Strikeforce Video: 'King Mo' Lawal Analyzes Jon Jones, Lorenz Larkin
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Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Mohammed "King Mo" Lawal doesn't watch fights like the typical fan. When observing a bout, Lawal analyzes the fighters to see where they're making mistakes and standing out. Even Jon Jones has been subject to Lawal's analysis of fighting.
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.
(Music by Erik Fontanez ©2007)
Strikeforce light heavyweight Lorenz Larkin trains near where he grew up in the Southern California's Inland Empire. Being so close to home, family remains a big part in his life and it shows in his training.
Larkin's mother tells Erik Fontanez from http://mmaweekly.com/ she was a boxer and originally got her son into boxing years ago. Looks as though that paid off because Larkin's hands are his best attribute, according to the 25-year-old fighter.
In this exclusive interview, Larkin and his mom talk about the 205-pound fighter's best traits and give their take on what to expect in his fight with "King Mo" Lawal for Jan. 7.
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