King Mo recently evened the score with Rampage Jackson when he defeated the fighter by unanimous decision in their rematch at Bellator 175.
Now that the score is even with one win apiece, the victorious Mo would consider facing Rampage just one more time.
“It makes no difference to me,” Lawal said after the event. “If (Jackson) wants to fight me again, man, I’ll fight whoever. That’s what I do. As far as closure, we’re 1-1. I wouldn’t mind doing a third one. But if we fight, hopefully he could fight me at 205. If not, I’ll fight at heavyweight.”
The lone hitch to the potential third fight will be the fact that Rampage is a free agent now.
Rampage made comments before the fight about how being in MMA has affected his family and King Mo can relate to what his rival has said.
“That’s real stuff,” Lawal said. “I haven’t seen my momma in a little while. I’ve got family that I don’t spend enough time with. I have a little brother that’s 17 that I haven’t seen him play basketball much. I’m missing out on a lot because I’m always training, or I’m always booked.”
Mo will now move onto Bellator 180, where he will be taking on UFC veteran Ryan Bader.