UFC star Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night to promote his role as B.A Baracus in The A-Team movie which is currently showing in cinemas.

In the interview Rampage seemed relaxed and in a good frame of mind as he talked about his nickname, his last fight, his kids and the movie.

So far The A-Team hasn’t been quite the summer hit that had been expected, pulling in $55 million globally in it’s first week (, significantly best than the week’s other big release ‘Karate Kid – The Return’ which grossed close to $80 million during the same period. The Karate Kid reboot only cost $40 million to make, while special FX heavy A-team movie cost $110 million.

Rampage himself has received mixed reviews for his part in the film, but generally the feeling is that he did a decent job in his first big picture.

Watch Rampage’s full interview with Jay Leno below.

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