Rampage Jackson reacts to King Mo’s 15-second KO loss to Ryan Bader

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Former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (37-13 MMA) was more than just a little happy to witness former rival Muhammed Lawal get knocked out by Ryan Bader in just 15-seconds at last night’s Bellator 199 event.

The 39-year-old MMA legend took to his Instagram last night where he posted the following video while taking aim at “King Mo” Lawal.

“My reaction after seeing king Mo getting shat on!” – Quinton “Rampage” Jackson

“Rampage” and “King Mo” have met twice during their time fighting under the Bellator MMA banner.

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Jackson won the pairs first contest via decision at Bellator 120 in May of 2014, but Lawal would equal the score at Bellator 175 when he earned a unanimous decision victory over “Rampage” in their rematch.

After putting together an impressive five-fight win streak, which included knockouts of Joey Beltran and Christian M’Pumbu, Quinton Jackson has dropped his last two fights.

“Rampage” was most recently defeated via decision by Chael Sonnen at January’s Bellator 192 event in Inglewood.

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As for “King Mo”, Lawal has gone 2-3 over his last five fights. Prior to that Muhammed was riding an impressive seven fight win streak that spanned from September of 2014 until January 2016.

Following his quick loss to Ryan Bader at last night Bellator 199 event, “King Mo” announced his intentions of dropping back down to the promotions middleweight division.

With that said, a trilogy bout between Jackson and Lawal is highly unlikely.

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