Bellator light heavyweight King Mo wrestled at Madison Garden and no moonsaults were hit. Mo was not jumped by Aces & Eights or the Main Event Mafia during his walk out. His opponent Rolles Gracie did not enlist the services of the Four Horsemen to break Mo’s arm prior to their match. At the 2014 Grapple at the Garden in New York City, King Mo defeated Rolles Gracie without the use of any pro wrestling shenanigans. Bummer.
In his return to the pro wrestling mats the former Oklahoma State All American did not miss a beat in his match with Gracie. When MMA fans last saw Mo, he was knocking the sanity straight out of Joe Vedepo. Mo’s punches early in the third round at Bellator 131 were thrown so hard a grown man lost his wits.
Cut those promos King Mo because TNA Impact Wrestling moves to the Destination America channel in 2015. Our friends at USA Wrestling caught up with Mo after his win over Gracie. Mo gave his pick for Jones vs. Cormier, talked when he’ll return to the Bellator cage, and gave more inside wrestling insights during the video interview.