“I knew I could stand and bang with him [Rampage] but I am not comfortable standing on that canvas. I was slipping and sliding. He was slipping and sliding but he caught me with a couple of good shots. Other than that, he ain’t touch me with nothing. Granted I could have let my hands go a little more but I just felt slippery. I don’t know what it it. I’ve had this problem with Bellator since my first fight. All my fights I’ve slipped. I don’t know what it is, maybe the canvas. I don’t know but I don’t feel comfortable. I think it has something to do with the canvas. When I want to throw punches, I feel like I am sliding or skating. I’ll be slipping and sometime I just go with it. Sometimes if he throws a punch I’ll roll with it because when I plant and come back I don’t feel where I’m going.”
In a recent interview with MMAFighting.com, Bellator 120 headliner, King Mo discussed his fight and why he didn’t throw more punches.