"Yeah, I'm sure we will [see Rampage back in the UFC]. Rampage is under contract with us and this is where he makes his money, so I'd say yes." - Dana White
UFC President Dana White recently addressed UFC light-heavyweight Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's departure from the organization. White adamantly asserts that Jackson will be back with the organization at some point, despite his recent fallout with the popular former champion.
Jackson left the organization high-and-dry after landing the role of B.A. Baracus in the film adaptation of the popular 80's television show, "The A-Team", which will also star Liam Neeson and Bradley Cooper.
He was scheduled to face heated rival and fellow TUF 10 coach Rashad Evans in his hometown of Memphis, TN before he informed White of his decision to take the role. Filming for the movie wouldn't allow for Jackson to train properly for his fight with Evans and Jackson ultimately decided to scrap that fight to do the film which infuriated White who had been planning the fight for the better part of a year.
The two subsequently exchanged unpleasantries through the media and are no longer on talking terms, though both have softened in their stances toward one another in recent weeks.