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Former Cowboy Muhammed ‘King Mo’ Lawal Returning to Pro Wrestling

King Mo now working for Major League Wrestling

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Former Oklahoma State wrestler and All-American Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal retired from MMA after his final Bellator fight on Nov 9. But it turns out he’ll be just moving from one ring to another.

In his final fight he was sporting a pair of trunks with a Major League Wrestling Logo. The next day he made his debut with the organization. According to Pro Wrestling Insider, Mo and MLW had been in talks for about two months prior to his final MMA fight.

Mo has had past experience in professional wrestling. In 2012 he fought for Bellator while simultaneously wrestling for the TNA Impact Wrestling.

Major League Wrestling has many of their broadcasts on their YouTube page. Another former MMA star Tom Lawlor is also signed to the league along with a number of legacy stars including Brian Pillman Jr., Davey Boy Smith Jr., Fatu, Ross Von Erich, and more.

Mo’s first match for MLW took place on this broadcast on Thanksgiving Day. It starts around 21:00 into the video.

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