“I’ll put it like this; they call him the psycho, but I’ve got some Lexapro for his ass. It’s my fist and it’s gonna help him get his mind right. I seen him backstage after we had both lost our fights, and he was crying like a little bitch saying, ‘Man, I just gave up. I quit.’ I’m gonna tell you something, I ain’t losing to somebody that just gives up. Straight up, when I heard that shit, I knew it then, he ain’t a real fighter.
I guess he was seeking something out by saying my name. He’s gonna get something come July 31st, and it’s gonna be easy. It’s gonna be an easy ass whooping I’m gonna hand to him. Trust me. This dude was talking about me, and saying shit about me for a while, but when I see him, the motherf*cker looks away. He won’t look at me.
I guess Jacob moved out to Vegas, and three weeks ago Amanda Lucas’ husband, he owns The Syndicate, he came up to me and said, ‘Mo, we have a situation. Jacob Noe joined the team, but we’d like for you to train here still. Maybe Roy, and whoever else is with you, can work out before or after the time that he’s here.’ That was cool.
Then, John Woods came up to me and says [in a very affected voice], ‘Hey homie, we’ve got a little situation here’ you know how them Orange County white boys talk, ‘Hey dude, hey homie, we’ve got a little situation here. My homeboy Jacob Noe just joined the team, so I guess you can’t train here anymore.’
I was like, ‘Okay, cool, because the real owner just told me a different story, but if that’s how you want to play it, cool. I’ll bounce.’ There ain’t no secrets in MMA. A jab is a jab. I’ll even train with the dude. I don’t give a damn. I don’t have a problem training with someone I’m gonna fight. Ain’t no secrets to combat. I’ll still whip his ass. You should interview him, because all you’re going to hear is bitch in his voice. He ain’t shit.”
The incomparable, Steph Daniels of Bloodyelbow.com, got his quote from Bellator light-heavyweight, King Mo, which details a real life grudge match with his next opponent, Jacob Noe.
Noe is coming off a career defining win over Renato ‘Babalu’ Sobral. The win set him up to face King Mo in the Bellator Tournament final.This article appeared first on BJPENN.COM