Rampage Jackson’s Departure Best for Both Parties
When something is broken you try to fix it. Sometimes things in life are beyond repair. When things are beyond repair there is really only one option left, leave whatever it was you were holding on to and move in and find some sort of benefit from it. I have found that the sooner you try and not fix something that is not worth saving, you can find things to in life, to run quiet smoothly.
With Rampage Jackson’s departure from the UFC and the world of MMA, it marks the end for a lot of things. It marks the end of a one man’s rampage in the Octagon and on the organization he fought so hard for.
However, I think there can be peace found between Dana White and Jackson. White is tired of dealing with Jackson’s complaining and Jackson really does not think he is at his best. White said:
“To be honest with you, I think Rampage said it best himself. This is a quote from Rampage, I don’t think I can compete with the best in the world anymore. I don’t think I’m at that level anymore. I’ll just go out and put on some entertaining fights that people want to watch.”
So with Jackson now amongst the UFC departed, he can focus on another career in entertainment of athletics. Now with Jackson no longer a headache for White, he can focus on the talent at hand as well as further expanding the UFC.
It’s never easy letting go, but sometimes it’s the best thing for everyone.
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