King Mo was recently interviewed by Stephanie Joplin Sports. Here are some highlights.
On when he will start appearing in full pro-wrestling matches: “Well, I’m hoping this year. I’ve been doing this pro-wrestling school in Ohio Valley and people don’t understand how hard pro-wrestling and pro-wrestling school is. One practice would be anywhere between three to five hours getting slammed with hitting the ropes or something like that. The typical guy that’s a pro-wrestler in TNA or the WWE will spend six to ten years at the pro-wrestling school before you make it big. I’m on the accelerated route. I’m in wrestling matches for OVW and I’ll go back and wrestle more matches within the next few weeks.”
Whether TNA or MMA comes first: “Nah, not right now. TNA knows that MMA comes first and they allow me to let that come first. In between camps, and here and there during camp, I’ll go to pro-wrestling school to do a few matches here and there.”
On joining the Main Event Mafia like Rampage: “What! Nah, I’m going to do my own thing. Maybe I’ll tag with Rampage eventually, but I’ll do my own thing.”
Whether he will eventually choose to do just MMA or just pro-wrestling: “My goal is when I’m done fighting to keep on doing pro-wrestling and having fun. After a while, I’d probably pick that.”