Luke Rockhold had to withdraw (again) from a proposed Strikeforce title fight against Lorenz Larkin, which drew the ire of "The Monsoon." Rockhold recently assured fight fans he doesn't 'duck' anybody, but he isn't going to fight with one hand.
'King Mo' Muhammed Lawal has moved on from Zuffa to what he believes to be the greener pastures of Bellator Fighting Championships and TNA iMPACT! wrestling. Check out his latest interview where he discusses all the events that led up to this point in his mercurial career!
Strikeforce light heavyweight fighter "King Mo" Muhammed Lawal has seen better days, recently suffering from steroid implications and now a very serious staph infection that was rumored to have been life threatening.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger speaks with Strikeforce prospect Lorenz Larkin about clarifying his position on the King Mo steroid test result, what he could have done better and what his future plans are in this exclusive interview.
Strikeforce light heavyweight Muhammad Lawal aka King Mo told Ariel Helwani that he purchased an over the counter supplement called S-Mass Lean Gainer before testing positive for steroids after a fight.
Strikeforce light heavyweight Lorenz Larkin has decided to take the high road in the Muhammad "King Mo" Lawal steroid controversy. After losing to "King Mo," Larkin says that he lost the fight regardless if the use of steroids were involved.
Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal's manager maintains that he didn't take any anabolic steroids in advance of his fight against Lorenz Larkin at a Strikeforce event on Jan. 7, 2012. They do admit, however, that