It’s been nearly two years since Quinton “Rampage” Jackson last fought with the world’s top promotion in the UFC.

That time may be coming to an end as sources close to The MMA Corner shared that Jackson has re-signed with the promotion that saw him become their light heavyweight champ back in 2007. There remains some skepticism as Jackson is under contract with Bellator after signing a multi-year deal in June of last year.

This news comes after a time of bitterness between Jackson and UFC President Dana White over the light heavyweight’s earnings during his first stint with the UFC. White reported Rampage made approximately 15.2 million dollars while under contract from 2007-2012. But according to Jackson, this number was a far cry from his actual intake.

Following his departure from the UFC, Jackson would go on to win three consecutive contests with Bellator including knockout finishes over Joey Beltran and Christian M’Pumbu. It appeared “Rampage” had found a new home and was more than content. But in the recent months, the UFC and fans alike saw a dissimilar side of Jackson who expressed regret with how things ended with his old home.

“Rampage” back to the UFC would certainly be a sizable draw considering his following. Whether or not Jackson still has much left in the tank against premier competition remains to be seen.

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