On this week’s Majority Draw Radio, hosts Ryan McKinnell and Danny Acosta discuss Shogun Rua’s fall, the packed UFC 180 and Bellator 131 weekend, and a slew of exciting contender announcements from the UFC at 185-pounds and 205-pounds.
“King Mo” Lawal stops by and discusses staying on the Bellator 131 event despite a late opponent switch. The former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ is never known for mincing words. His latest MDR appearance is no exception with Lawal dismissing Bellator’s high-profile 205-pounders. One he’s fought before in “Rampage” Jackson, the other he hasn’t, Tito Ortiz, and he doesn’t expect he will.
“He’s retired,” Lawal told MDR regarding Jackson. “Everyone talks about ‘Rampage,’ actually Quinton, Quinton’s retired. Ya’ll bringing his name up. I don’t know, no one cares…Boy’s like 255-pounds. No one cares.”
On potentially facing the winner of Bellator 131’s main event between Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar, Lawal commented: “I bet you Bonnar will fight me, but I know Tito won’t.”