UFC legend Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson has officially filed for divorce from his wife Yukie Imoto.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Jackson filed the dissolution of marriage in a California court last week, citing ‘irreconcilable differences.’ Rampage and his wife share two children together, Elijah and Naname.
Jackson reportedly has two other children from previous relationships — D’ Angelo and Raja — and the MMA star gave a shout out to his son on Twitter recently after he starting following in his famous dad’s footsteps.
It’s unclear if this is an amicable divorce, or if the couple will be battling in court.
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According to multiple reports, Rampage and his soon to be ex-wife have had some trouble in the past. The couple apparently separated at one point, years ago, and it was partially due to his alleged infedelity.
Obviously, the couple decided to stay married and didn’t decide to officially end their marriage until now.
Since marrying Yuki, Rampage has had some success in the film and TV industry, including credits like The A-Team, Death Warrior, The King of Queens, and Paul Blart.
So how will the couple split up their finances? See Below.
— Rampage Jackson (@Rampage4real) October 10, 2020
It’s unclear if the couple has a prenuptial agreement, but Rampage has made a significant amount of money since they were married, so most likely there will be some sort of spilt in the property.
The MMA star is no stranger to legal issues. In 2008, the fighter was reportedly arrested for felony reckless driving after slamming into several parked vehicles and driving on the wrong side of the street in Orange County, California.
At the time, Jackson was charged with several counts including evading the police, reckless driving, and hit and run. In the end, he successfully completed 200 hours of community service, and the charges were ultimately dropped against the champ.
Maybe the divorce will be as simple as that case, or maybe not.