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The Fight Nerd got some time with "King Mo", Muhammad Lawal, at a recent Bellator MMA Press event, where we discussed his thoughts on his fight against Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, if he still wants a rematch with him, and if he has any interest in fighting Tito Ortiz. We also talk about the recent power change in Bellator MMA, which saw Bjorn Rebney suddenly leave the company and Scott Coker coming in to replace him. King Mo gives his less than positive thoughts on Bjorn and what he wants to see happen with Coker in charge, and we also dicuss his role in TNA Wrestling, and what the future for the company will be if Spike does not renew their TV contract.
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