King Mo is already getting prepared for his next opponent inside the Bellator cage. He’s competing against Jacob Noe in the Bellator light heavyweight summer series tournament finale and you could say that he’s not too fond of his opponent:
“He looked like some trash to me. I wasn’t impressed at all. Babalu should have beaten him. His (Noe) takedown defense is trash, and I hope he tries that against me, because if he uses that trash, he’ll get taken down with ease. That shit was garbage. He’s a bitch. Jacob Noe is a bitch. He’s a f*cking bitch Babalu should have beaten him. It was tied up 1-1, and Jacob was complaining about low blows. One was low, but the other one wasn’t even low. Babalu hit him in his soft-ass stomach. He gonna try and complain about getting hit low to take a breather and shit. That’s all it was. Dude got tired because Babalu touched him up to the body, and hit him with the fast jab. He didn’t have no answer for it, then he got hit in the stomach, and tried to claim it was low.”
Trash talk is all apart of the game when it comes to mixed martial arts. Will King Mo’s gift of gab help Bellator with their ratings? Since moving to Friday nights and not having Impact Wrestling on the same primetime slot, they have lost significant viewership.
Hopefully, this can add more eyes to tv screens and help Bellator in their quest to become big time players in mixed martial arts.