- 2 years ago
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Muhammed Lawal eventually will tread some fairly unique ground. But first, he has to get his knee back to full health.
"King Mo" hasn't fought since January, after which time he has endured some drastic ups and downs.
But Lawal said the rehab on his injured knee is nearing completion, which means he grows ever closer to his return.
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After suffering a knee injury that caused him to pull out of a Bellator 123 fight against Muhammed Lawal with a knee injury, Tom DeBlass will be back in action against King Mo in November. Bellator MMA announced on Monday that DeBlass vs. Lawal was added to the upcoming Bellator 131 card at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, Calif., on Nov. 15. DeBlass (9-2) looks for his third win in a row since leaving the UFC in 2012. The jiu-jitsu expert defeated Carlos Brooks and Jason Lambert in h read news >>
After suffering from a knee injury during training, Tom DeBlass has been removed from the Bellator 123 fight card and will be replaced by Marcus Sursa. read news >>
- 8 months ago
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King Mo Lawal discusses his past knee injury, his feud with Rampage Jackson, and much more in this exclusive training camp journal. Lawal will headline Bellator 120 against Jackson in the light heavyweight tournament final. Music courtesy of APM Music. Highlights courtesy of Bellator. More Coverage: Bellator 120 Results | Bellator newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App read news >>
- 8 months ago
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Bellator's pay-per-view jalopy sputters towards the finish line at long last with Bellator 120 set to air this coming Saturday. The card features a good amount of appeal for both hardcore and casual MMA fans. Headlined by the "grudge" match between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and "King" Mo Lawal and backed up by the interim lightweight title match between Michael Chandler and Will Brooks, fans can look forward to…something. The loss of Eddie Alvarez still looms large over this card, and there is n read news >>
- 10 months ago
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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. read news >>
- 4 years ago
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Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal underwent successful knee surgery on his anterior cruciate ligament Friday in Los Angeles and the prognosis is already looking much brighter than originally thought. read news >>
- 4 years ago
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Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal says he blew his ACL in the first round of an unsuccessful title defense against Rafael "Feijao" Cavalcante this past Saturday at "Strikeforce: Houston."
The former light-heavyweight champion will undergo surgery on Wednesday to correct the damage, which could keep him sidelined for up to nine months.
Regardless, Lawal is undeterred by his recent setback and said he'll be
back stronger and smarter. He'll fight at light heavyweight or
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- 4 years ago
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Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal will undergo knee surgery to replace both his anterior and posterior crucial ligaments, which could sideline the former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion for nine months, said his manager Ryan Parsons.
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King Mo will be taking a step up to the heavyweight division to face off with Cheick Kongo on February 27th. Scott Coker's Bellator has put on some interesting fights already, and his most recent booking shows that he's not afraid to have guys compete outside of their natural weight class. Today on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, Coker announced that King Mo Lawal would be moving up to heavyweight to face off with Cheick Kongo at Bellator 134. Here's what he had to say: "We're going to put on a read news >>
Bellator President Scott Coker made the announcement of what he called a “superfight” for Bellator 134. It will be “King Mo” Lawal vs. Cheick Kongo at heavyweight.Filed under: Bellator, MMA Rumors, News read news >>
Former Bellator MMA light heavyweight contender Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal will move up to heavyweight for a bout with Cheick Kongo at Bellator 134. read news >>
Former Strikeforce middleweight champion Muhammed Lawal, more affectionately known as 'King' Mo, once pledged to compete at 'moneyweight'. As 2015 rolls around, the Bellator light heavyweight now has his sights set on heavyweight as he'll face UFC veteran Cheick Kongo. The news was made official by Bellator President Scott Coker with Ariel Helwani on Tuesday's The MMA Hour. This marks the fifth time Lawal has competed at heavyweight. Lawal's first two MMA bouts took place in that division, where read news >>
LAS VEGAS -- King Mo Lawal talks about his friend Daniel Cormier losing to Jon Jones at UFC 182, what Cormier could have done differently, how Cormier would fare in a rematch, where Jones ranks among the all-time greats, and more. read news >>