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UFC News: Rampage vs. Rashad Evans Signed For UFC 114 Reported By Bryan Clark

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The long awaited fight between Rashad Evans and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is signed. UFC made the announcement on Thursday that the Ultimate Fighter Season Ten coaches will go to war at UFC 114 on May 29th from Las Vegas.

The fight was originally booked for December's UFC 107 PPV from Memphis, but Rampage went AWOL to do his Mr. T thing for the A-Team movie. The two built the fight up throughout their time on TUF, with both launching comments at the other on multiple occasions.

The fight was originally booked for December's UFC 107 PPV from Memphis, but Rampage went AWOL to do his Mr. T thing for the A-Team movie. The two built the fight up throughout their time on TUF, with both launching comments at the other on multiple occasions.

The fight was originally booked for December's UFC 107 PPV from Memphis, but Rampage went AWOL to do his Mr. T thing for the A-Team movie. The two built the fight up throughout their time on TUF, with both launching comments at the other on multiple occasions.

As part of UFC's official announcement, Dana White said this about the fight:

"It's no secret that Rampage Jackson and Rashad Evans donít like each other, and this rivalry has gotten more and more intense in the last few months. I can guarantee you that neither one of these guys wants to lose to each other, this fight is going to be insane."

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  • Ryan Moore 4:13 PM

    The two built the fight up throughout their time on TUF, with both launching comments at the other on multiple occasions.

  • Ryan Moore 4:13 PM

    The two built the fight up throughout their time on TUF, with both launching comments at the other on multiple occasions.

  • Ryan Moore 4:13 PM

    The two built the fight up throughout their time on TUF, with both launching comments at the other on multiple occasions.