HomeFight Videos Rampage Jackson vs Joey Beltran Fight Video Bellator 108 Main Event Bruno November 15, 2013 Fight Videos 29 Comments Quinton Rampage Jackson vs Joey Beltran Fight Video Bellator 108 Main Event. Tweet Pin It Tags:Bellator 108, Joey Beltran, Rampage Jackson Countdown to UFC 167 Georges St-Pierre vs. Johny Hendricks Fight Patricio Pitbull Freire vs Justin Wilcox Fight Video Bellator 108 Main Card 29 Comments kung fu k9 November 15, 2013 odd seeing rampage in bellator… Log in to Reply Flawn Scorpion November 15, 2013 Good job Rampage! Log in to Reply Facefrack November 15, 2013 The two shots that clipped Beltran looked good. Clearly Beltran lost his balance, but I wasn’t convinced he couldn’t still have kept on going, especially because he’s shown a great deal of durability in the past. Really wish I could’ve heard what Rampage and Beltran were saying to each other in their little, post-fight argument. Thanks for posting the stuff from the other organizations, too, Bruno. I appreciate it. Bruno: No problem Log in to Reply asdfasdf November 15, 2013 Rampage look great in this fight. Great movement, fantastic head movement and defense. Didnt show any signs of slowing even after being in the clinch and held against the fence. Also he threw leg kicks. Good job Rampage. Log in to Reply iTrustme November 15, 2013 Rampage actually looked pretty good. Much smoother technique. Nice kicks and striking transitions. Not bad at all. Bye Bye Beltran. Log in to Reply VivaBeavis November 16, 2013 I don’t think it was as much of a case as Rampage looking that good, and more that Beltran looked very bad. He didn’t even want to engage for the first half of the round, and Rampage showed him up on that by standing in the middle of the cage with his hands down. Beltran had terrible footwork. Not trying to take away from Rampage,but Beltran was terrible. Log in to Reply Basher16 November 16, 2013 Well (In a Roy Mercer voice) Log in to Reply KingKong November 16, 2013 wow, i didn’t even know Rampage Jackson was fighting. Log in to Reply Pope November 16, 2013 I guess I’m the only one who though Rampage looked pretty bad…but a lot of people look bad against Beltran because he fights boring and ugly. Log in to Reply The pope November 16, 2013 Glad to see rampage using leg kicks. The round was ending and even tho beltran looked out of it I would’ve liked to see another round or at least one more shot to prove he couldn’t have come back. And I hate that idiot that didn’t give up the mic to rampage. Log in to Reply dharmaboy November 16, 2013 yeah, Rampage woulda killed Tito. Log in to Reply greengiant November 16, 2013 Beltran could have went on. That ref is known to stop fights too early. They both looked pretty good. Log in to Reply sevenday November 16, 2013 Good job by ramapge… I’m wondering how he would do against Emmanuel Newton. Log in to Reply shocktime November 16, 2013 Dude threw more leg kicks in this one round fight than he probably has in his previous 3 fights combined. He looked good. I wanna see him wreck Emanuel Newton or King Mo next please. Log in to Reply @spacedread November 16, 2013 Arguing after a fight is so dishonourable. It takes two to tango and should both be ashamed of that behaviour. Log in to Reply coutura November 16, 2013 rampage its one of the best at boxing he looks good Log in to Reply TheViciousone November 16, 2013 Holy crap le kicks. Good ones at that Log in to Reply Joe Dog November 16, 2013 OK folks, settle down. Quinton Jackson just beat Joey Beltran a guy who has now won 2 of his last 10 fights and tested positive for steroids less than one year ago…not exactly a respectable opponent. And, not exactly a definitive KO given the bout was stopped with one second left in the round and Beltran not at all flat on the canvas. With the addition of a kick or two, Quinton Jackson could now be considered a 1.2 demensional fighter. Plus his imbecilic commentary….I’m not a fan. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick November 16, 2013 @shocktime Not alot of people would throw leg kicks against Ryan Bader and Jon Jones though. Log in to Reply FailSonnen November 16, 2013 Wow the first strike Rampage threw was actually a kick? When has he ever done that before? My God… Log in to Reply Benny November 16, 2013 Can’t hang with the UFC boys though.. Log in to Reply Muay Thai #1 November 16, 2013 Would love to see Rampage vs. Newton after Newton wins the title. (I’m thinking he beats Attila this time fairly easy.) Log in to Reply a moderate threat November 16, 2013 rampage looked like a flatfooted palooka Log in to Reply ken shiro November 16, 2013 @Joedogg I agree 100% with you man…..I cant stand that stoppage at the bell…….Joey the can Beltran was owning Page against the cage !!! Log in to Reply Deemsters November 16, 2013 I dont know about Owning this was weak fight anyway so to get all upset about the stoppage is stupid he was on all fours n got rocked that’s like saying they should of let the Hendo n a billion other fights keep going when they were rocked your not a ref so stfu. Log in to Reply danada November 16, 2013 I’m with everyone else here. Rampage looked great! Great boxing and head movement as usual. He looked fresh, in shape and explosive. The leg kicks and knees were being thrown at very smart times. Good stoppage. Log in to Reply PAPABear November 16, 2013 Dude Beltran sucks….I dont know why he feels “hes back” or whatever…total mismatch Log in to Reply KingDavis45 November 18, 2013 Rampage actually toned up this time. Log in to Reply Mag November 18, 2013 Rampage did look good in this fight. I know Beltran is fringe UFC talent (he probably deserved the win in his last UFC fight), but Rampage certainly looked the best he has in a while. Not many people take out Beltran in a round… Some fun fights ahead to end Rampage’s excellent career. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.