While Dana White and Rampage Jackson have been on less than friendly terms of late after Jackson pulled out of a fight with his coaching counter-part in the latest season of The Ultimate Fighter to play the part of B.A in the new A-Team movie, all out war between the two has not yet been declared.
Comments emerging from Dana White after last nights UFC 105 post-fight press conference suggests that may be about to change.
According to Dave Meltzer at Yahoo! Sports, Dana White had the following to say about the situation with the former light heavyweight champion.
“Something’s about to happen there,” White said. “You know me, we were good friends. When I’m your friend, I’m your best friend on the world. But we’re not friends anymore, and when I’m your enemy, I’m a bad enemy to have.”
Exactly what the “something” that White refers to is we do not yet know. It’s perhaps interesting at this stage to note a comment from White during the UFC 106 conference call on Friday.
“Yeah, I’m sure we will (see him back in the UFC),” said White “Rampage is under contract with us and this is where he makes his money, so I’d say yes.”
Will the UFC look to pursue legal action against Rampage if he continues to turn his back on the promotion?
Whether this is the case or not it appears that there are going to be new developments in this story in the near future.