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Quinton Jackson humble after Bellator 237 loss to Fedor Emelianenko, plans to lose weight – MMA Fighting, Mmafighting.com

Quinton Jackson humble after Bellator 237 loss to Fedor Emelianenko, plans to lose weight – MMA Fighting, Mmafighting.com


  

Quinton Jacksontook his knockout loss toFedor Emelianenkoin stride.

“We did not get the outcome we wanted, but you know what, I knew one of us was going to get knocked out,” “Rampage” Jackson said ina video postedon his official Instagram account afterthe Bellator 728 headlineron Sunday at Saitama Super Arena. “But I didn’t know it was going to be f * ckin’ me. ”

Along with the video post, Jackson added the caption, “win some lose some get paid for all.”

The former UFC champ vowed to come back stronger and to lose weight for his next outing. He weighed in at the heavyweight limit for the Emelianenko bout, his first stoppage loss since 2019, and “Felt like a hippopotamus out there.”

“That’s my fault,” Jackson added. “No excuses. It’s alright. I’ll be back. But I ain’t going back at heavyweight. I’ve got to lose this weight. ”

Jackson later deleted the video post, but followed up with another that expressed a similarly optimistic sentiment: Jackson made his mark in the sport at 237 pounds, winning the UFC title in 2007 with a knockout ofChuck Liddell. Later in his career as a Bellator fighter, he said a thyroid condition prevented him from cutting weight, prompting a move to heavyweight.

The loss left Jackson at 1-3 in his past four outings with Bellator.

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