King Mo Wins First Bellator MMA Fight, Advances To Tournament Semi-Finals (Video)



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MMA fighter & TNA Wrestling star King Mo was victorious in his first Bellator MMA fight on Thursday night on Spike TV, which aired after Impact. In the quarter finals of the Bellator Light Heavyweight tournament, Mo defeated Przemyslaw Mysiala via knockout in 3:52 of the first round.

Mo looked rusty early on after being out of the cage for a full year, but found his rhythm and delivered a one-punch knockout Mysiala to advance in the tournament.

During the post-fight interview, Mo said he didn’t have much of a strategy going in and he just wanted to knock the guy out.

Mo will fight Emmanuel Newton next in the semi-finals on February 21st from Salt Lake City, Utah.



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