"I think the UFC don't know how to treat the athletes, in my opinion," he said. "I feel like the fighters do a lot for the sport and I feel like we're not taken care of well enough. I feel like they're getting rich off all of us."
His cries are starting to sound like the lyrics to a Taylor Swift song. Jackson and the UFC are never ever ever getting back together. But if he doesn't fight for the UFC, his options for high-level MMA are limited. He said he could try other combat sports like kickboxing or boxing. Bellator could be an option, but one of Jackson's beefs with the UFC has been their matchmaking. The tournament set-up could be tough for him to deal with.
Either way, enjoy Jackson in the UFC while you can, because it's over for real this time.
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