Bellator is opening up the stakes with their first PPV, headlined by a dream matchup of two of the best light heavyweights in world … in 2002. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson signed with the company after his third straight loss in the UFC to be a pro fighter and pro wrestler (in Spike TV affiliate TNA). Now it appears the retirement of Tito Ortiz, after going 1-7-1 in his last eight fights, is over as the “Huntington Beach Bad Boy” has signed with the company.
And he’s fighting Jackson on the company’s first PPV. They’ve even released a poster.
Tags: Bellator, Mixed Martial Arts, Quinton Jackson, Tito Ortiz