Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal has found new life after a stale end to the time he had with his previous employers.
INDIANAPOLIS – While the UFC may be interested in signing Bellator champion Ben Askren, UFC President Dana White doesn't believe it'll be a smooth process due to one person.
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney, on “Beatdown,” discussing whether we could see War Machine against Paul Daley at some point:
As per usual, following the UFC on Fuel TV 2 post-fight press conference, UFC president Dana White held court with the media for a few follow-up issues.
From Yahoo Sports: 'Rampage' Jackson and 'King Mo' Lawal don't care too much for each other. That animosity will reveal itself in the cage.
The beef continues...
Say what you will about Bellator's pay-per-view (PPV) plans, but at least it's building off stories with some history to them.
The light heavyweight tournament final wi...
The Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament finals between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and "King Mo" Lawal will be part of Bellator's May 17 pay-per-view in Memphis.
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney is thinking about making “Rampage” Jackson vs. “King Mo” Lawal part of the company’s first pay-per-view in May.Filed under: Bellator, ...
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson laid waste to Christian M'Pumbu at Bellator 110 on Friday in Uncasville, Conn.
The Bellator MMA Season 10 kicked off at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn. on Friday and featured the opening round of the Light Heavyweight and Featherweight tournaments.
'King Mo' Lawal isn't looking past his first round Bellator Light Heavyweight Tournament opponent Mikhail Zayats.
With the first round of his third Bellator MMA light heavyweight tournament just a day away, Muhammed Lawal is done screwing around.Filed under: News Tagged: Bellator 110
On this week’s episode of Majority Draw Radio, Bellator light heavyweight tournament fighter King Mo Lawal joins the show, and the guys talk Ronda Rousey, Gilbert Melendez, and more.
UFC president Dana White is never one to shy away from expressing his opinion. He was no different following Saturday night's UFC on FOX 10 in Chicago.
UFC president Dana White seemed befuddled by Georges St-Pierre's recent comments about drug testing, saying, GSP should have talked to him face-to-face.