Nevada Commission Drops the Hammer on King Mo Lawal (MMAWeekly.com)


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Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal ‘s fate was handed down to him at a hearing held by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on Monday. The hammer was dropped on the former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion. Lawal appeared before the commission to answer for a positive steroid test stemming from his Jan. 7 bout and win over Lorenz Larkin in Strikeforce. The former champion explained to the commission that he had taken a supplement sold to him at a general fitness store, but was unaware that the ingred view original article >>

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