Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jan 25, 2013
King Mo Wins His Bellator Debut Last Night

King Mo Wins His Bellator Debut Last Night

At last night’s Bellator 86 event, King Mo Lawal (9-1-1nc) defeated Przemyslaw Mysiala via RD1 KO to advance to the semifinals of the Light Heavyweight Tournament. Mo will return to the Bellator cage on February 21st and will face Emmanuel Newton (19-7). Newton defeated Atanas Djambazov at Bellator 85 via RD2 submission.

Mo made news in 2012 when he signed with both Bellator Fighting Championships and TNA Wrestling.

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12 Responses to “King Mo Wins His Bellator Debut Last Night”

  1. soyfenomenal says:

    This guy is supposed to be competing for both, yet he hasn't wrestled or even appeared since BFG. Could have done a tag match or something three months ago, but no. Much like to anyone else interested in both wrestling and MMA, MMA is more important to him.

    • tna24 says:

      oh maybe they want him train before he wrestles a match. tna dont need no untrained people in a match, parks dont count, because he is trained he just playing a act. the bischoff kid is a little green, but since his little push, he doesnt do matches really anymore.

    • Dirk1n says:

      Spike seem to be making a big deal about Bellator, having one of their big names get injured wrestling wouldn't be good for them.

      • tna24 says:

        well they know the risk they are taking, if they didnt want him to wrestle then they shouldnt have let him sign with tna,

    • IHNSAIN says:

      mma is more important dnt know facts bout his training but im sure he has been training his ass off for wrestling

  2. piro4351 says:

    mma is more relevant lol..its a no brainer really

  3. purpleurkel says:

    Will he have any decent moves? or will they pull a big show and make a punch his finisher…that will be boring

    • tna24 says:

      hey a wwe wrestler does a pouch for a Finisher, even if he is a giant. but who knows what he going to do. but with all this hype the dude has, i doubt he will have a boring finisher

    • Dirk1n says:

      How does Show get away with that anyway? It's clearly an illegal move.
      I still remember Tank Abbot and his ko punch.

      • pepsilover2008 says:

        The same way cm punk could go 30 days injured and keep his title, wwe really seems to make crap up as the week comes along

      • purpleurkel says:

        yep, the basis of pro-wrestling is no closed fist punches without disqualification. That is why chest slaps and forearms exist. When they allow Big Slow to do it, it ruins the whole illusion.

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