King Mo has been on a social media roasting campaign, leading up to his fight this month with Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson. We know that Mo is one of the hardest workers in MMA and all of the extracurriculars are just posturing. It seems that Rampage is also working just as hard in the gym as Mo.
“I like entertaining and devastating a guy. That’s the reason why I wanted a rematch with King Mo, because I didn’t finish him.”
As usual, Rampage has Tiki in his corner helping him with his training. He also enlisted the services of Paul ‘Hitman’ Herrera. Herrera is a UFC veteran and grappling coach, but he also specializes in anaerobic workouts. Even though Rampage will be fighting at a heavier weight than he is accustomed to, Herrera is training his body to use that new weight effectively.
“I know I’m going to get punched, kicked, kneed, taken down… Bring it. Getting knocked out don’t hurt. It’s embarrassing getting knocked out, but just don’t check your social media for a couple of months.”
It sounds like Rampage knows exactly what he is getting into against King Mo.
The two fighters will square off at Bellator 175 on March 31.