King Mo is making his TNA Wrestling debut on Thursday evening. That means, if you tune into SpikeTV at some point tomorrow night, you’ll see one of the worlds best light-heavyweight MMA fighters step into a ring and do something other than look for a submission or a knockout. Presumably, there will be a crown and a microphone involved. There may even be a new finishing move that we have yet to see in pro-wrestling, but more importantly, it’ll be the moment SpikeTV realizes if their cross-over gamble on King Mo works out. They want to see if MMA fans will tune in to watch Wrestling, and vice versa. The way it works is, if we give them the ratings they want, they’ll give us more MMA and combat entertainment programming. It might even open the door for more pro-wrestlers to make a transition into MMA… It could be the start of something rawesome, and we’re going to watch it just because Hulk Hogan told us we should.