UFC 114 odds will include the feature bout between Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Rashad “Suga” Evans in a UFC 114 betting matchup of former champions.
Jackson will enter UFC 114 gambling as a former light heavyweight champion but also a man that is not happy with the way he is treated by the company. Jackson has said that if he had his way he would still be retired from UFC action.
Jackson has stated that he preferred to run his own promotion company, much in the same manner as Oscar De La Hoya. He claims that UFC suffocates any opportunity to make money and stops after fight parties and sponsor events.
Jackson is not at all a company man and will enter action with the UFC line boldly stating his disagreements with how the UFC is run and that he is totally frustrated with it. He said that he cannot keep his mouth shut and that he is tired of being stepped on by the UFC.
Jackson did not mention that he spends a lot of money “clubbing” in Las Vegas and that may also have a lot to do with his financial plight. It is also true that UFC has bailed Jackson out of prison and has kept him on the series roster after he led police on a high speed chase through Long Beach, California. He eventually pled guilty to a felony.
Jackson remains an attractive commodity to make a UFC 114 wager with as he is motivated to get back into a championship bout. He is still suffering from the lingering disappointment of having lost bouts to Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Forrest Griffin.
He considers his upcoming bout with Evans as nothing more than a warm up for rematches with those two fighters that defeated him.
Jackson will enter action with the UFC114 odds with a career record of 30 wins and 7 losses and has won his last two bouts over Keith Jardine on March 7, 2009 and over Wanderlei Silva on December 27, 2008.