HomeFighter Talk King Mo Lawal Makes His Debut On TNA Impact Wrestling Bruno October 5, 2012 Fighter Talk 18 Comments Strikeforce castoff King Mo Lawal makes his TNA debut on Impact while being announced as the new enforcer in the Booby Roode and James Storm match at Bound for Glory next Sunday. Tweet Pin It Brad One Punch Pickett MTV Behind The Scenes Video – UFC Tonight Show Video From 10-02-2012 – Dana White One-on-One Part 2 18 Comments jdogg October 5, 2012 Bad, just sooooo bad. Log in to Reply kaution35 October 5, 2012 You know I had to stop and think about a few things after seeing Rampage with Ariel video. I would not be surprise is Rampage does not end up with WWE. He has not said he is wanting out of UFC to go do MMA elsewhere or do movies. He did a guess spot on WWE a while back when pushing the A-Team. And the Japanese do love him and Pride was basically suppose to have the Pro wrestling feel to it in certain aspects. Alot of MMA fighters have done it in the past and Moe is doing it in TNA so I would not be surprised at all to see Rampage in the WWE especially with them truly needing to get back some authenticity to their product. First Brock went back now I can see Rampage. Plus it would be the only platform anywhere that one could see a mega match up take place with Rampage squaring off with Brock cuz size there is not a issue. Log in to Reply hehe October 5, 2012 wha look at this ******* host…I hate him Log in to Reply biutze October 5, 2012 Brock is a loose cannon.. Seems insane to get into a cage with him.. he got kicked off the MN Vikings for picking fights with his teammates.. what will he do when he gets hit a little too hard in wrestling match.. from a previous ufc fighter.. Log in to Reply biutze October 5, 2012 I’d sure like to see that diaz interview Bruno: here you go. http://www.mmatko.com/mma-uncensored-live-show-video-from-10412-with-nick-and-nate-diaz/ Log in to Reply shocktime October 5, 2012 Well its significantly easier on the body and he’s getting more money ain’t he? Can’t say I blame Mo for doing this crap. Log in to Reply newmmfan1 October 5, 2012 didn’t watch the vid but good for King Mo…gettin dat wrasslin monies. Log in to Reply TheKungFuLowKick October 5, 2012 That was bad fake fighting even by pro wrestling standards. Log in to Reply TheKungFuLowKick October 5, 2012 @shocktime Not easier for the body but he’s getting good money. Log in to Reply alwaysright October 5, 2012 @shocktime As somebody who’s done pro wrestling training and some matches in the past, and currently does MMA training, I can tell you for certain that Pro wrestling is harder on the body. Taking continuous bumps over and over again is extremly harsh on yr body, not to mention all the dangerous moves you have to take which can paralise you if it goes wrong. Don’t underestemate it. Its very tough! Log in to Reply greengiant October 5, 2012 dumb stuff there. Log in to Reply DavesNotHereMan October 5, 2012 Easier on the body?? Are you insane? Pro-wrestlers usually die of pain killer addiction for a reason. They don’t get many off days from taking bumps year round. Pro-wrestling is MUCH harder on the body than fighting. Log in to Reply touche October 5, 2012 @shocktime I don’t know if it’s significantly easier on the body. Pro-wrestler destroy their bodies to try and make it look real, they all die young because they get hooked on pain killers. They have to work even when they are injured because the show must go on! That’s the crazy thing about pro-wrestling, back in the old days when people (kids) thought it was real they had slow paced, easy matches with just a few moves, now they hurt themselves for real when everybody knows it’s fake. When you think about it, it makes it the most stupid thing on earth lol But there’s good money so… Log in to Reply Meat Drapes October 5, 2012 This garbage brings out the bottom of the gene pool; it empties trailer parks, meth labs and ghettos to fill cheap seats in second rate arenas. I think I might have watched a little when I was 8 hoping to see a REAL fight only to be disappointed by the constant fake posturing, drama and bad acting. I liked Mo better as a fighter. Log in to Reply shocktime October 5, 2012 Well thanks for clearing that up guys. At least it’s more cash. I just thought cuz you see guys like Hogan, Undertaker, Savage, Flair, etc doing this well over their 50’s how hard can it be, but that’s where the pain killer do wonders I suppose Log in to Reply Powertele October 5, 2012 DId anyone see the guy in the background holding the coke? I am from Tennessee and I know a redneck when I see one. At least they are having a good time and King Mo is making money. I wish I was making that money. Log in to Reply pure_hate October 6, 2012 sad shit Log in to Reply Beast w/ 8 Limbs October 6, 2012 That wasn’t exactly like the Chris Jericho Debut. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.