By all accounts Saturday night will mark the last UFC fight for Quinton "Rampage" Jackson.
Jackson (32-10) will stand toe-to-toe tonight with Glover Teixeira (19-2) as the co-main event of UFC on Fox 6: Johnson vs. Dodson.
Over the last few years it seems we've asked the same questions leading up to Jackson's entrance into the Octagon. This year there appears to be a wild card: his last UFC fight.
Knowing this is his last dance with the UFC, how will Jackson approach the fight?
There were few fans not excited about Jackson coming to the UFC back in 2007. Since then, however, he has appeared to lose more fans than he has gained.
Poor performances and strange behavior have not reflected positively upon the former UFC light heavyweight champion.
It's my hope that after plenty of false promises about seeing the "Old Rampage" in previous fights, we finally get to see him healthy and hungry. After all, he's going to have to use this as a springboard in whatever promotion he fights in next.
Here are the three biggest questions we have about Rampage Jackson.