Quinton Jackson Reforming Team Punishment under Wolfslair Banner?

Bryan TraffordSenior Analyst ISeptember 16, 2008

Quinton "Rampage" Jackson recently announced his split from Juanito Ibarra, complete with allegations of mismanagement and overcharging him for training camps. While there has been much speculation as to where Rampage will train next, he has settled on Wolfslair in England.

Up until now Wolfslair has been known primarily as the training camp for Michael Bisping. The two have sparred together and consider each other friends.

In an interview with mmaweekly.com last week, Rampage had the following to say about the move: "I just signed with a new team. I ain't been a part of a team in awhile. Last team I was on was Team Punishment, if I can remember correctly."

Jackson goes on to state that, "Team Punishment ain't really punishing right now, they ain't really teaming up. I need a strong team behind me so I can utilize the full capacity of my strengthism in fighting."

Earlier this week it was announced that Cheick Congo would be leaving Ibarra as well, joining Rampage at Wolfslair. Following that announcement, former Team Punishment members Tiki Ghosn and Ricco Rodriguez were added as well.

Rampage has stated that he will do the majority of his training in Big Bear, at Tito Ortiz's facility. He will also fly to England and complete a short portion of his training camp there.

Rampage has said his next bout will be at UFC 91 against Wanderlei Silva, although no official announcement has been made yet.

The only question remaining at this point is if Tito Ortiz will join his former Team Punishment members at Wolfslair.