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Quinton Jackson 20/67 F (0.30) 5 12500100 WIN!
Draw 75/1 (75.00) 0 0  
Joey Beltran 53/20 (2.65) 0 0  

 
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“I’m back!”

Those were the first words out of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson’s mouth after knocking out Joey Beltran with one second to go in the first round of Bellator 108′s headliner. The first words, of course, after his trademark howl.

The 210-pound catchweight fight capped off a main-card of four straight first-round TKOs at the event, which took place at Ovation Hall at Revel Atlantic City in Atlantic City, N.J. The event’s main card aired live on Spike TV following prelims on Spike.com.

After being stuffed against the cage by Beltran for much of the opening frame, Jackson found himself with space to work, and charged down his opponent with a flurry of wild hooks.

When Beltran ran out of space, Jackson found his chin with a left and right hook. Beltran collapsed to his knees, dazed, and another right hand forced referee Dan Miragliotta to wave off the bout at the 4:59 mark of the first.

Unsuccessful in wrestling the mic away from Bellator commentator Jimmy Smith, Jackson first sang the praises of Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, who paid for a knee procedure he credited with bringing back the speed, strength and explosiveness of his early career.

Then, Jackson sang his own praises.

“I proved that I still got it,” he said. “If I can train hard, I can deliver hard. I’m back!”

Jackson (33-11 MMA, 1-0 BMMA) picked up his first stoppage win since knocking out Wanderlei Silva in a 2008 UFC bout and snapped a three-fight skid that preceded his exit from the industry-leader. UFC vet Beltran (14-10 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) is now 1-5 with a no-contest in his past six outings.Quinton Jackson def. Joey Beltran via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 4:59
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