His choice to not participate on Quinton “Rampage” Jackson’s podcast was praised as “the single best decision you’ve ever made” by the former Ultimate Fighting Championship star.

This choice by Ian Garry to not participate on Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson’s podcast has been praised by Chael Sonnen, a former fighter in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Jackson had a recent appearance on The Mixed Martial Arts Hour with Ariel Helwani, where he discussed his boxing debut competition against Shannon Briggs, a former heavyweight champion, in addition to a number of other topics.

Garry was one of those individuals, and Jackson asserted that he had declined an invitation to participate in the JAXXON PODCAST. After that, the former champion went on ‘The Future’ and called him a “cuck,” which was a reference to the continuous rumors that surrounded him and his wife.

Almost immediately after that, Garry turned to Instagram and launched a blistering rant in response to Jackson. In it, he stated that he had in fact not canceled his appearance on the podcast and that he was scheduled to be on it on Monday. Then, he confirmed that he will not be present at the event.

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In light of the events that have transpired since then, Sonnen has expressed his opinion that the Irishman’s decision to remain silent to ‘Rampage’ was the appropriate one.

‘The American Gangster’ asserts that Garry would have been unprepared to cope with Jackson’s demeanor and interview style, particularly if he had been questioned about the accusations that were circulating about his wife. As Sonnen put it:

In the event that you are Ian Garry, the decision to not appear on the show ‘Rampage’ was the single best choice you have made in a length of time. You would have needed to have grown up with Rampage, you would have needed to have grown up in his neighborhood in Memphis, and you would have needed to have spent your childhood hanging around with his friends in order to know how to deal with what ‘Rampage’ is going to bring you. He is without a doubt among the very best. It is essential that you are aware of it.

Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson responds to Ian Garry pulling out of his podcast

Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson has provided his perspective on the repercussions that has occurred as a result of his participation on The MMA Hour and the subsequent response delivered by Ian Garry.

In response to Jackson’s remarks that were made during his interview with Helwani, Garry stated those following:

On the Monday of fight week, I have the c*nt reserved for me. I’ve been on his podcast for the past four days, and I’ve almost got him. Moreover, he continues, and he refers to me as a “ck.” It is Ian who is the ‘ck.’ No, he was not even familiar with my name.

After then, ‘Rampage’ posted his comment on X (which was formerly known as Twitter), where he admitted that he felt awful about the unfortunate circumstance. The former light heavyweight champion is of the opinion that the Irishman’s lack of personal familiarity with him led to a misunderstanding between the two of them.

It was him who said:

Regarding Ian Garry, you are aware of what I am stating. I do feel awful about it because he is unfamiliar with me. I was never introduced to him. He most likely did not even witness my fights or whatever else I did. Neither he nor I am aware of my personality, nor are we aware that I am merely joking. It’s all about love, guy, though. I adore each and every one of you, man. Everybody that goes out there and fights deserves a lot of respect, but Shannon Briggs deserves it the most.

Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson has provided his perspective on the repercussions that has occurred as a result of his participation on The MMA Hour and the subsequent response delivered by Ian Garry.

In response to Jackson’s remarks that were made during his interview with Helwani, Garry stated those following:

On the Monday of fight week, I have the c*nt reserved for me. I’ve been on his podcast for the past four days, and I’ve almost got him. Moreover, he continues, and he refers to me as a “ck.” It is Ian who is the ‘ck.’ No, he was not even familiar with my name.

After then, ‘Rampage’ posted his comment on X (which was formerly known as Twitter), where he admitted that he felt awful about the unfortunate circumstance. The former light heavyweight champion is of the opinion that the Irishman’s lack of personal familiarity with him led to a misunderstanding between the two of them.

It was him who said:

Regarding Ian Garry, you are aware of what I am stating. I do feel awful about it because he is unfamiliar with me. I was never introduced to him. He most likely did not even witness my fights or whatever else I did. Neither he nor I am aware of my personality, nor are we aware that I am merely joking. It’s all about love, guy, though. I adore each and every one of you, man. Everybody that goes out there and fights deserves a lot of respect, but Shannon Briggs deserves it the most.

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