With everything going going on in MMA we seem to forget the little things like — waking up to a roach inside your bag of Peach Rings that you left on the kitchen counter the night before. When you have to share your food with an insect that can withstand the blast of an atomic bomb, it’s a definite honor. Such an honor that I decided to give the roach the entire bag of Peach Rings as a sign of respect for its post-apocalyptic survival skills. It’s the least I can do.
Whenever you see King Mo, you’re guaranteed to have a coordinated dance number performed by a group of insanely hot chicks. I wish I could say the same for myself. Usually whenever you see me, you’re guaranteed to also see a pair of worn Adidas and jeans that haven’t been washed since Halloween. If you were to see a group of chicks in hot pants surrounding me — it’s probably not me. You have the wrong guy, sorry. If I were to find myself in a scenario that involved a group of scantily clad dancers surrounding me, I would be under the suspicion that one or all of those dancers know kung-fu, is proficient with a set of nunchucks and that I probably owe Dolemite money and this is his way to collect it.
Now with King Mo’s future locked into Impact Wrestling and Bellator, the chance of the MMA world seeing a dream Jon Jones vs. King Mo match-up is bleak. Bummer, for us — although it doesn’t bother King Mo that much. Check out what he said in this UltMMA interview regarding his debut in professional wrestling on Impact Wrestling and his future with Bellator.