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Jackson’s latest role: Proving he’s focused

“Rampage don’t want to hear your questions about his dedication to fighting, sucka!” It’s not difficult to imagine B.A. Baracus, the “A-Team” role made famous by Mr. T and soon to be reprised by Quinton “Rampage” Jackson in the movie version, using the retort to combat all the inquiries into Jackson’s state of mind as he prepares to return to the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

All-black main event a milestone for UFC

When you grow to this point, from one guy wearing a boxing glove and another wearing a jiujitsu kimono to producing some of the world’s most recognizable fighters, from media gatherings of three reporters asking questions to conference calls with more than 100, from childhood buddies spending $2 million on a struggling company and turning it into a billion-dollar venture, significant moments aren’t lacking.

Kulick becomes first woman to win PBA title with Red Rock victory

UPDATED: Kelly Kulick used a 15-pound bowling ball to smash a 52-year barrier when she became the first woman to win a professional PBA Tour tournament. Kulick, 32, accomplished the milestone today at Red Rock Lanes in the Tournament of Champions, one of four “major” events in the Professional Bowlers Association. … “It’s been a dream of mine to win a PBA Tour event, but I couldn’t have imagined it would come in the Tournament of Champions,” Kulick said moments after defeating Chris Barnes 265-195 in the championship game aired live on ESPN.

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