Identity Of Lawyer On Impact, Rampage vs. Roy Jones Jr., Mr. Anderson Interview

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-The man who portrayed ’s lawyer on Thursday’s edition of TNA was former long-time Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) announcer Dean Hill.

-According to multiple mixed-martial-arts websites, plans to announce a Quinton “” Jackson vs. Roy Jones Jr. fight as the headline attraction for a year-end pay-per-view. Other wrestling websites incorrectly reported that the vs. Jones bout would feature the biggest name boxer to ever attempt , however, the plan is for the fight to be under boxing rules, not rules.

While the fight in general is unconfirmed at this point, the plan is to run the Rampage vs. Jones boxing match on pay-per-view head-to-head against UFC’s year end offering. UFC 168 will take place on December 28th, and will feature a double main-event of Anderson Silva vs. Chris Weidman II and Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate II.

-The following is a new video interview with current star . The interview was conducted at the San Diego Comic Con.

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  • Pozessed

    Boxing rules, Jones would probably win. MMA rules, Jackson has it covered… I always found these things pointless since it is like a Rugby player vs an NFL player. It is two different sports that these athletes train for, Roy Jones has been boxing for how long, since 1985? The guy is one of the most skilled boxers of all time. Jackson is a good MMA fighter but MMA is Mixed MARTIAL ARTS, it involves grappling, punching, kicking and submissions etc. These things get really stupid in my opinion.

    • Stew-ED!

      Like Muhammed Ali Vs Antonio Inoki in a way.

      • Pozessed

        Definitely.

  • Macho Stud

    That “lawyer” looked like, sounded like, and reminded me of Kevin Nash. And the way he talked all cocky and baited the audience… that was some funny shieet!

    • Darth

      I’m glad I wasn’t the only one that thought the lawyer looked and sounded a bit like Kevin Nash.

  • Jason A. Martin

    Um, head to head with Anderson/Rousey? Does Viacom hate money?