Quinton “Rampage” Jackson will make his first TNA appearance tomorrow night live on IMPACT Wrestling which is being held in Duluth, Georgia at The Arena at Gwinnett Center.
Spike, TNA, and Bellator held a press conference today to announce more details of the deal between all parties which includes Rampage getting his own TV show on Spike.
“We are looking for Rampage to dominate IMPACT like he dominated MMA. I want to be very clear, he is very serious about his deal with TNA,” TNA President Dixie Carter said.
Rampage said that the wrestling audience “gets it” and he always wanted to be a professional wrestler. “I was doing powerbombs in high school.”
TNA and Bellator share another MMA fighter between the two – King Mo – who signed a similar deal like Jackson, minus his own TV show.