With the power of one right hook, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson made his name in the UFC. Jackson (27-6), in his second UFC fight, came to the Octagon cascaded by boos, but left wrapped in gold. Jackson, who made his name fighting in Japan for Pride FC, landed a crushing right hook that sent Chuck Liddell (20-4) to the canvas. Jackson then pounced on the highly popular UFC light heavyweight champion, landed four rights to Liddell's head as Referee John McCarthy stopped the match at 1:53 in the first round in front of 14,728 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. "I was real relaxed, that's what I do," Jackson said. "Chuck was right. He said someone was going to get knocked out in the first round...I didn't expect Chuck to go down like that, it was destiny."
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