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Reports: Rampage Jackson in the hospital

By Zach Arnold | July 17, 2008

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Sherdog leads out the coverage on this story. And if you needed more proof of how much steam this story is picking up, there are reports on the situation at MTV.com, Sports Illustrated, and the IHT (NY Times family). Additional articles at The Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Pilot, and Orange County Register.

CBS2 in Los Angeles has a report on the matter at hand.

The Boston Herald has comments from Dana White on the story. Todd Martin has an assessment of the legal charges against Jackson.

The LA Times is reporting that Juanito Ibarra is not returning any messages to the media.

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4 Responses to “Reports: Rampage Jackson in the hospital”

  1. Rollo the Cat says:

    Where’s Juanito? That’s the question I want answered.

  2. The Gaijin says:

    My heart goes out to Quinton Jackson, this seems to be a very rocky time in his young life.

    And I’m one of the last people who will say it but respect to Dana for coming out and saying that they care about the fighters and they are their friends. I wish a talented guy like Rampage nothing but the best in returning to the form he once had.

  3. Rollo the Cat says:

    I just read Todd Martin’s article at MMA Payout.com. He assumes that Jackson doesn’t have any serious prior convictions because he was allowed to enter Japan. The restrictions on entering Japan do not effect all felons, only those who were sentenced to more than a year in jail.

    There was a big incident, or supposedly one, a few years vack when Jackson was stopped from entering Canada becasue of a prior assault conviction. If I recall, it was a felony assault. Unless that was a PR stunt, he may have a serious prior conviction.

  4. D. Capitated says:

    I don’t know why it is that no one can pick up that Rampage had a felony conviction or even what it was. It looks like the only website that remembers is Total-MMA. There was even an article from last year from a Memphis newspaper talking about it and interviewing his history teacher.

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