Eddie Kingston has announced his unexpected departure from the slowly sinking Impact Wrestling organization. This is shortly after Robbie E left the company meaning that two names are now missing from the shrinking roster. Here is Eddie’s announcement on Twitter. I am no longer with @IMPACTWRESTLING and want to thank them for everything. I am … Read more
Impact Wrestling filmed in India last week and according to insider Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter it was a little shady. Reportedly fans were paid 250-400 rupees just for attending the event. The 500 people there were also told who to cheer and who to boo and they even choreographed the wave. WTF Impact? We’ve … Read more
Bobby Lashley won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for the first time Thursday night by pinning reigning champion “Showtime” Eric Young live on Spike TV’s Impact Wrestling. Lashley, a former WWE U.S. Champion, first signed with TNA in 2009 and after a three-year hiatus returned to the promotion at the “Lockdown” Pay-Per-View event earlier this year. … Read more
Following their light heavyweight tournament semifinal wins at Bellator 110 Friday night, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and King Mo Lawal nearly came to blows inside the Bellator cage live on Spike TV. Mo won his bout over Mikhail Zayats via unanimous decision, while Rampage defeated former champ Christian M’Pumbu via first round KO. Rampage and Mo will now meet in the tournament finals later this season.
Bellator Fighting Championships kicked off their Summer Series 2013 in a big way Wednesday night LIVE on Spike TV from the Windstar World Casino in Thackerville, Okla. In the main event Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal silenced the critics with a devastating first round starching of “Kimbo Killa” Seth Petruzelli, who had been taunting and mocking King Mo in the weeks leading up to their light heavyweight tournament semifinal bout.
Former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal made his debut with Impact Wrestling Thursday night on Spike TV.
ProMMAnow.com’s resident old-school MMA guru Dan “The Wolfman” sat down with Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal this past week to talk about his new deal with TNA Impact Wrestling and Bellator Fighting Championships that will allow him to perform as a pro wrestler and compete as a pro MMA fighter simultaneously.