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Jason Jackson Eyes Dominance in Bellator and PFL Before Targeting UFC


Jason Jackson wants to Dominate Bellator and PFL Before UFC Move
Jason Jackson

Jason Jackson is on a mission to establish himself as the premier welterweight across all organizations. With an impressive 18-4 MMA record, Jackson is set to defend his welterweight title against the undefeated Ramazan Kuramagomedov (12-0) in the Bellator Champions Series: Dublin main event on June 22 at the 3Arena in Dublin.


Currently relishing the finest run of his career, the former Ultimate Fighter alum has secured eight consecutive victories, including notable stoppages of Yaroslav Amosov and Ray Cooper III. Despite his success, Jackson feels he has yet to receive the recognition he deserves.


“I just feel like they still doubting me because I haven’t been on the UFC level to really make it look easy as I’m making it look right now,” Jackson said. “I’ve beat former UFC champions and UFC competitors and contenders, so once I get there, they will realize they’ve been sleeping on me.”


With PFL's recent acquisition of Bellator and the future of Bellator uncertain, Jackson is determined to make his mark and eventually transition to the UFC to prove his supremacy in the welterweight division.


“I think I’m going to clean out Bellator and clean out PFL to where they’re like, ‘Man, we need to let this guy go do something else and continue on building his legacy,’” Jackson said. “And I want to go to the UFC and become champion there and clean out the division, as well, before I hang it up.”


Jackson’s ambition to dominate in Bellator and PFL before moving to the UFC underscores his drive to be recognized as the best. His performance against Kuramagomedov will be crucial in solidifying his claim as a top welterweight contender. As Jackson continues to build his legacy, fans and critics alike will be watching to see if he can achieve his goal of becoming a champion across multiple organizations.

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