'Rampage' Jackson, Lyoto Machida sign for UFC bout Nov. 20
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship light-heavyweight champions Quinton "Rampage" Jackson of Irvine and Lyoto Machida of Brazil have signed to fight a Nov. 20 main event at a site to be determined, UFC President Dana White told The Times on Wednesday.
Jackson is coming off a unanimous-decision loss to Rashad Evans in May after a long layoff to film "The A-Team." Earlier this year, Machida lost his belt in a rematch against countrymen Mauricio "Shogun" Rua.
White said he has yet to finalize a site for the bout.
-- Lance Pugmire
Photo: UFC fighter Quinton "Rampage" Jackson speaks to the crowd about his fight against UFC fighter Rashad Evans on May 28. Credit: Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images