With Tito Ortiz off the table, Jackson was handed recently-released UFC veteran Joey Beltran for his Bellator debut (November 15 / Bellator 108). The bout clearly has no impact on the rankings but it should still be an entertaining effort. “Rampage” has always complained about running into wrestlers who want to take him down to the mat and “hump him” en route to a decision nod, but he definitely won’t have that problem with an aggressive striker like Beltran. It should be a bit sloppy but a spectacle nonetheless.
Welcome back to the 10-Point Must! Every week I’ll give my thoughts on ten topics from the past seven days with hopes the readership will contribute their takes as well in the Comments section. This time around, subjects range from a few fighters looking to change divisions to fallout from recent events to a couple of clashes booked for the coming weeks/months. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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