UFC on FOX 6    January 26, 2013
Dan Henderson and Quinton Jackson
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One guy wants to be here, the other doesn't. Makes for a weird fight to predict. Quinton Jackson is certainly capable of beating Glover Teixeira. The worst opponent for Jackson is an elite wrestler who can be elusive on his feet and that's not really Teixeira. There's no guarantee Teixeira can just get this to the floor if he needs to. Teixeira's standup isn't touch-and-go, either. He's aggressive and he'll sit on his punches, stay in the pocket and leave openings. He's heavy-handed, accurate and intimidating but Jackson is a good counter puncher. The longer the fight goes, the more it definitely favors Teixeira. None of this means much if Jackson doesn't put forth any effort but I'll say even an out-of-shape, disgruntled Rampage is still at least capable of a knockout right hand.