Shogun Vs. Rampage Rematch Possibly In The Works

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From MMAMania.com:

But if comments made by Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (16-3) at a recent training seminar are any indication, PRIDE may in fact live again.

At least for one night in December.

Rua, winner of the PRIDE 2005 middleweight grand prix, informed a very unsuspecting but grateful crowd that he was indeed anticipating a December return and hopeful that his opponent would be former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (28-7) — not Mark Coleman as previously reported.

The same Quinton Jackson who was knocked out in devastating fashion by Rua at PRIDE Total Elimination 2005.

More on this fight as it develops.

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