Quinton “Rampage” Jackson in Gladiator Magazine!

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The current issue of Gladiator Magazine features top UFC contender Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, one of the most colorful and exciting fighters in the world of MMA today. "Rampage" gives Gladiator readers an exclusive interview about how he survived a rough upbringing in Memphis, Tennessee, where he earned the nickname of "Rampage" for refusing to back down from bullies, and then turned his life around when he was introduced to wrestling in high school. He went on to KOTC, Gladiator Challenge and Pride stardom before winning the UFC title. Rather than focus just on his fighting career, Gladiator goes deep into the mind of Rampage to get his feelings on family, life, and what he learned from his notorious car chase "incident." 

For MMA fans, this jam-packed issue also includes event coverage of King of the Cage, Strikeforce, Gladiator Challenge and an inside peek at the newest MMA television hit, MTV’s "Bully Beatdown." Also on tap are extensive photo essays on great grappling events such as the NAGA Worlds, the Pan BJJ Championships, the Pro BJJ Cup from Abu Dhabi, Cleber Luciano’s Copa Pacifica tournament, and the final 2008 "RANKED" national grappling standings. Special features include a lengthy interview with world famous boxing trainer Freddie Roach, the coach of boxing sensation Manny Pacquiao, who has now started to train MMA fighters. 

There is also a special tribute to Charles "Mask" Lewis, and a profile on modern-day hot rod guru Kevin King, the King of American Muscle Cars, who is now building a custom street machine for UFC president Dana White. Kid Peligro, Cleber Luciano, Eddie Deluca, Lester Griffin, Dr. Christian Harfouche, and Dr. Nick Delgado provide technique, nutrition, physical and mental training tips and more! Don’t delay! Pick up the latest issue of Gladiator Magazine now and get the complete story on MMA, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, submission grappling and all the combat sports! 

To purchase visit your nearest Barnes and Nobles bookstore or other major magazine outlet or subscribe at www.gladmag.com.