Quinton "Rampage" Jackson made the switch from the UFC to Bellator this week, and that included a stint with TNA Impact Wrestling. Jackson made his debut in pro wrestling on Thursday night, and it included a staredown with longtime pro wrestler Kurt Angle. I wasn't particularly impressed with Jackson's acting in the movie "The A-Team," but for his moment with Angle? He deserves an Oscar.
Jackson isn't the first fighter to turn to pro wrestling after MMA. "King Mo" Lawal has a similar deal that allows him to fight in Bellator and appear with TNA. Brock Lesnar was a star in WWE, then became a champion in the UFC before returning to pro wrestling.
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