Dana White: Rampage Backed Out of Commitment

By Greg Savage Sep 17, 2009

UFC president Dana White was visibly upset when asked about Quinton Jackson’s withdrawal from his scheduled December fight with fellow TUF coach Rashad Evans at Thursday’s press conference for UFC 103 in Dallas. The outspoken promoter spoke softly when asked about his thoughts on Jackson reprising the role of B.A. Baracus first made famous by Mr. T in an upcoming remake of the “A-Team,” a popular television show in the USA during the 1980s.

“I feel like he f--ked me,” said a toned down White,“That’s how I feel. I’m not even talking to Rampage. I’m really, really upset with Rampage.”

The full-length exclusive sit-down interview with White will follow in the coming days.
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