MMA Fighter Rampage Jackson Challenges Rapper Game To Cage Fight

( Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has officially challenged Compton, California rapper Game to a cage fight. The challenge comes after remarks Game made about Rampage, after he lost a recent fight to Rashad “Sugar” Evans, just days after the premiere of the movie The A-Team, which stars Rampage as "B.A. Baracus."“If the Game had my role I would have stopped being a fan of A-Team,” Rampage told BBC’s 1Xtra. “After the movie, I had a fight and I lost my fight. The Game did an interview cause he was trying to hit the road and said he would be a better B.A. Go on YouTube right now.Game made the comments in a recent interview with "When he had that UFC fight against Rashad Evans and he lost, I felt like that was me [winning]," Game told "Don't you know ni**a? I play [B.A. Baracus] better than you! I pity the fool! I went in there [the audition] and I killed the Mr. T role on my screen test." After these comments Rampage fired back challenging Game to a sparring match after the apparent disrespect.“He totally disrespected me. I said look here Game, we can have an act off you can play the role of B.A. and I can play the role of B.A.," Rampage continued. "Then we can have an rap off, where you rap and I rap and then lets get in the cage and have a sparring match. I told the Game that and he shut up talking. No response though, like crickets."Game’s mixtape Brake Lights was released August 2, 2010 at midnight and features guest spots from Snoop Dogg, Nas, T.I., Akon, Rick Ross, Waka Flocka Flame, Busta Rhymes, Robin Thicke and Shawty Lo and production from Cool and Dre (Hate It Or Love It, My Life), DJ Toomp, JR Rotem and Rich Skillz.