This Week in Michigan MMA (Through September 5th, 2010)

Detroit's Joe Louis Fist

Detroit’s Joe Louis Fist Photographed by Jess Bournay (JessBournay.com).

It’s September, and the kids are getting ready to go back to school… celebrate by going to see some MMA in Tawas, or by going back to school yourself and signing up for a seminar with King Mo. If neither of those sound like fun, hit the MMA Expo at the casino downtown on Sunday. cheap nfl jerseys shop Fight Michigan has all the details, so keep reading…


Fri Sep 3, 2010


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7pm – 9pm

King Mo Seminar

Where: Mash Fight Team – 24385 Halsted Rd, Farmington Hills, MI

Description: From the Facebook Event Page:
$40 SEMINAR FEE COME READY TO TRAIN!
KING MO: BIO Lawal made his MMA debut for the Japanese World Victory Road promotion on their Sengoku 5 event. A late replacement for the injured Roger Gracie, Lawal surprised many with his quick TKO victory over veteran Travis Wiuff. He returned to competition just over a month later, securing a TKO victory over Fabio Silva, and was victorious in January 2009 against Yukiya Naito. Lawal defeated the current light heavyweight King of Pancrase Ryo Kawamura at Sengoku on March 2009 even after suffering an ACL Tear in the first round it was Lawal’s only fight so far in his
career to go to decision.

In the mixed martial arts world Lawal goes by the name of King Mo which has made him very popular with the Japanese MMA fans. He got the name King Mo from his friend Kami Barzini who told Lawal, “once you do what you gotta do, you’ll be a king” and the name has stuck ever since.

On August 28, 2009 Lawal made his United States MMA debut and M-1 Global debut at M-1 Global Presents Breakthrough. Lawal’s fight was the main event of the main card where he faced Mark Kerr, instead of the originally planned match up with mixed martial arts legend Don Frye.[6] Lawal quickly scored a takedown and pounded Kerr unconscious, winning the fight (and sending Kerr’s mouthpiece flying across the ring) twenty five Cheap Ray Bans seconds in the first round. Lawal recently became a member of “Team Thirsty” and “Team GDP” with professional fighters Rashad Evans and Daniel Cormier but has since still trained more so with team “Kingdom Of Mayhem” for his more recent fights.


Sat Sep 4, 2010


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Adrenalin Fight League – Fractured 2

Where: Crossroads Bar & Grill – 1202 S. US Highway, Tawas City, MI

Description:Adrenalin Fight League presents ‘FRACTURED 2′ at the Crossroads Bar in Tawas City on Saturday, September 4th. The venue is perfect for some wide-open, rock’em sock’em action! jordans for sale Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Fights Start at 7:00 p.m.


Sun Sep 5, 2010


12pm – 11:30pm

MMA Expo at MGM Detroit

Where: 1777 Third Street, Detroit, MI 48226

Description: MMA Expo Featuring MMA Legend Rashad “Sugar” Evans September 5, 2010
Doors are at noon. All ages are welcome. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com.
Wrestling/Grappling Demonstrations
Autograph Signings

Meet and Greets with:
o MMA Champion Rashad Evans
o “King” Mo Lowal
o Referee Herb Dean
o “The Karate Hottie”
o And Other Special Guests

$15 for adults, and $5 for kids

Weigh in for yourself!