dream come true. He told Helwani that Big Show taught him the chokeslam and Ted DiBiase was really cool. Everybody he met while hosting RAW was down to earth and the WWE superstars are “really cool people.”
Rampage said he’s a huge WWE fan and if he never became an MMA fighter, he would have been a pro wrestler. When asked if he’ll ever do it, he said “Yeah, if they’ll have me.”
He added that he would not want to undergo WWE’s hectic travel schedule due to his family at home, but would love to get involved and would work occasional angles.
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