Our June/July 2010 issue officially hit stands this week, and, not to brag, but it's pretty fuckin' awesome. We already gave you cover stories from M.I.A. and Russell Brand, an eye-popping fashion spread starring J. Cole, an in-depth "Shotcaller" interview with the check writer Lyor Cohen, and a sexy "Hot Complex" gallery with our favorite rapping white girl, Uffie. One might even say that we've assembled an A-Team of celebrities! (Work with us here.)

Well, no A-Team is complete without Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, the UFC superstar who happens to also be playing B.A. Baracus in this weekend's big-screen adaptation of our favorite '80s action series, The A-Team. We spoke to Rampage for our latest "My Complex" interview, where he dropped knowledge on dealing with touchy-feely male UFC groupies, why he gets offended when people call him "Mr. T," and how he feels about letting his kids watch him get his ass kicked. We just put the full page online for your viewing pleasure.


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