Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson is now just one win away from securing his second 205-pound title, this time under the Bellator banner, when he goes head-to-head against reigning division champion Emanuel Newton later this year.
You can thank the Bellator 120 judges for that.
Jackson took home a controversial unanimous decision win over Muhammed Lawal in the "Rampage vs. King Mo" pay-per-view (PPV) main event, which took place last Saturday night (May 17, 2014) inside Landers Center in Southaven, Mississippi.
For our post-fight recap click here.
As you can see in the embedded video player above, this fight was essentially a game of cat and mouse. "King Mo" would land takedowns, then get on his bicycle when "Rampage" got back to his feet, in hopes of avoiding any significant damage in the stand up.
The strategy worked, but he lost anyway.
For complete Bellator 120: "Rampage vs. King Mo" results, including play-by-play coverage of the entire PPV main card, check out our live results thread right here.