After Quinton “Rampage” Jackson left Bellator MMA and went back to the UFC, which he signed on to fight at UFC 186. Bellator is now claiming that he is in a breach of contract and now Bellator MMA president Scott Coker is claiming that the reason Jackson could talk to the UFC is because Bellator did not come to terms with Jackson for a fight contract. Not a fighter contract.
A New Jersey judge decided Thursday that she will announce on April 7 whether she will let him fight for the UFC at UFC 186 or not. The decision is expected to come at 10 a.m. ET Tuesday morning.
Jackson faces Fabio Maldonado in the co-main event of UFC 186. The UFC needs Rampage to fight on this card after the original co-main event is now the main event.