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So did Rampage Jackson do enough to defeat King Mo at Bellator 120? You decide

So did Rampage Jackson do enough to defeat King Mo at Bellator 120? You decide

I’ve been staring at this article for an hour, just wondering what to write after a unanimous decision that seemed so incredible, you would have thought it went down in the UFC.

From my vantage point (in my underwear on my sofa surrounded by half-eaten hummus containers), it appeared that King Mo defeated Rampage Jackson by neutralizing his game and pinning Page to the mat for most of the fight. People don’t realize how stunning Rampage’s takedown defense is, and Mo bypassed it like a champion.

By most standards, it was a boring fight. It’s hard not to accept that fact. However in all the smothering, nullification, and pinning, did King Mo truly do enough to grab a win over Rampage Jackson? Regardless, it’s not what you think, it’s what they think. ‘They’ being the judges that run the sport of MMA. The bout was ruled unanimously for Rampage Jackson, and your reactions on social media were somewhere in the middle of ‘LOL’ and ‘WTF.’

After the bout Mo decided to drop his opinion on the microphone, which included a few expletives that you need to hear to believe.

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