Hold your horses UFC fans.

It looks like ‘Rampage’ is back.

On Tuesday afternoon, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson took to his social media to reveal his scheduled bout at UFC 186 was back on.

Jackson previously claimed Bellator, his former employers, had breached its contract by not living up to the lofty expectations they promised him when he originally signed with the promotion back in 2013. After giving what he said was the mandatory 45-days to meet their contractual obligations, Jackson would end up re-signing with the UFC, citing breach of contract

Bellator would respond by filing their own lawsuit against their former fighter in hope of blocking him from not only competing at UFC 186 but the UFC all together, claiming he still owed them three fights.

It should be noted that as of this post, there is no official word from the UFC regarding the first being back on.

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