They received the main event spotlight and they are certainly running with it.
Rampage has 34 – 11 – 0 MMA record leading into this fight. The former Pride fighter, but more importantly former UFC Heavyweight Fighter. One of the most known fighters in the world. Due to his persona and likeability, Rampage brings entertainment inside and outside the cage. He has 16 knockouts, 7 submissions and 11 decisions in his MMA career. He has been knocked out 3 times, submitted twice and lost by decision five times. In his last five fights he holds a record of 2-3. He signed with Bellator MMA. In his Bellator debut, he beat Joey Beltran at Bellator MMA – Bellator 108 on Nov / 15 / 2013 via 1st Rd TKO. In his next fight he beat Christian M’Pumbu at Bellator MMA – Bellator 110 on Feb / 28 / 2014 via 1st Rd KO.
King Mo (12-3 MMA, 4-2 Bellator) is known for his character and his fighting. Really his name should be King Mo instead of Muhammed because that is what he is famous for. He has 9 knockouts, zero submissions and 3 decisions. He has been knocked out twice, but never submitted. Lawal got a two fight winning streak going when he beat Seth Petruzelli via 1st Rd KO at Bellator 96 and then a TKO victory over Jacob Noe at Bellator 97. He lost to Emanuel Newton via Unanimous decision at Bellator 106 on Nov / 02 / 2013. In his last fight he beat Mikhail Zayats via Unanimous decision at Bellator 110 on Feb / 28 / 2014.
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Rampage Jackson takes on King Mo in the ultimate grudge match to end all grudge matches. Headlining the May 17th Pay Per View these two fighters are ready to prove who has the meddle.
Bellator 120 will take place this Saturday, May 17, at the Landers Center in Southaven, Miss. The prelim fights air on Spike.com and Spike TV. Then the main card airs on PPV.