Bellator Looking Into Fourth Rampage-Silva Fight
While the idea of a Tito Ortiz and Chuck Liddell trilogy may not be possible, Bellator President Scott Coker claims that he is looking for a final installment of another long standing MMA feud.
In an interview with MMA Junkie, Coker claimed that Bellator is working on a fourth fight between Wanderlei Silva and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. Per a report from Bloody Elbow, there is no venue, date, or other information confirmed if this fight will go down.
In 2017, Silva fought for the first time in over five years when he lost to Chael Sonnen in the main event of Bellator’s first Pay Per View, after serving a three year ban from the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Jackson is coming off a loss to Sonnen in the Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix and in the midst of a two fight losing streak.
Rampage looks to even the score against Silva, as he is up 2-1 against Jackson in their series of fights. Silva took the first two fights, one in 2003, and the other in 2004, when they both fought under the PRIDE banner. Rampage would end up getting one on the board in a victory at UFC 92 nearly 10 years ago.
Original Story: Bloody Elbow