Strikeforce Video: Lorenz Larkin and His Mom Break Down Fight With King Mo
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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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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.
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The young fighter customized the car himself with a new paint job, special interior, personalized headrests, and even an airbag system that lifts the car.
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The always confident Lawal had to wait more than a year to finally get back in action, but when he did he made the most of it with a first round knockout of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ace.
Following the fight, Lawal spoke to MMAWeekly.com and admits that he's happy with the win, but still disappointed by the amount of attention paid to Strikeforce this week.
Nevertheless, he's got a paycheck in his pocket and as long as the fights keep coming and the checks don't bounce, Lawal is happy to fight in Strikeforce or the UFC. He also gives his thoughts on his teammates at AKA also winning on Saturday and pays homage to a pro wrestling legend.
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Fight Network previews Strikeforce Challengers 19 featuring a light heavyweight bout between Lorenz Larkin vs. Nick Rossborough and a lightweight bout between Ryan Couture vs. Maka Watson, all taking place on Sept. 23, 2011 from the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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