Each sport has their own crazy personality.
The NBA has Ron Artest, the MLB had Manny Ramirez and now has Brian Wilson, and the NFL has Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco.
MMA has Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and his latest escapade has been chalked up by some as the fighter just being himself, while others chalk it up to him crossing the line.
In a post-UFC 130 interview with MMA Heat reporter, Karyn Bryant, Rampage went out and motorboated the reporter. Now for those of you who don't know, this isn't the first time Rampage has crossed the line in the eyes of fans.
Rampage has already been attacked for dry-humping Cage Potato reporter, Heather Nichols. Not only has Rampage been attacked for this, but also for seemingly going after MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani in an interview.
But Bryant has seemingly laughed off the incident and chalked it up to Rampage being Rampage.
Via her Twitter account, @KarynBryant:
Since every1's asking: if it wasn't already obv, I wasn't offended by @Rampage4real at all. We were clowning around. I thought it was funny!
Whatever the case may be, in the eyes of some fans, Rampage has dug himself into a nice hole after his big win at UFC 130 and earning a shot at current UFC light heavyweight champion, Jon Jones come the fall.
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