At UFC 153, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson will fight in Brazil for the first time, against a Brazilian, no less. So, where does the former UFC light heavyweight champ go to train? Brazil, of course.
Jackson arrived in Brazil last Thursday for a 45-day stay in Recife, the state capital of Pernambuco. While there, the 34-year-old will train for his Oct. 13 bout against Glover Teixeira at Vorus Fight Club, coached by David Jackson and Mario “Sukata” Neto. Jackson has previously worked with Sukata in his camps for UFC bouts against Wanderlei Silva, Keith Jardine and Rashad Evans.
Above, a video from Brazilian TV program “Nocaute” featuring Jackson in Recife.
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