MMA Life: Strikeforce's 'King Mo' Lawal Breaks Out the Old iPod
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We all have different tastes in music. Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ "King Mo" feels the vibe of what he refers to as "screw" music. To him, it differs from hip-hop and is unique to the southern states.
In the latest segment of MMA Life, King Mo breaks down what he listens to most and shows off his old iPod. 9000 songs that let the former champ vibe out when sporting a pair of headphones.
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This weekend at Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine, King Mo will take on a young up-and-comer in Lorenz Larkin. He's already taken the time to analyze Larkin, and knows what the Riverside, California resident is capable of.
In this exclusive http://mmaweekly.com/ interview, Lawal talks to Erik Fontanez about where his opposition is strongest, and also pokes fun at Larkin's apparent old "Zack Morris" cell phone.
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