Video: Rampage Jackson shoves King Mo Lawal at Bellator 120 weigh ins

Beware of flying umbrellas!

Bellator season 10 light heavyweight finalists Quinton Jackson and Muhammed Lawal had a memorable staredown at the Bellator 120 weigh in event earlier today (May 16, 2014), thanks to a two-handed shove from "Rampage" that put "King Mo" on his heels.

See the complete Bellator 120 weigh in results here.

While it wasn't as chaotic as this melee, it was an interesting way to cap off the festivities inside the Landers Center in Southaven, Mississippi, the same venue that hosts the Bellator 120: "Rampage vs. Mo" pay-per-view (PPV) event tomorrow night (Sat., May 17) just outside of Jackson's home base of Memphis, Tennessee.

These two have a history dating back to their infamous van ride in 2009, which was moderated by then-Strikeforce prospect Bobby Lashley (watch it). They later squashed their beef, but renewed their rivalry after Jackson signed with Bellator MMA.

To find out who gets the last laugh in tomorrow night's headliner be sure to check out our Bellator 120 results and LIVE play-by-play thread right here.

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