“I’m devastated by what he’s been through and some of the things I’ve heard. I’ve not sat down with Quinton to this day to discuss things. I pray for his well-being, and if I helped Quinton out a little bit with his growth in the sport, then I’ve been very blessed and honored to do that. I love this kid with all my heart, and I wish him nothing but the best.
I’m not going to get in to storytelling. … It’s not what I’m about.I haven’t sat down with Quinton Jackson, and I’m not going to hear things through sources and through people. This is a kid I’ve been with for almost four years. I have nothing but love and support for him. All I want for Quinton right now is what’s best for him. Whatever he needs from me in any way, I’m here for him and always have been.”
Juanito Ibarra, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson’s former trainer, talks to MMAJunkie.com about the former UFC champion’s recent hit-and-run arrest.